The NBA MVP rankings see a shakeup this week as the All-Star break approaches, and there are two new entrants inside the top 10. One incredibly prolific club has two members listed, both Los Angeles teams are represented and there will be many hoop heads thrilled to read that there is some international talent making an appearance. There has been some awfully impressive basketball played on a consistent basis this season despite the lengthy lockout, and things will only heat up in the MVP race as we enter the second leg of the 2011-12 campaign.
Miami Heat star LeBron James and Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant are in as close of a battle for the NBA’s MVP award that we’ ve seen in sometime. While every other player and coach in the NBA has their eyes set on the posts... Read Post
This season, Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan on the NBA's all-time scoring list. While both Kevin Durant and LeBron James still have their youth, if they stay healthy, the milestone to pass Bryant would be within reach. With James... Read Post