1. Atto Kunbo (2) ranked last week in brackets, the same as below
2. Harden (1)
Average 33.9 points, 8.6 assists, 6 rebounds and 2 steals per game
Harden continued his excellent performance, scoring 30 + in 14 consecutive games, which has equalled Rockets star Matty, the second longest record since the ABA and NBA merger. The debate over whether Harden is the best offensive player in history has not been settled, but he does have such an impact on the offensive side. With the Rocketsrelatively easy schedule ahead, Harden has a chance to continue the record (there are seven home games in the next 10 games). While Harden improved his performance, the only flaw was that he made 5.7 mistakes, which equalled his career record for the 2016-17 season. In the past five games, the number has even risen to 7.3 times, of course, because he always faces the top defensive players.
4. Leonard (4)
Voters at the MVP had to weigh how different the Raptors were when Leonard appeared. They should pay more attention to how well he played. Leonard won 30 steals and five new season steals in direct talks with the Bucks. He played an important role in defense and won the battle between the two best teams in the league. Leonard continues to deliver high-performance on the court, scoring more than 50% of his shots in eight 30 + games this season, including the last two. The Bucks won 30 points, with a 50% shooting rate, and the Hawks won 31 points, with a 61.1% shooting rate.
5. Jokic (7)
Average 19.2 points, 10.2 rebounds, 7.6 assists and 1.5 steals per game
Players ranked 6 to 10 were George (5), Embed (8), LeBron (6), Durant (8) and Anthony Davis (10). The next five players: SpursDrosan, Celtics Irving, PioneersLillard, Pacers Auradibo and ClippersLuwe. Source: Netease Sports Author: Evan Editor-in-Charge: Yang Jiankun_NS4215