NBAMVP list: Nongmei brother topped Harden, second, King Zhan ranked seventh
On November 8th, Beijing time, the NBA official website announced the new MVP list for the new season. Pelican core Antonio Davis topped the list with a strong performance and led the Rockets to a six-game winning streak. James HardenImmediately following it, Clay Thompson, who just received a contract extension, ranked third, and Marc Gasol and Chris Bosh ranked fourth or fifth, with the sluggish LeBron James ranking onlyseventh.With a strong performance, Nongmei brother topped the first place in the first week of the MVP list: Anthony Davis (New Orleans Daigo) Average stats: 23.8 points 13.3 rebounds 2 assists 1.8 steals and 4 blocks You can hardly describe a 21-year-old player who averaged 23 per game.8 points 13.3 rebounds 2 assists 1.The data of 8 steals and 4 blocks is amazing. Davis’s talent is absolutely godsend, and no one can even approach him.He can attack in various positions and extend his range to 19 feet away, which is what he needs very much.Brother Nongmei continues to polish his skills, he is still improving, and at the same time, the Pelican he leads will no doubt continue to improve.Second place: James Harden (Houston Rockets) averages: 26 points and 6.7 rebounds 7.2 assists 1.3 steals 1.3 blocked rockets already have low-level killers like Dwight Howard, and Harden is more like a catalyst for the team.So far, 26 points and 6 points have been handed out.7 rebounds 7.2 assists, 6 games so far, he looks more like a real MVP.Harden has been able to influence the game from all aspects, even if the defensive end has been criticized by people has made some progress so far.As long as Harden can continue this performance, the Rockets will most likely go one step further.Third place: Clay Thompson (Golden State Warriors) Averages per game: 27 points 2.3 rebounds 2.5 assists 1.3 steals If Thompson can maintain an average of 27 points throughout the season, then he should stay on this list throughout the season.He scored 41 points against the Lakers and 29 points against the Blazers.His shooting percentage is 54%, three-point percentage is 50%, free throw percentage is 92%, the fourth season of his career, this may be his best season, All-Star?Wonderful king?These are all possible for him.Fourth place: Mark Gasol (Memphis Grizzlies): Average per game: 21.6 points 7.8 rebounds, 3 assists 1.4封盖1。 4 cover 1.6 Stealing the black and white two-bear teammates gave the Grizzlies a good start to the season. Not only did Gaga lead the team in gathering and blocking, but they also contributed 7.8 rebounds, 3 assists and 1.6 steals.He has become the league’s most comprehensive center, able to dominate the game in both offensive and defensive segments.He is already a player who can build around the team. For this season, the Grizzlies only hope he can stay healthy.Fifth place: Chris Bosh (Miami Heat) Average stats: 24.2 points, 11 rebounds 2.8 assists 1.4 Stealing Bosh became the best in the East last week. His performance reminds people of him in Toronto many years ago. Of course, he has more experience than that year, even the finals experience.The Heat no longer own LeBron, and Bosh does not need to participate in the role of the third stage. They are not the same as last year. However, if Bosh can maintain a 43% shooting rate, 24.2 points, 11 rebounds 2.8 assists 1.4 Steal such contributions, the Heat will become a strong team.Sixth place: DeMarcus Cousins (King of Sacramento): 24 points and 10 points per game.6 rebounds 1.8 assists 1.2 steals 1.2 Blocked seventh place: LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers) average: 23.8 points 5.8 rebounds 4.8 assists and 2 steals. Seeing LeBron in this position rather than the top five on the list is really no small situation, but considering his performance so far this season, it is a reasonable thing.However, as he tweeted after playing against the Jazz: relax.He and his Cavaliers will get better. James will find a way to perform best when the Cavaliers need him. At this stage in his career, James no longer needs to be involved in any of the five games before the regular season.Worried.However, it is a bit strange to see a player who has shot more than 50% in a single season in the past five consecutive seasons and has only shot 41%.Eighth place: LaMarcus Aldridge (Portland Trail Blazers) Average stats: 22.2 points 6.2 rebounds 1.6 assists ninth place: John Wall (Washington Wizards) average data: 21.4 points 4.2 rebounds, 10 assists 2.8. Tenth steals: Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) averaged 26 points and 6 points per game.5 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals. In addition, other players nominated for the MVP list are: Dwight Howard, Tony Parker, Kyle Lowry, Zach Randolph, Tim Duncan.(Big speakers)