Kevin Durant: The NBA’s Real MVP

February 26th, 2010 by Curtis Finchum Leave a reply »
When was the last time you knew of a player who scored 25+ points in more than 20 games in a row? Allen Iverson back in 2000-2001 ring any bells? 

Welcome to the NBA, home of the best basketball players in the world. But you have two different levels in the league...role players and superstars. There is only an elite few who are truly considered superstars. 

Guys like Dwayne Wade, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwight Howard, Joe Johnson, and Steve Nash, just to name a few. But there is one some people don't always consider. 

Oklahoma City's young gun, Kevin Durant. Durant is the unquestioned leader of the league's youngest NBA team, a team who nobody at the beginning of the season had predicted would be anywhere near the playoffs.

Durant and his trust worthy sidekicks Russell Westbrook and Jeff Green have different plans than those who predicted how their season would go.

If the season ended today, the Thunder would be in sixth place in the western conference, which would send them to the postseason. This is a miraculous feet for such a young team, yet it's easy to see why they are so fearless.

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