Kobe, LeBron and Melo Won't Catch Up to Kevin Durant's MVP Pace
From Bleacher Report - Front Page
December 29, 2012 - 12:19am
Kevin Durant has held plenty of titles during his basketball career, notably: Olympic gold medalist, Western Conference Champion and youngest scoring champion in league history.But the 2012-13 season has him well on his way to adding to both his resume and mantle.The key cog in perhaps the league's scariest team, Durantula has crawled his way to the top of the MVP ladder.He may be denied a fourth consecutive scoring title (although his 28.5 points per game will keep him in the running throughout the season), but he's never played better on the offensive end.He's on pace for career highs in field-goal percentage (51.8), three-point percentage (43.5), free-throw percentage (90.4) and assists (4.2). That 28.5 scoring average betters the efforts put forth with his last two scoring crowns. He's kept himself in the league's elite class of scorers despite attempting the second-fewest field goal...
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