NBA Updated MVP Odds

NBA Updated MVP Odds

Ryan Knuppel
2 years ago
3 min read
Milwaukee Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo reacts after foul call during game

The NBA season is well underway, with lots of MVP candidates surfacing.

Let’s take a look at some of the latest frontrunners for the award!

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Giannis Antetokounmpo (+275)

Giannis Antetokounmpo is leading the Milwaukee Bucks to one of the best records in the league while posting otherworldly numbers.

The Greek Freak is averaging nearly 32 points per game on nearly 55 percent shooting to go along with 11.3 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game.

Antetokounmpo is already a two-time MVP and a Finals MVP, but somehow it looks like he’s still getting better.

Jayson Tatum (+275)

Jayson Tatum has led the Boston Celtics to the best record in the NBA up to this point, as he is averaging nearly 32 points per game on nearly 50 percent shooting to go along with 8.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game.

Tatum is just unstoppable when he has the ball in his hands and can score at all three levels no matter which defense you throw at him.

Luka Doncic (+300)

Luka Doncic is keeping a mediocre at best supporting cast with the Dallas Mavericks afloat with his ability to score and create opportunities for others just by being a presence on the floor.

Doncic is averaging nearly 33 points on 50 percent shooting per game to go along with 8.7 assists and 8.6 rebounds.

Stephen Curry (+600)

Stephen Curry has helped turn the Golden State Warriors around, as they got off to such a slow start a season after they won a championship.

Curry’s numbers are right on par with where they’ve been in his MVP seasons, as he’s averaging 30 points on nearly 50 percent shooting, 7.0 assists and 6.6 rebounds per game.

Joel Embiid (+1600)

When healthy, Joel Embiid is always in the conversation for the MVP Award. However, that has always been an issue with him.

If he can lift the Philadelphia 76ers into serious championship contention, then his odds could perhaps improve.

Devin Booker (+2500)

Devin Booker is helping the Phoenix Suns stay on top of the Western Conference. However, his numbers aren’t as eye-popping as his competition and he has a strong supporting cast.

Booker is a very talented player but likely won’t be MVP.

Anthony Davis (+2500)

Anthony Davis is finally living up to expectations, as he recently put up 55 points and looks as dominant as a player he can be both offensively and defensively.

 If the Los Angeles Lakers sneak into the playoffs, AD should merit serious consideration.

Nikola Jokic (+2500)

The all around numbers for Nikola Jokic are still great and the Denver Nuggets should be contenders.

However, Jokic has won the last two MVPs, so voters could look elsewhere.

Kevin Durant (+3000)

The Brooklyn Nets are turning the corner with Kevin Durant scoring as efficiently as ever.

If the Nets end up in the top three in their conference despite the noise around the organization, KD deserves a look at his second MVP Award.

Ja Morant (+3000)

Injuries will always be a concern but Ja Morant is one of the most electrifying players in the world and the Memphis Grizzlies are perennial contenders.

If Morant can stay healthy, he may rise up on the board.

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