Giannis Antetokounmpo: I’m Still the NBA’s MVP Favorite

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Through his first 10 games, Giannis Antetokounmpo was on a tear and the prohibitive favorite to win MVP. Averaging roughly 32 points, 10 rebounds and five assists while shooting 60 percent from the field, the Greek Freak was stuffing the stat sheet and one-upping himself with highlight after never-before-seen highlight on a nightly basis.765411d17725169d71089726a3114703_crop_north

After a 32-point effort on 14-of-18 shooting in the Milwaukee Bucks’ 116-107 win over the Golden State Warriors, buy nike nfl jerseys cheap there’s no doubt that Antetokounmpo remains one of the league’s most dominant and valuable players. James Harden and LeBron James may have overtaken him in the public narrative, but he certainly doesn’t think things have changed.

“I still am,” Antetokounmpo told Bleacher Report when asked if he is still the MVP favorite. To be sure, that’s his opinion, yet he acknowledges the public narrative. “I’m one of the best players in the league. We’re going to the playoffs. I’m still in the discussion. I might not be the favorite anymore, but I’m still in the discussion. That’s how I feel.”cheap nfl nike jerseys china

Bucks forward Jabari Parker added: “He’s the MVP in all our books. nfl nike jersey cheap He’s a great teammate, and we love what he does for us.”

Things have leveled out a little bit. His season numbers normalized to a cool 27-10-5, and his field-goal percentage dipped to 53. He was bearing a Westbrookian load at 34.7 percent usage through his first 10 games, and it might have been difficult to keep up,cheap nike nfl jersey¬† but that’s hardly reason enough to kill off his MVP case.

“I thought he was too, s–t,” Warriors forward Jordan Bell said when asked if he thought Antetokounmpo would be the MVP. “I don’t think the hype died down. I guess it did, but he’s still killing it. His numbers are the exact same.”