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NBA MVPs With The Most And Fewest Points Per Game Since 2000

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NBA MVPs With The Most And Fewest Points Per Game Since 2000

The debate about the MVP in the NBA community is one that will live on for eternity. There are always the people that will go back and over-analyze every MVP race to either try to discredit the winner or stake their claim for someone more deserving of the award. It is just the way things have gone as far back as I can remember when it comes to the MVP award. Production and a player’s numbers aren’t the only things that are factored into an MVP. How successful was your team on this MVP run? Were you the engine that made that team go? Did your play lead to winning basketball? What exactly was your impact on the success of the team?

Today, we will take a look at every MVP award winner, from Shaquille O’Neal in 2000 up to this past year’s winner in Nikola Jokic. We will rank each player based on their PPG in their MVP season. Not only will we take a look at their scoring, but we will also take a look at the MVP race from that year as a whole and determine if their high or low PPG warranted an MVP selection. The fact is, scoring is only one part of the game, but it is the most important part in many ways.

Let us take a look at the most and least PPG by an MVP since 2000.


23. Steve Nash - 15.5 PPG (2004-05 MVP Season)

Steve Nash

Steve Nash is usually the first name to come up in the discussion about who deserved their MVP award or not. With his 15.5 PPG in 2004-05, Nash is the lowest scoring MVP since 2000. Steve Nash was never known for his scoring. He was one of the best floor generals in the league who led one of the most potent offenses ever put together. The 2004-05 Suns were built so that Nash could focus on the thing he did best, facilitate and allow easy opportunities for his teammates to score.

Steve Nash was the best facilitator in the league in the 2004-05 season, leading the league in assists with 11.5 APG. On offense, the game and pace were controlled by Nash. The scoring was left to guys like Amar’e Stoudemire, who averaged 26.0 PPG in 2004-05, and Shawn Marion, who averaged 19.4 PPG and 11.3 RPG. The Suns also had other secondary scorers like Joe Johnson and Quentin Richardson. The formula in Mike D’Antoni’s offense clearly worked for Phoenix as Nash, and the Suns finished with a 62-20 record that season. We also tend to forget how efficient Nash was shooting the ball, and in 2004-05, it was no different. He narrowly missed the 50/40/90 club that season, shooting 50.2% from the field, 43.1% from three, and 88.7% from the foul line.


22. Steve Nash - 18.8 PPG (2005-06 Season)

Steve Nash

Steve Nash not only has the lowest scoring MVP season since 2000, but he also has the second-lowest as well. In the 2005-06 season, Steve Nash averaged 18.8 PPG and did it on all-time great efficiency, joining the 50/40/90 club. He played 79 games that season and led the league in both free throw percentage and assists once again with 10.5 APG. He scored more than the previous season but played his role as a facilitator at an elite level as well.

His No. 1 option, Amar’e Stoudemire, played just 3 games in 2005-06, leaving Nash to navigate the waters and try to lead the Suns back to the playoffs. He did just that as the Suns would win 54 games and take the Pacific division for the second year in a row. Nash evenly distributed the ball to his remaining offensive weapons like Shawn Marion, who averaged a career-high 21.4 PPG. Other guys benefited from Nash’s distribution as well, like Leandro Barbosa, Raja Bell, and Boris Diaw, who all became double-digit scorers alongside Nash. The bottom line is that when you dive a bit deeper into things, Nash deserved both of his MVP awards. 


21. Tim Duncan - 23.9 PPG (2002-03 MVP Season)

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan is the greatest power forward to ever play the game, so his presence on this list will be prevalent and often. You might not have expected his PPG for an MVP season to be so low, but there are a few reasons for it. First, Duncan’s game was not all about scoring. He is one of the best two-way bigs to ever play, so his defense earned him a lot of awards as well. Second, the Spurs won 60 games that season, automatically putting Duncan as San Antonio’s best player in the running for MVP.

