Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

(NBA) Durant named season MVP
(05-07 14:55)

The Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant received his first regular season MVP award in his 7-season NBA career on Tuesday.
Durant had 119 first-place votes out of the over-all 125 votes, scoring 1,232 points to get the MVP. LeBron James from the Miami Heat took the second place with 891 points. Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin got 434 and finished third.
Durant finished his regular season averaging 32 points, best in the league. He became the first player since Allen Iverson (2000-2001) to take both the scoring champion and the MVP award in the same season. --Xinhua   
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