NBA MVP Race: Why Kevin Durant doesn’t believe Joel Embiid will win the award?

aAccording to most experts about the NBA, the regular season MVP award actually has three favorites above the rest, and Philadelphia 76ersThe Cameroonian Center Joel EmbiidAnd the Serbian center too Denver NuggetsAnd Nikola Jokic And the heroic Greek striker Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antikonmo.

Envision the most valuable player in the NBA in the 2014 season, Kevin Durantis that the winner should be the African player, but the real juice in his statements has to do with the fact that he doesn’t think voters agree with his view, according to an interview with the New York Daily News.

Kevin Durant’s words

“There are a lot of players whose narrative is dominated by them,” Durant said. “Some of that was about the player and some of it was about other people’s perception of that player. In the case of Joel, there are more people like Giannis (Antetokonmo) and (Nikola) Jokic.”

According to Dr. K. European playerswho are more acceptable to the press in general.

“It’s that simple. I think his character and his story. As a basketball player, if people just look at the game and what’s on the ground, then the narrative and who you are and your character, those things aren’t really important or shouldn’t matter. Joel, maybe they like these guys Better. It’s not fair. But it does happen sometimes.”

Joel Embiid won the regular season scoring title

During the recently completed regular season, Embiid won the scoring title by achieving a career-high average of 30.6 points per game, making him the first player in 75-year NBA history to win the award and the first nominal position to do so since Shaquille O’Neal in the 2000 season.