The Spurs didn’t need a standout scorer to be successful. While Duncan led the team in scoring, they also had 6-7 other guys who played their role at an elite level to bring success. Tony Parker pushed the pace, Manu Ginobili was one of the best players in the league off of the bench, and Gregg Popovich ran the show as one of the greatest coaches ever. Duncan’s Finals stats for the 2002-03 season were 23.9 PPG, 12.9 RPG, and 2.9 BPG. His scoring ranked 7th in the NBA, his rebounding ranked 3rd, and his blocks ranked 3rd as well. It is safe to say that his scoring was great, but his all-around dominance and the Spurs 60 wins made him the MVP.


20. Stephen Curry - 23.8 PPG (2014-15 MVP Season)

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The first of two Stephen Curry MVPs came in 2014-15 when he and the Golden State Warriors had their coming out party. The season saw new heights for Curry and the Warriors franchise as they set the franchise record for wins in a season with 67. Curry also became just the 2nd Warriors player in history to capture the award joining Wilt Chamberlain. His 23.8 PPG ranked 6th in the NBA, his 7.7 APG ranked 6th, and his 2.0 SPG ranked 4th. It didn’t stop there as the greatest shooter of all time nailed 286 3-pointers that season at the 3rd highest rate in the NBA at 44.3%.   

Curry received 100 out of a possible 130 first-place votes for MVP that season and deservedly so. His teammate Klay Thompson finished right behind him with 21.7 PPG and only 3 other players averaged over 10.0 PPG for Golden State that year. He was undoubtedly their leader and the go-to guy, as he has been ever since. When you lead your team to 67 wins and shoot the ball the way Curry did that year, there should be no doubt who the MVP is going to be.


19. Kevin Garnett - 24.2 PPG (2003-04 MVP Season)

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett’s MVP season was a historic one in a variety of ways. He became the first and only player in Timberwolves history to secure the award. Garnett did it all for the Wolves in 2004 as the team’s leading scorer, rebounder, shot-blocker, and sometimes passer. Garnett recorded 71 double-doubles in 2004, the most the NBA had seen since Hakeem Olajuwon in 1994. He also broke 11 different Minnesota franchise records and led the league in total points and rebounds. 

Garnett ran away with MVP along with an All-NBA First Team selection and All-Defensive Team Selection. He recorded 67 games of 20 points or more and 12 games of 30 points or more. He also had himself 6 games in which he scored at least 20 points and grabbed at least 20 rebounds. It was a dominant season for Garnett as he led the league in rebounds for the first of 4 straight seasons. Garnett led the Timberwolves to 58 wins with only 3 other players averaging double-digits in PPG. Even with the “low” PPG, Garnett’s dominance in every facet of the game made him the easy choice for MVP.


18. Dirk Nowitzki - 24.6 PPG (2006-07 MVP Season)

Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki’s incredible 2007 season felt like it was going to make up for the championship collapse from the year before. One season after the Dallas Mavericks fell in the NBA Finals to the Miami Heat, Dirk exploded for an MVP season of 24.6 PPG and 8.9 RPG on 50.2% shooting overall and 41.6% from three. He led the Mavericks to the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference with a 67-15 record by season’s end. Unfortunately for Dirk and Dallas fans everywhere, they would be upset by the No. 8 seed Golden State Warriors in the first round of the playoffs. That shouldn’t deter us from celebrating Nowitzki’s monstrous output for the year.

Nowitzki won 83 out of a possible 129 first-place votes to win the MVP award. Dirk beat out a total of 9 superstars and 8 future Hall of Famers to claim his one and only MVP, including Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, and Tim Duncan. He became the first European-born player to win the award. His 24.6 PPG was 11th in the league, driving home the point once again that you don’t have to be a scoring champion to be the most valuable player in the league.


17. Derrick Rose - 25.0 PPG (2011 MVP Season)

Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose is also one of the players whose MVP season is scrutinized for the “less sexy” statistics that he ended up with on the year. In the 2010-11 season, Rose averaged 25.0 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 7.7 APG, and 1.0 SPG. He led the Bulls to a 62-20 record and the best record in the Eastern Conference. He also accomplished this with starters Joakim Noah missing 34 games and Carlos Boozer missing 23 games. Rose was crowned the youngest MVP in history for his efforts and only the 2nd member of the Chicago Bulls to win it besides Michael Jordan.

