2010-2011 NBA Predictions: LeBron James Unchallenged for the MVP Award?

October 5th, 2010 by Andrew Bailey Leave a reply »
Have you heard?  LeBron James no longer plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers.  He "took his talents to South Beach" to play with Dwyane Wade and a power forward from Toronto named Chris Bosh.  This story was kind of under the radar, so I thought I'd fill you all in before proceeding with this article. 

Got it? Good.

Kidding aside, this move by LeBron James was the most publicized relocation of a player in NBA history. 

Only one other reigning MVP changed teams during the offseason: Moses Malone did so in the early '80s when he went from Houston to Philadelphia.  He then won the MVP as a '76er and became the only player in history to win the award in back-to-back seasons as a member of two different teams.

Will LeBron James become the second player to achieve this feat?  At present, he appears to be the front-runner for the 2010-2011 honor and should indeed follow in Malone's footsteps. 

LeBron has won the award in each of the last two seasons on the merits of his stellar all-around individual statistics, and the high win totals of his team.  He shouldn't have a problem maintain ...

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