So, who is the MVP this season? Apparently it's a pretty wide-open race between at least five candidates, and possibly more. For instance, I was watching a Knicks game last week, and the announcers decided amongst themselves that Carmelo Anthony should be in the MVP conversation. As ESPN was promoting an upcoming Spurs game in a promo that ran Friday night, they heralded Tony Parker (prior to news that he'll be on the shelf for four weeks) as, MVP candidate Tony Parker. In a similar spot over the weekend, the Worldwide Leader promoted Sunday night's Clippers/Thunder matchup by stating that Chris Paul is having an MVP season.
This needs to stop.
To take it a step further, I'm sure there are plenty of people in Los Angeles who would make a case that Kobe Bryant is having an MVP-caliber season, and I'm sure by the end of the season, I'll hear someone on TV say that James Harden is a dark h You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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