NBA official final MVP list released Curry firmly ranked first

NBA official final MVP list released Curry firmly ranked first
In the early morning of April 18, 2015, the NBA officially announced the last MVP list. Curry ranked first. Harden, who played well this season, ranked second, and James finally ranked third.1.Curry Curry helped the Warriors get the best record in the league with 67 wins. The Warriors ranked second in the league in offensive efficiency and ranked first in defensive efficiency. This also added a lot to Curry in the MVP competition.2.Harden Harden is averaging 27 this season.4 points, the season that has not beaten the team to get 56 wins, won the Southwest Division title, and also has 7 assists per game, 5.7 rebounds, 1.9 steals.3.LeBron James returned to Cleveland, playing tepidly.For most of the regular season, LeBron played the role of ball controller and organizer. I don’t know if Zhan Huang’s play can save the team when the team needs someone to stand up in the playoffs.4.Paul has been the league’s best defender in the past few years. This season is also the first time in his career that he has played 82 regular season games. I wonder if there will be any problems with the playoffs.He averaged 10.2 assists to lead the league, averaging 19 per game.1 point.The Clippers will face the defending champion Spurs in the first round, and Paul’s play will directly lead to the series results.5.Westbrook has won the championship for the first time in his career, averaging 28 this season.1 point, 8.6 assists, 7.3 rebounds, 4.4 turnovers and 2.1 steal, but the Thunder two are indispensable. Durant’s injury eventually led the Thunder to not make the playoffs. Original title: Official final MVP list: Curry is firmly in the first place, Harden Zhan follows closely behind