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Wednesday, March 30
Leonard Has Developed into MVP-Caliber Talent
Leonard's development in the NBA since his arrival in 2011 has been a beauty to behold. The former San Diego State Aztec has improved with each season, growing from more of a defensive specialist to an all-around superstar.
He's unlikely to win, but Leonard has put together a 2015-16 season at least worthy of MVP consideration. To date, he's averaging 20.8 points and 6.8 rebounds while shooting 50.8 percent from the field and 46.3 percent from three.
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In addition, the Spurs have a paltry 94.2 defensive rating per 100 possessions when Leonard is on the floor, per NBA.com. No one player is more important to San Antonio's title hopes than the 24-year-old small forward.