For the past few years, some guy from Akron, Ohio was the easy choice for the MVP, scoring title, and any other accolade you could possibly think of.
Either way, that ship has sailed. The man who calls himself "The King" basically put his hometown on its knees and held it hostage for approximately 17 minutes on national television before he announced that he was leaving for Miami.
Because he's joining forces with two other MVP candidates, it's unlikely that LeBron James or his two other superstar teammates will stand out individually as they did before.
Now, Kevin Durant is in short, the "Anti-LeBron." A lot of people in the media have fallen in love with Durant's way of handling business as opposed to LeBron's.
If Kevin Durant has even close to a year comparable to last year's, he will win the MVP award out of the love that he's received from this whole LeBron madness.
Although, just in case the love from the media isn't enough, there's still a few reasons why he'll not only win the MVP award, but also win the scoring title again.
Check them out!