LeBron James NBA MVP 2011? Making a Case for His Third NBA MVP Award Candidacy

April 5th, 2011 by John Friel Leave a reply »
The time to fill out your resume is coming to a close.

If an NBA player wants to receive some extra consideration for the MVP award that is set to be awarded soon, they need to begin making their case now.

To be honest though, the race to the MVP award appears to be a three man race at best, with one player receiving enough media hype that even Lindsay Lohan would be jealous.

Even in a league where maybe six players could receive the award, and there would be no right to complain, it seems that the field has been whittled down to three.

Those three for now seem to be the Orlando Magic's Dwight Howard, the Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose and the Miami Heat's LeBron James.

Even though his teammate Dwyane Wade or the Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant or even the Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki are just as deserving as any of those three players, those three are at the head of the class strictly for their ability to lead their team as some of the best in the league.

Dwight has the disadvantage of his team being only 48-29 and currently holding the fourth seed, compared to that of James' Heat, who hold the second seed, an ...

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