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LeBron James Receives Zero Votes For MVP In Latest NBA GM Survey

LeBron James Receives Zero Votes For MVP In Latest NBA GM Survey

LeBron James, despite being close to 37 years of age, is still one of the best players in the league. James has consistently played at the highest level since he entered the league and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

James takes great care of his body and has famously invested $1 million each year in ensuring that his body is in the best condition it can possibly be. But despite this, he has been struggling with the battle against father time.

James won an NBA championship with the Lakers last year, at age 35. But fans and analysts are still skeptical about the potential he has to have a good season and even win the MVP next season. But it's not just them. Even people in the NBA aren't sure, as a recent survey of NBA GMs showed.

The NBA recently conducted a survey with the GMs of each NBA franchise, asking them multiple questions. Among the questions was who would win MVP next season. Kevin Durant, Luka Doncic, and Giannis Antetokounmpo got the most votes, along with Joel Embiid, Steph Curry, and James Harden.

But curiously, LeBron James wasn't on this list. In fact, James didn't receive a single vote for potentially winning MVP this season. This is probably based on his recent injury history and his injury history.

Since LeBron James has joined the Lakers, he has suffered two major injuries that kept him out for a significant period of time. These are the only major injuries of LeBron's career, as he has been one of the most durable superstars in the history of the league, and found great success because of it.

LeBron will probably use this news as fuel for next season. James often thrives when he feels people are doubting or underestimating him. He will enter the new season with a chip on his shoulder, hoping to prove people wrong.