NBA MVP Winner: Do the Numbers Lie?

May 30th, 2010 by Gregory Calvaire Leave a reply »

The regular season MVP award has lost its luster, due to disappointing play by MVP recipients.
By. Gregory Calvaire

The NBA season is a grueling 82 game odyssey in which fans, players, coaches, GMs and owners battle night after night in an epic journey to find their teams identity. All while along the way to competing for an NBA championship banner and the precious Larry O’Brien trophy. 

On the road to winning a ring, special players grab the reigns of their teams and will them into chains of victories, placing them amongst the top tier of the league’s standings despite their roster, injuries, difficulty of schedule, or inexperience.

These heralded players become candidates for the Bill Russell MVP award, which is significantly more meaningful than a mere congratulation. 

The MVP award is an honor that places your name amongst the best players to ever play this game and is also a mandated quota of success, which is therefore bestowe ...

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