MVP battle-Cullian Jackson backed Harden: single-core rocket is too difficult
On April 3, Beijing time, according to the American “Sports Illustrated” report, this season the NBA has reached this stage, the regular season MVP competition has become increasingly fierce.Former Golden State Warriors coach and current ESPN commentator Mark Jackson said in an interview recently that this year’s NBA regular season MVP should be James Harden, not Stephen Curry.Jackson believes that Harden is not easy to face the Rockets alone. If you put pressure on me today, I will vote for James Harden.When Mark Jackson participated in the Dan Patrick show, he had the power to take the Rockets to where he is today.This is difficult.  There is no doubt that Harden and Curry are two of the regular season MVP hotspots. Others include: James, Westbrook and Anthony Davis.This week, the well-known gaming site Bovada believes that Curry is the most popular MVP of the regular season.  Although Mark Jackson was Curry’s former mentor and he believed that the lover should be a candidate for MVP, he still thought Harden was more worthy of being elected.  I have no opinion on choosing Curry (for MVP), because he played an incredible season.Jackson went on to say that Westbrook: 10 triple-doubles, and strive to overcome the injury-hit Thunder to enter the playoffs; LeBron has always been the best player in the world.But I think for now, I will choose Harden as the MVP, because everything he has done this season, especially his progress on the defensive end, he is not a good defender, but he plays very defensivelyWork hard.  So far this season, Harden has averaged 27 per game.6 points, 7 assists, 5.7 rebounds and 1.Nine steals, the Rockets broke through 51 wins and 25 losses, but also in the case of the Rockets center Howard long absence due to injury.The three-time All-Star has defeated 40+ (the league’s first) 9 times this season, and is one of only two players to play 50+ in a single double game.Yesterday, Harden scored a career-high 51 points in a Rockets defeat to the Kings.In addition, Harden’s winning coefficient, true positive and negative values and PER efficiency values ranked first in the league, second and fifth, respectively.  Of course, Curry’s performance is not inferior, he averaged 23 per game.7 points, 7.8 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 2.1 steal, and promote the Warriors to a 61-13 record.In addition, Curry’s winning coefficient this season, the real positive and negative values and PER efficiency values ranked third, first and third respectively in the league.(Rosen)