This Man Prevented LeBron’s Unanimous MVP Award (And Here’s Why) [Video]


| May 6, 2013 - 4:44 pm

LeBron fell short of an unprecedented unanimous vote for the league’s Most Valuable Player, as the voting, which was announced on Sunday, revealed the Miami Heat baller scored 120 of 121 possible first-place MVP. The discending vote came from The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn, who favored New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony. ESPN sat down with the journalist to crack the code behind his questionable reasoning.