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NBA 2016-2017: Current Player MVP Favorites

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Nov/10/2016

Who are the current favorites to win the NBA MVP award this season?

Players are getting their preseason prop bets.

See below for the list of players. And after reading through the list, keep reading for information on how online bookies can manage future betting on the NBA MVP Future prop wager.

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NBA MVP Top 3 Favorites

Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City, +200

If anything, Westbrook’s odds figure to go down as the season progresses. He became the 2 to 1 favorite before the season even started.

Since the season started, Westbrook has shown that he’s taking his role as the leader of the Thunder seriously.

Westbrook averages over 30 points, 10 assists and over 8 boards per game.

Steph Curry, Golden State, +450

Curry has started to take over as the Warriors’ top player.

After the first week of the NBA Season where Kevin Durant got to lead the team, Curry decided just this past Monday that for the Warriors to be the team that everybody expects them to be, he had to get it going.

Curry scored 46 points, dished 5 assists and grabbed 5 board when making 13 three-pointers in a game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Nov. 7.

LeBron James, Cleveland, +450

LeBron figures to be ultra-popular to win the NBA MVP this season. He does things that neither Curry nor Westbrook can do.

Plus, the Cavs are going to dominate the Eastern Conference.

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