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  1. Andrew says:

    A good topic to discuss is the changing the selection process for Regular Season MVP.
    Eastern Conference MVP – Best Player on Eastern Team with Best Regular Season Record
    Western Conference MVP – Best Player on Western Team with Best Regular Season Record

    Now that’s a Race To The MVP that can get going from the Game # 1 all the way to Game # 82.

    Here is an example of why the current system means nothing:
    Why is Russel Westbrook being considered to be in the Race to MVP when he did not “save” his team when Durant was out at the beginning of the season. Anyone seems to be able to enter The Race to The MVP by putting on a series of high scoring games; that’s not MVP; since that’s not how you win a Championship, then that’s not a criteria to be considered an MVP.


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