A long time coming for the man KD,
Now he can finally be called MVP.
An emotional presser, thanking the team,
Glistening on his cheeks, the tears they streamed.
Russ, Serge Ibaka, even
Evans Clinchy talks about the MVP race, and how fans are getting to witness one of the best competitions in NBA history.
The NBA Playoffs start in one day (!!!!!!!!) so each day until then we’ll be taking a look at some of the most important storylines leading up to the best two months of the year.
End of the Season
10: Goran Dragic- 20.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 1.3 steals, 51% FG, 42% 3PT, 76% FT
Maybe it’s fitting that the fairytale run that the Phoenix Suns are on this season is being spearheaded
Before I dive right into this countdown, there is something that absolutely needs to be noted: For the most part, the MVP has been a two-man race between Kevin Durant and LeBron James for the majority
MVP! MIP! ROY! COY! EOY! DPOY! 6MOY! To the ballots that exist inside our minds and hearts, if not in eyes of the league offices -- which, you'll agree, is an oversight on their part.
Reports have begun to circulate that LeBron James (to no one’s surprise) will be the winner of this year’s MVP award. After the regular season ended, we asked our writers to make their picks for MVP.
I join Thunderous Intentions editor Andrew Kennedy on Fansided's NBA Podcast to discuss the Thunder's late game offense, the league's best crunch time player, and my choices for regular season awards.
I know it may seem a little early for this, but with the season winding down and the trade deadline behind us, I couldn’t think of a better time to do this. That’s right, it’s time to breakdown the MVP candidates for the 2010-2011 NBA regular season!
At this point of the season, the cream rises to the top, and the list of candidates becomes surprisingly thin. So who are these players? I’ve narrowed my list down to three. I cannot realistically see anyone besides these three players winning the MVP. It may shock you to learn, that all three candidates come from the same conference, and that all three play different positions. While I am leaning towards one guy on this list more than the others, websites such as ESPN seem to disagree. So, without further ado, here are the three MVP candidates.
One more thing, you might need to keep THIS page handy, if you aren’t too clear on advanced stats, such as PER, Wins Shares and other advanced stats. Just scroll through that page if you are ever confused on what a stat means. Continue Reading