There's so much talk this season about who should win the NBA's MVP award.
  • Russell Westbrook's had a wonderful season -- averaging a triple double -- but his team stinks.
  • James Harden has changed his game and become an amazing all-around player and teammate, and his team is better then they were last season because of the changes he's made to his game.
  • Kawhi Leonard has taken his game to the next level just like his head coach said he could and would.  All three are worthy to be mentioned when talking about the MVP race.  Maybe even a few more could be mentioned. 

Sports fans, please don't fool yourself.

There's only one MVP, and dude proved it again against the Indiana Pacers recently.

Check out the Angry White Dude's take on it over at The Daily Player.

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