The NBA season is very long ago, and the NBA season feels so far off. All of the key free agents are signed, Summer League is in the books, and all we’ve got today is fantasies of matches to come and the NBA schedule release.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t speak about the MVP race of next season. This season was a win for James Harden, but the race between Russell and Harden Westbrook of 2017 was an all-timer, and next year’s race looks wide open.
What exactly does it take to win NBA MVP? Three enormous criteria stand out:
He’s got to score a lot. MVPs are nearly always in the thick of their race that is scoring, although basketball is more than simply scoring.
He must win a good deal. NBA MVPs since 1990 average 63 wins, and they just about always play for a seed. We often get it wrong As soon as MVPs are picked by us from groups. MVPs has to be winners.
He has to have a narrative that is winning.
That final point is most significant of all. The NBA MVP finally tells the story of the season, and voters need to buy in that story. Was something overcome by a candidate? Did he surprise everybody? Can he prove he’s actually”valuable,” whatever that means?
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