In the 2011 season, Rose became the 5th player in NBA history to record 2,000 points, 600 assists, and 300 rebounds in the same season. Rose’s award comes into question sometimes because of his rather pedestrian advanced numbers such as his 10th place in win shares and 9th in player efficiency rating. He was the right choice for MVP either way. Sure, there were arguments for Dwight Howard or LeBron James to claim the award. Rose leading the Bulls the way he did and at the age he was, is spectacular and just stood out above the rest. He also brought the roof down in the crowd when he would take the ball to the basket and hit an acrobatic layup or highlight reel dunk. The excitement he brought to the league and the success he garnered made him a true MVP.


16. Tim Duncan - 25.5 PPG (2001-2002 MVP Season)

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan finds himself back on the list for his first of back-to-back MVP awards in 2001-02. Tim Duncan’s 25.5 PPG only tells a small part of the story when it comes to his 2002 season. However, he scored with great efficiency at 50.8% shooting on the year which ranked 10th in the NBA overall and 3rd among power forwards. He was also the most dominant interior defender that season and averaged 2.5 BPG, the 3rd most in the league.

Duncan led the NBA in field goals made, free throws made, and total rebounds during the 2001-02 season while playing all 82 games at over 40.0 minutes per night. His numbers may have not shattered any records, but his season was nearly as perfect as it could get. The Spurs finished with a 58-24 record overall, good enough for the 2nd best record in the NBA. Duncan was voted both All-NBA First Team and All-Defensive First Team on the season and led the NBA with 67 double-doubles.


15. Nikola Jokic - 26.4 PPG (2020-21 MVP Season)

Nikola Jokic

For the past two seasons, Nikola Jokic has established himself as the best center in basketball with back-to-back MVP seasons. Much like most of the players on this list, Jokic had a tremendous scoring season by his standards. He set a career-high in PPG with 26.4 PPG and at the time, shot a career-high 56.6% from the field. He was a force at the rim, finishing 75.3% of his shots from 0-3 feet while also knocking down 57.2% of his 3-10 foot shots.

Jokic ranked 12th in the NBA with his 26.4 PPG and was 9th in rebounds at 10.8 RPG. Where Jokic really stood out was with his playmaking as he ranked 6th in the entire NBA with 8.3 APG, which was by far the most assists from a center in the league. Jokic led the Nuggets to the 3rd seed in the Western Conference with a 47-25 record. The team could have folded when Jamal Murray tore his ACL 48 games into the season, but the MVP made sure they fought the rest of the way.


14. LeBron James - 26.8 PPG (2012-13 MVP Season)

LeBron James

The 2012-13 version of LeBron James has a case to be the best version we have ever seen out of the generational player. Not only was LeBron James named the MVP, but he nearly was named the Defensive Player of the Year as well finishing runner-up to Marc Gasol. The 2013 season saw LeBron post 26.8 PPG on an astounding 56.5% shooting from the field and 40.6% from three-point range. He attacked the rim like a man possessed, finishing 77..6% of his close attempts. He also shot efficiently everywhere else on the floor, shooting over 40.0% from every other range.

LeBron’s MVP win wasn’t based on solely his offense that saw him dish out 7.3 APG on top of his relentless scoring. LeBron was at the very best we have ever seen him as a defender. He challenged every player at every position from the point guard down to the center. He was the maestro of the Miami Heat defense as a vocal leader. He was one of the best weak side defenders in basketball and among the best at baiting the opposition into simple mistakes and errant passes. The Heat won 66 games and captured the NBA’s best record. At the end of the season, thanks to the MVP, the Miami Heat were crowned NBA champions for the 2nd straight year.


13. Nikola Jokic - 27.1 PPG (2021-22 MVP Season)

Nikola Jokic

When we begin to reach the territory of 27 PPG, is when a player’s scoring has more to do with them winning MVP along with the many other reasons they do. Nikola Jokic’s two MVP seasons may not be separated by much on our list here today, but he was a far better player than just a year before. Jokic and the Denver Nuggets would head into the season without Jamal Murray for the entirety of it once again. They would also lose Michael Porter Jr. after just 9 games in 2021-22 due to back issues. Enter the MVP.

