As the NBA season winds down, all of the MVP candidates are starting to get asked how they feel about their chances to take home the prestigious award. Steph Curry recently talked about his MVP credentials.
Steph Curry Responds To The MVP Talks https://t.co/YkhqYbeXv4
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Now, another MVP candidate, Joel Embiid, is declaring that he should be given the award.
“There’s no doubt (I’m MVP),” Embiid said. “…I’ve been dominant all season. I’m not going to stop.”
76ers star Joel Embiid sits down with @Stadium: “There’s no doubt (I’m MVP). I’ve been dominant all season. I’m not going to stop.” On motivation from feeling disrespected and frustrated last season, Shaq’s criticism “opened my eyes to actually realize that I can be that guy.” pic.twitter.com/Ud3O2APOkV
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) April 22, 2021
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At the moment, Denver’s Nikola Jokic is a slight favorite over Embiid to win the MVP. Jokic is averaging 26.4 PPG, which is less than Embiid at 30.1. The 76ers big man also has more rebounds, but Jokic separates himself with his unique passing ability.
This race is bound to go down to the wire, but I think Embiid, Jokic, and Curry would all be more happy with a deep run in the playoffs.