Updated NBA MVP Odds at Unofficial Midseason Point

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Updated NBA MVP Odds at Unofficial Midseason Point
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With just over half the 2012-13 NBA season in the books, the 2013 NBA MVP race is boiling down to a two-man contest.

Injuries proved detrimental to the MVP race in January. Two of the top MVP contenders, Chris Paul and Tim Duncan, suffered injuries that caused them to plummet down this list of favorites.

Meanwhile, a torn ACL on Jan. 25 ended the season for Boston's Rajon Rondo, who frequently earned an honorable mention nod here in the first half of the season.

As a result, a handful of forwards lead the MVP race as we head into February. To be a top MVP candidate, a player must either be on a championship-contending team, the clear bona fide star on their roster and/or one of the league leaders in a major statistical category.


Previous MVP rankings here.

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