Jokic stepped up in the biggest way possible with a career-high in points with 27.1 PPG and a career-high in rebounds with 13.8 RPG. He also shot a career-high from the field at 58.3% shooting. He improved his scoring from everywhere on the court including taking many more shots from the mid-range and knocking them down at 60.6%. Jokic’s incredible year led the Nuggets' 48-34 record which gave them the No. 6 seed in the Western Conference. Nikola Jokic made the Denver Nuggets a playoff team without their 2nd and 3rd best players lost to injury. If that isn’t the MVP, then I don’t know what is.


12. LeBron James - 27.1 PPG (2011-12 MVP Season)

LeBron James

One year after a historic meltdown in the 2011 NBA Finals to the Dallas Mavericks, LeBron James returned as a man on a mission in 2011-12. LeBron averaged 27.1 PPG, 7.9 RPG, 6.2 APG, and 1.9 SPG. It was also one of the most efficient seasons from a player in history as he finished with a 30.8 PER, four points higher than the next closest player that season. He shot 53.0% from the field and won the MVP award for the 3rd time in 4 seasons.

In the lockout-shortened season, James led the Miami Heat to a 46-20 record. LeBron’s scoring was out of this world as he scored double figures in each game and ranked 3rd in the NBA for his 27.1 PPG. His defense was on another level as he registered a 4th place finish in Defensive Player of the Year voting as well. LeBron’s MVP season was capped off with his first ever NBA championship and Finals MVP award.


11. Giannis Antetokounmpo - 27.7 PPG (2018-19 MVP Season)

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As it stands in 2022, Giannis Antetokounmpo is the consensus best player in the world. He began the ascension to that title when he claimed his first MVP award after the 2018-19 season. Giannis led the bucks to their best record since 1980-81 with a 60-22 finish, good for the best mark in the NBA. Giannis finished 3rd in the league in scoring at 27.7 PPG, 6th in the NBA for rebounds with 12.5 RPG, and 20th in the NBA in assists at 5.9 APG. He broke the Milwaukee Bucks’ franchise record for field goal percentage at 57.8% and finished 10th in the NBA in blocked shots at 1.5 BPG.

Giannis’ two-way abilities were on full display as he transformed the Bucks into serious championship contenders. In his franchise record-breaking season shooting 57.8%, Giannis shot 64.1% from within the 3-point arc including a finishing rate of 76.9% at the rim. He also finished the season as a finalist for Defensive Player of the Year. He led the NBA in PER with 30.9 and win shares per 48 minutes with 29.2. In his first of 2 MVP seasons, Giannis led the Bucks to their first playoff series victory in 18 years and a berth in the Eastern Conference Finals.


10. Kobe Bryant - 28.3 PPG (2007-08 MVP Season)

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After 12 years in the NBA and several years of being dubbed its best player, Kobe Bryant finally took home his first and only MVP in 2007-08. Kobe came second in the league in scoring with 28.3 PPG and went on torrid scoring stretches throughout the season to lead the Lakers to 57 wins and the 3rd best record in the NBA. He registered 35 games of 30 points or more during the season and shot 46.3% from the field. 

Bryant also added 6.3 RPG and 5.4 APG to his 28.3 PPG for one of the more well-rounded seasons in his career. Bryant showed true heart and grit throughout the season as well. He tore a ligament in his pinky finger in early February but opted for surgery after the season to keep the Lakers trending in the right direction. He capped off the MVP run with a win in the Western Conference Finals and a near championship run until they fell in 6 games to the Boston Celtics.


9. LeBron James - 28.4 PPG (2008-09 MVP Season)

LeBron James

LeBron James was awarded the MVP at the end of the 2008-09 season. It was the first of 4 MVP awards for LeBron as he became the first player in Cleveland Cavaliers history to win it. LeBron had a historic season where he averaged 28.4 PPG, 7.6 RPG, and 7.2 APG. He became just the 4th player in NBA history to lead his team in points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks in NBA history. He would be the only player to average at least 28.0 PPG, 7.0 RPG, and 7.0 APG in the NBA that season.

