THC 2010 NBA MVP Rankings

April 22nd, 2010 by Thom Cunningham Leave a reply »
This list ranks the most deserving players for the NBA's 2010 MVP award.


1) Lebron James - SF/Cleveland Cavaliers

Stats: 29.7 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 8.6 apg, 125 steals, 77 blocks, 31 Dbl-Dbl

It annoys me when people say that the media makes the MVP award Lebron's to lose every year.

Honestly, Lebron made the MVP award Lebron's to lose. Even if he won it the next four years, would that really be wrong? 

It's not ridiculous that Lebron could win four or five straight MVP awards. It would be ridiculous if Lebron didn't win more than one or two MVP awards, if you ask me.


2) Kevin Durant - SF/Oklahoma City Thunder

Stats: 30.1 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 112 steals, 84 blocks, 25 Dbl-Dbl

Yes, he did lead the NBA in points and points per game.  Yes, he did help lead a sub-par team to the playoffs, and yes he is one of the best leaders in the game. Kevin Durant's best qualities are in his scoring ability.

He needs to add more weapons to his arsenal (other than scoring) in order to be a legitimate MVP award winner in my mind ...

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