ardee wrote:I feel this is Durant's to lose. He's looking like a rich man's Larry Bird at times.
'Melo has been great, but I just feel his game is not as complete as KD's. Not to mention Durant's team is better in a better conference. Has to make a difference.
LeBron is still the best player, but he seems to be coasting at times. He'll probably still have a typical 27-8-7 season but to win his 4th MVP in 5 years he'll need to do something mind-blowing enough to not make the voters feel like it's a rut. Yeah, unless he comes very close to the scoring title or a triple-double average or the Heat are SO far ahead of the rest of the league (looking unlikely) it's going to be hard for him,
for real what do you want from him? something like 30/10/9 and 65 wins, if your answer is yes, you are insane, if lebron put this numbers he will be untouchable GOAT