Broussard's 2009-10 MVP ballot
Updated: April 13, 2010, 10:45 AM ETBy | ESPN.com
We asked NBA writers from ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine, as well as NBA analysts from ESPN, to provide their choices for NBA Most Valuable Player, ranked from 1 to 5.
Here is Chris Broussard's ballot:
Two things are both unbelievable and scary at the same time: As phenomenal as he's been, LeBron is still getting better and he's still got room for improvement.
| Dwight Howard
Anchors the league's top defense as top rebounder and shot-blocker in the sport. Shot better than 60 percent from the floor while keeping defenses off balance and in foul trouble.
For all the Kobe-LeBron talk, Durant could end up having the longer-running rivalry with King James.
Played through injuries all season and turned game-winning shots into common occurrences. Only reason he's not higher on the list is because he has so much help on his roster.
Team's late swoon cost him in voting, but still had a tremendous season. Scored in bunches, got to the foul line and gives Nuggets legit shot to beat anybody.