League MVP: LeBron James to Be Awarded Second Consecutive MVP Award

April 30th, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
It's so much sweeter the second time around.

That's the tune that reigning NBA MVP LeBron James will be singing when the NBA makes its official announcement this weekend.

LeBron will join an exclusive club as the 10th player in NBA history to win the MVP award for the second time.

According to the Associated Press, James' averages of 29.7 points, 8.6 assists, and 7.3 rebounds per game were enough to keep the MVP trophy in the house that King James built for another season.

There have been constant debates on whether third year pro Kevin Durant could dethrone the King from his MVP award, but the best player in the league playing on the best team in the league has its perks.

James' shooting improvement from the floor, his continued offensive dominance, and his amazing chase-down blocks were just three more reasons that the King secured the NBA MVP for a second season.

The only question left to ask is: Can he join the likes of Bird, Russell, and Chamberlain and make it a three-peat?

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