LeBron’s efforts led the Cavs to a 66-16 overall record, the best in their franchise history. LeBron’s scoring numbers were off of the charts. He led the NBA in triple-doubles with 7 and his 28.4 PPG was good for second in the league. He also led the league in scoring on the road with an incredible 31.5 PPG away from home. His 515 points in the 4th quarter also ranked 2nd in the NBA. LeBron’s defense was elite as he finished runner-up to Dwight Howard for Defensive Player of the Year and was 8th in steals and 23rd in blocks with 1.2 BPG.


8. Giannis Antetokounmpo - 29.5 PPG (2019-20 MVP Season)

Giannis Antetokounmpo

We begin to get into the rarified air of 29.0 PPG MVP wins since 2000 with Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 2nd of back-to-back MVP awards in 2020. He became just the 12th player in NBA history to win the award in 2 consecutive seasons and just the 3rd to win it twice before turning 25 years old. He was also named Defensive Player of the Year in 2020, becoming the 3rd player in NBA history to win that award and the MVP in the same season. The season was paused on March 11th due to COVID-19, but by that time, the MVP was already set in stone.

Giannis led the Bucks to a 53-12 record before the NBA restarted in the Orlando Bubble. Giannis’ big year was clearly evident in the level of team success. Thanks to Giannis’ two-way play, the Bucks finished the season 1st in Net Rating, 1st in scoring offense, and 1st in defensive rating. There was nobody better than Giannis individually or the Bucks as a team in the NBA during the 2019-20 regular season. He led the NBA in double-doubles and had 17 games in which he scored 30 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the same game.


7. Shaquille O’Neal - 29.7 PPG (1999-00 MVP Season) 

Shaquille O'Neal

At the time that Shaquille O’Neal won his first and only career MVP trophy in the 1999-00 season, he had established himself as the best and most dominant force in the NBA. Shaq would go on to capture the MVP along with the All-Star MVP and the Finals MVP at the end of the season. He led the Lakers to an NBA-best 67-15 record and eventually helped them capture the NBA title when the dust settled after the playoffs concluded.  

Shaq left his mark all over the league in his MVP season. He led the league in scoring, finished second in rebounding with 13.6 RPG, and finished 3rd in blocks with 3.0 BPG. He was nearly the unanimous pick, but one voter gave a first-place vote to Allen Iverson. Shaq was virtually unstoppable in the paint as smaller defenders had no hope and large defenders couldn’t keep up with his craftiness and strength. O’Neal would go on to dominate the league for the next few years to come, but none matched his output in 2000.


6. LeBron James - 29.7 PPG (2009-10 MVP Season)

LeBron James

LeBron James claimed the 2nd MVP award of his career in the 2009-10 season, one year after he won his first. LeBron’s scoring was impressive as he once again led the NBA in road scoring at 31.0 PPG. He also led the league in second-half scoring and fourth-quarter scoring as one of the most clutch players in the league at the time. He led the Cavaliers in all advanced stats and they would go 61-21 to finish with the NO. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference.

His advanced stats led the league in multiple categories due to his high-scoring output. He finished with 13.3 offensive win shares on the season and 18.5 win shares overall, both of which led the NBA. He led the NBA once again in value over replacement player and in offensive box plus/minus. James and the Cavaliers would come up short in the playoffs leading to his departure to the Miami Heat. With his wins in 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013, James took home 4 MVP awards in 5 seasons as he became the best player in basketball.


5. Stephen Curry - 30.1 PPG (2015-16 MVP Season)

Stephen Curry

Now, we move into real rarified air with the 5 players in the last 22 years to win MVP while averaging 30.0 PPG or better. There is nothing common about Curry’s 2016 win as he would be voted the first and only unanimous MVP in NBA history so far. Curry would bring home his first career scoring title with his 30.1 PPG and steals title with 2.1 SPG. Curry led the Warriors to an NBA record 73 wins en route to yet another appearance in the NBA Finals.

