This season has been an amazing one to say the least for the Oklahoma City Thunder as they have gone from arguably one of the worst teams in the league to playoff team.
There is no doubting that right now the Cleveland Cavaliers are by far the favorite to come out of the Eastern conference and represent the East in the NBA finals. No team in the East has a player like LeBron James who can just take over again whenever he feels he needs to.
Every single season in our heated debates on which player is the NBA MVP was the league’s best all around player. Usually the same names seem to pop up like Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat and the Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James.
No matter how many people doubted Kevin Durant this season, the young kid out of Texas University has quickly become the most dynamic scorer in the league and looks like a lock for the NBA scoring title.
At the halfway point in every NBA regular season, the MVP talk starts the heat up as all the legitimate candidates for the NBA award start to narrow down to a small few.
James may pick-up his second MVP award this season. He led the Cavaliers to a thirteen game winning streak before losing a close game to fellow 2003 draftee Carmelo Anthony.