LeBron James isn’t ready to give up the title of the game’s best player, and few if any careful observers would be willing to take it from him just yet. But the MVP award is different, in that it’s based solely on a single season’s body of work, and it’s largely subjective. It would be easy (though perhaps lazy) to cast a first place vote for LeBron once again, considering he’s won the award in four out of the last five seasons. But even James himself seems to be at peace with the fact that Kevin Durant may have had a season more worthy of that historic level of recognition.
LeBron all but concedes, says ‘it would be great’ if Kevin Durant won MVP
Pro Basketball Talk | Apr 10