You know, they’re talking about selecting dual MVPs this year. WOW. I don’t even know where to begin. What is Most Valuable Player anyway? We got so attached to using acronyms we have forgotten what those acronyms mean.
MVP = MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Let’s break this down.
The MOST – greatest in amount, or degree.
The VALUABLE – worth a great amount of money.
The Player – a person taking part in a sport or game.
Define MVP – A person that takes part in a sport or game that is worth a great amount of money that is great in amount or degree.
By this definition, we would have to take this statement into consideration when deciding on one MVP.
In 2017, LeBron James will make 30.96 million USD.
In 2017, James Harden will make 28.3 million USD.
In 2017, Russell Westbrook will make 26.54 million USD.
In 2017, Kawhi Leonard will make 17.64 million USD.
In 2017, Stephen Curry will make 12.11 million USD.
I think that covers all the prospective players in the running for MVP this year.
According to this information, the MVP is LeBron James. Not just because he makes the most, NO, not at all. See, the contract amount that a player earns is based upon what he means to their franchise they play for.
James Harden came close, though.