christianmordi
2 years ago100+ Views
The true meaning of "MVP" and bullet points for who should receive the award has changed from year to year.
It seems as if the players are as confused as the press on this notion. Finally, LeBron James spoke up in regards to the true meaning of the award.
"I think sometimes the word 'valuable' or best player of the year, you can have different results," said James, a four-time MVP. "You know, that's not taking anything from anyone that's ever won the award."

What does "MVP" mean to you? The best player in the league, or the most valuable player to his teams success?

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I like to think it's a mix of both
2 years ago·Reply
I thought of MVP as the best player in the league....but after LeBron and other reporters have mentioned it, I'm leaning towards player who is most valuable to team's success.
2 years ago·Reply
Curry might have been the best player in the league...but the Warriors are still strong without Curry.
2 years ago·Reply
Well I would have to say Curry deserves it most because he really led the Warriors team to a 73-win season. Yes the Warriors are def a strong team with or without Curry but he is one of those players that can turn the game around and thanks to Curry, I think we were able to add at least 3~5 wins
2 years ago·Reply
LeBron needs to shut his mouth
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