In 2015–16, Steph Curry made history by becoming the first player to ever be named the league's most valuable player without a single ballot.
This season, Nikola Jokic will join the ranks of the others. There are several things going for Jokic.
Above all else, he is now enjoying what is likely his finest season with 27.5
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points per game, 13.1 rebounds per game, 8.9 assists per game, and a field goal percentage of 57.9.
He will most certainly be one of the top 20 players of all time, if not better.
He would also set a new personal best for Player Efficiency Rating (32.85) and PER (33.79), if he keeps up this pace.
Finally, the move to fully transparent voting for NBA honors has increased groupthink, which is why he was not named MVP last season.
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