Curry would also produce some of the best efficiency relative to volume from the three-point line we have ever seen. On 11.2 3-point attempts per game, Curry connected on 45.2% of his deep shots and broke his own NBA record for 3-pointers made in a season. He finished the season with 402 three-pointers, making him the first player in NBA history to hit 300 and 400 threes in a season. His historic efficiency didn’t stop there. Curry became the 1st player in NBA history to average 30.0 PPG or more in less than 35.0 minutes per game on the court. No one since MJ in 1991-92 had averaged 30.0 PPG or more on better than 50.0% shooting until Stephen Curry in 2016.


4. James Harden - 30.4 PPG (2017-18 MVP Season)

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James Harden’s one and only career MVP award came in the midst of one of the most historic scoring seasons ever. Harden showed an ability to put the ball in the basket like no other with his revolutionary euro-step, patented step back three-pointer, and his ability to cause and finish through contact. His incredible season led to an NBA-best 65-17 record for the Rockets that season with Harden driving the bus alongside Chris Paul.

Harden led the league with his 30.4 PPG on 44.9% shooting. He also led the NBA in three-pointers made, dethroning Stephen Curry with 265 triples made. Harden would tally 30 games of 30 points or more, including back-to-back 50-point performances and a 60-point performance. He finished 3rd in the NBA with 8.8 APG even though his backcourt teammate dished out 7.9 APG. Harden and the Rockets would fall one game shy of the NBA Finals, losing in 7 to the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.


3. Allen Iverson - 31.1 PPG (2000-01 MVP Season)

Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson in the 2000-01 season has to be one of the greatest seasons by a player that didn’t win the championship in the same season. Iverson took home MVP while leading the league in scoring with 31.1 PPG, steals with 2.5 SPG, and minutes played with 42.0 minutes per game. He became the first Sixers player to win the award since Moses Malone in 1983 and the first player to lead the league in steals and points since Michael Jordan in 1993.

Iverson’s remarkable season saw him lead the 76ers to an Eastern Conference-best 56 wins and eventually, a trip to the NBA Finals. On the day he received the MVP award, Iverson and the Sixers had an important Game 5 playoff matchup with the Toronto Raptors. Iverson celebrated his MVP with a 51-point performance to get the W. Iverson was one of the best at the guard position at the time at getting to the rim and creating his own shot. He used it to average over 30.0 PPG in a season 5 different times in his career and win 4 scoring titles.


2. Russell Westbrook - 31.6 PPG (2016-17 Season)

Russell Westbrook

Russell Westbrook made NBA history in 2016-17 when he became the first player since Oscar Robertson to average a triple-double for the entire season. He also broke Robertson’s record for triple-doubles in a season with 42. He averaged a league-leading 31.6 PPG, 10.7 RPG, and 10.4 APG. The outstanding performances and mind-boggling numbers were certainly the reason Westbrook won the award, but the narrative had a bit to do with it, too.

A few months before Westbrook’s MVP season, his teammate Kevin Durant decided to jump ship and leave for the Golden State Warriors. This left Russ and the Thunder wondering how they were going to compete that upcoming season with Durant now gone. Russ responded by having one of the greatest single seasons ever and leading a lowly Thunder squad to the No. 6 seed in the Western Conference. Westbrook’s 2017 MVP award will go down as one of the most entertaining and historic MVP wins in history.


1. Kevin Durant - 32.0 PPG (2013-14 MVP Season)

Kevin Durant

“You the real MVP”. Kevin Durant comes in as our top scorer to win the MVP award since the 1999-00 season. Durant went on an absolute tear during the 2013-14 season that saw him finish with 32.0 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 5.5 APG, and 1.3 SPG. He shot the three-ball at a 39.1% clip and shot 50.3% overall from the field. He led the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 59-23 record which would finish as the 2nd best record in the NBA.

Of all the things he did in the 2013-14 season, it was his scoring that was most impressive. During the year, Durant went on a 41-game streak that saw him score at least 25 points every single night, making him the 3rd player in NBA history to ever go on such a streak. It would be the 4th scoring title of Durant’s career and out of all players who logged more than 15 minutes per game, Durant ranked 7th in the NBA in true shooting percentage with 63.5%. It was a display of all-time great scoring volume on all-time great efficiency in one of the greatest MVP performances of the last 20 years.

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