MVP Is Spelled K-D-Trey-Five
LeBron James is unquestionably the NBA’s most talented and dominating player, overall. However, with four MVP’s on his home mantle, King James focus is on that hand-warn hardware. Scoring titles and individual trophies boost the G.O.A.T. talk for sure, but he’s been on cruise mode most of the season.
This leaves room for arguably the second-best player in the game to stake his claim as this season’s most dominating presence. Kevin Durant has been on a historic scoring binge. With Russell Westbrook still sidelined, Durant’s had to shoulder even more offensive responsibilities for Oklahoma City. A fourth straight scoring title seems inevitable, but if he keeps killing like he has been, KD’s going to be the first MVP not named LeBron since 2011.