At one point this NBA season, LeBron James made a case that he could become the NBA MVP for the third year in a row. However, Kevin Durant has done far too much for allowing that to happen, and James—a career four-time MVP—has admitted that the Oklahoma City Thunder star is a frontrunner for the league's most prestigious award.

"I would say he's the most consistent player as far as MVP this year," James said, via Bleacher Report.

"I think K.D. has had one heck of a season, and if he was rewarded with the MVP, it would be great. It would be awesome for him, for his family. It would be a great thing for him. He has played MVP-type basketball."

James has produced another MVP-like regular season with numbers of about 27 points, seven rebounds and 6.5 assists per game. Durant, however, is averaging 32 points with nearly eight rebounds and six assists per game.

James' Heat currently holds the No. 1 seed in the East while KD's Thunder has the No. 2 spot in the West.

However, Durant's case for MVP far is greater than LeBron's for this season. Give the man the MVP he deserves*.

*Unless, of course, James has a 100-point game and averages 65 points per game for these final regular season games...


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