Postseason MVP Rankings: No. 1?
Originally Published: June 8, 2012By David Thorpe | Scouts Inc.
Heading into the season, most basketball experts and fans agreed that LeBron James and Kevin Durant were the top two players in the NBA and probably the world. They did not disappoint anyone during the season but have saved their best stuff for when the games mattered most. We are seeing two of the finest wingmen ever to play hoops at the peak of their careers. Like Magic and Bird, LeBron and KD inspire each other, and we all can only wait for what seems to be the inevitable matchup between the two. Only Boston's tough group of veterans stand in the way, and two of those men are also playing spectacularly.
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