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Aw man, it’s too early for this. Alright, here we go: Kevin Durant won the NBA’s MVP award in a landslide vote yesterday, and his acceptance speech in Oklahoma City is making the rounds on the Internet as an instant-classic.
Mike Conley got a vote, too!
Thunder forward Serge Ibaka made a compelling argument for his teammate Kevin Durant’s MVP candidacy.
If 121 people vote on something, and 120 vote the same way, what can we say about that one dissenter? Maybe he’s crazy; maybe he has an ax to grind; maybe he just felt like being difficult. But according to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe, he really, truly felt that Carmelo Anthony was a more valuable player this year than LeBron “Four MVPs” James. He even wrote an article defending himself.
Joe Flacco may be dull, but he just put in one of the greatest quarterback performances in NFL history. Super Bowl XLVII was not the Harbowl, it was the Flaccobowl. Congratulations, Joe, you deserve this vulgar slip. It was f***ing awesome. Video, after the jump.
Today may be Super Bowl Sunday, but the NFL was still very active the night before. Not with games, mind you, but with accolades. Let’s take a look at who got what and why.
No, this is not a replay, but yes, you may be suffering from déjà vu: Mike Trout made another spectacular home run robbing catch this weekend. See the catch – and more reasons he should be an American League MVP favorite – after the jump.
Derrick Rose gave an emotional MVP acceptance speech in which he thanked his mother, who he called “his heart.” And no, there was not a dry eye in the room.
It’s been one of the most exciting seasons in recent history, and with plenty of playoff basketball ahead, it’s time to announce an MVP. The only problem? No one’s really earned it.
Kevin Love may have just had himself the quietest breakout season in NBA history – the man averaged over 20 points and 15 rebounds a game. A look back after the jump.