2012-13 NBA MVP Odds: Can Anyone Knock Off LeBron James?

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2012-13 NBA MVP Odds: Can Anyone Knock Off LeBron James?
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The Las Vegas odds for 2013 NBA MVP are out and there's no surprise at the top: LeBron James enters the year as the clear MVP favorite once again.

According to Bovada.lv, James currently boasts the best odds at 19/10, with Kevin Durant (15/4) and Kobe Bryant (12/1) next in line.

It's not difficult to see why.

James finished with one of the best statistical seasons in NBA history in 2011-12, earned himself the regular-season MVP award in the process, then won an NBA championship, the NBA Finals MVP and an Olympic gold medal as an encore.

He's already one of only nine players in league history to win three or more MVP awards, and he's the only active player to have done so. (Tim Duncan and Steve Nash have two each.)

With that in mind, can anyone stop James from winning his fourth MVP in 2013? Let's find out.

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