Originally Posted by RhymesayersDU
Agreed for the most part. He IS in the running, IMO... But you're right, he's going to win a few before he hangs up his sneakers, but not yet.
id say the perennial MVP will be his when he either avg's triple double (hard to dispute those stats for overall impact) or the year after he takes a team far in the playoffs. he's really fun to watch... man... he really measures up well to the hype. i can only see him getting better and better and he doesnt seem like guy like AI or Kobe who just try to rack up pts. he just has total confidence and fluidity to match his god given physical gifts... i dont think i ever could get bored watching him play. his layups, dunks, and passes just seem to obey a different set of physics than the rest of the players. could be flubber.