With the NBA season now coming to the business end of the season where the franchises will be fighting to ensure that their teams make it into the playoffs. If franchises are wanting to get into the playoffs, they will have to ensure that their star players are firing on all cylinders as it is now when we are starting to find out whether players deserve to be in contention for the NBA MVP award come the end of the season.
Heavy favourite to lift the MVP title this season is a surprise package as he was no way near the contention for the title come the beginning of the season but Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nugget finds himself favourite for the MVP title priced at 8/11. Jokic has become one of the most skilled big players on the circuit right now and he’s nearly averaging a triple-double for the whole of this season which is certainly astonishing numbers for the NBA and is clearly explaining why he is heavy favourite for the award this season. Denver have been on a serious surge due to the performances of Jokic and we do believe he will take home the award.
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Lebron James is always in contention for the MVP award in the NBA as he is trying to claim the greatest of all time status by claiming another MVP title. Although, Lebron might slightly be out of the running this year having been priced at 9/1, you certainly cannot count of Bron due to the performances that we know he brings in the playoffs. Unfortunately, James has been injured for some of the season this year with a high-ankle sprain which isn’t going to help his cause to be crowned the MVP.
And finally, the last player in which we believe is in contention for the NBA MVP title this season is that of James Harden who has been rather impressive again form for the Brooklyn Nets having transferred from the Houston Rockets in the draft. Harden is averaging 25.4 points, 8.4 rebounds and 11.0 assists this year but has also just picked up a hamstring injury which might hamper his title winning surge.
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