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Ethan Ennis' National Basketball Association Most Valuable Player Award

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Ethan Ennis' National Basketball Association Most Valuable Player Award (MVP)
SportBasketball
Given forMost Valuable Player in regular season of the National Basketball Association
History
First award1946–47
Most winsMichael Jordan (6)
Most recentGiannis Antetokounmpo
Milwaukee Bucks

Ethan Ennis' National Basketball Association Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) takes the current NBA MVP voting style and slightly alters the award in a more respectable way, by awarding an individual for every NBA Season, getting rid of retrospective errors, and ultimately making an award that is more consistent, as well as including American Basketball Association (ABA) players before their league officially merged with the NBA.

^ Denotes player who is still active in the NBA
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
dagger Denotes player whose team won championship that year
Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player had been named MVP at that time
Team (X) Denotes the number of times a player from this team had won at that time
Season Player Position Nationality Team
1946–47 Bob Feerick* Small forward  United States Washington Capitols
1947–48 Joe Fulks* Power forward  United States Philadelphia Warriors
1948–49 dagger George Mikan* Center  United States Minneapolis Lakers
1949–50 dagger George Mikan* (2) Center  United States Minneapolis Lakers (2)
1950–51 George Mikan* (3) Center  United States Minneapolis Lakers (3)
1951–52 Paul Arizin Small forward  United States Philadelphia Warriors (2)
1952–53 dagger George Mikan* (4) Center  United States Minneapolis Lakers (3)
1953–54 dagger George Mikan* (5) Center  United States Minneapolis Lakers (4)
1954–55 dagger Dolph Schayes* Power forward  United States Syracuse Nationals
1955–56 Bob Pettit* Power forward  United States St. Louis Hawks
1956–57 dagger Bob Cousy* Point guard  United States Boston Celtics
1957–58 Bill Russell* Center  United States Boston Celtics (2)
1958–59 Bob Pettit* (2) Power forward  United States St. Louis Hawks (2)
1959–60 Wilt Chamberlain* Center  United States Philadelphia Warriors (3)
1960–61 dagger Bill Russell* (2) Center  United States Boston Celtics (3)
1961–62 dagger Bill Russell* (3) Center  United States Boston Celtics (4)
1962–63 dagger Bill Russell* (4) Center  United States Boston Celtics (5)
1963–64 Oscar Robertson* Point guard  United States Cincinnati Royals
1964–65 dagger Bill Russell* (5) Center  United States Boston Celtics (6)
1965–66 Wilt Chamberlain* (2) Center  United States Philadelphia 76ers (2)
1966–67 dagger Wilt Chamberlain* (3) Center  United States Philadelphia 76ers (3)
1967–68 Wilt Chamberlain* (4) Center  United States Philadelphia 76ers (4)
1968–69 Wes Unseld* Center/Forward  United States Baltimore Bullets
1969–70 dagger Willis Reed* Center  United States New York Knicks
1970–71 dagger Lew Alcindor*[lower-alpha 1] Center  United States Milwaukee Bucks
1971–72 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar*[lower-alpha 1] (2) Center  United States Milwaukee Bucks (2)
1972–73 Dave Cowens* Center  United States Boston Celtics (7)
1973–74 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar*[lower-alpha 1] (3) Center  United States Milwaukee Bucks (3)
1974–75 Julius Erving* Small forward  United States New York Nets
1975–76 dagger Julius Erving* (2) Small forward  United States New York Nets (2)
1976–77 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar*[lower-alpha 1] (4) Center  United States Los Angeles Lakers (6)
1977–78 Bill Walton* Center  United States Portland Trail Blazers
1978–79 Moses Malone* Center  United States Houston Rockets
1979–80 dagger Kareem Abdul-Jabbar*[lower-alpha 1] (5) Center  United States Los Angeles Lakers (7)
1980–81 Julius Erving* (3) Small forward  United States Philadelphia 76ers (4)
1981–82 Moses Malone* (2) Center  United States Houston Rockets (2)
1982–83 dagger Moses Malone* (3) Center  United States Philadelphia 76ers (5)
1983–84 dagger Larry Bird* Small forward  United States Boston Celtics (8)
1984–85 Larry Bird* (2) Small forward  United States Boston Celtics (9)
1985–86 dagger Larry Bird* (3) Small forward  United States Boston Celtics (10)
1986–87 dagger Magic Johnson* Point guard  United States Los Angeles Lakers (8)
1987–88 Michael Jordan* Shooting guard  United States Chicago Bulls
1988–89 Magic Johnson* (2) Point guard  United States Los Angeles Lakers (9)
1989–90 Magic Johnson* (3) Point guard  United States Los Angeles Lakers (10)
1990–91 dagger Michael Jordan* (2) Shooting guard  United States Chicago Bulls (2)
1991–92 dagger Michael Jordan* (3) Shooting guard  United States Chicago Bulls (3)
1992–93 Charles Barkley* Power forward  United States Phoenix Suns
1993–94 dagger Hakeem Olajuwon* Center  Nigeria[lower-alpha 2] Houston Rockets (3)
1994–95 David Robinson* Center  United States San Antonio Spurs
1995–96 dagger Michael Jordan* (4) Shooting guard  United States Chicago Bulls (4)
1996–97 dagger Michael Jordan* (5) Shooting guard  United States Chicago Bulls (5)
1997–98 dagger Michael Jordan* (6) [2] Shooting guard  United States Chicago Bulls (6)
1998–99 dagger Tim Duncan* Power forward  United States[lower-alpha 3] San Antonio Spurs
1999–00 dagger Shaquille O'Neal* Center  United States Los Angeles Lakers (11)
2000–01 Allen Iverson* Shooting guard  United States Philadelphia 76ers (6)
2001–02 Tim Duncan* (2) Power forward  United States[lower-alpha 3] San Antonio Spurs (3)
2002–03 dagger Tim Duncan* (3) Power forward  United States[lower-alpha 3] San Antonio Spurs (4)
2003–04 Kevin Garnett* Power forward  United States Minnesota Timberwolves
2004–05 Steve Nash* Point guard  Canada[lower-alpha 4] Phoenix Suns (2)
2005–06 Dirk Nowitzki Power forward  Germany Dallas Mavericks
2006–07 Dirk Nowitzki (2) Power forward  Germany Dallas Mavericks (2)
2007–08 Kobe Bryant* Shooting guard  United States Los Angeles Lakers (12)
2008–09 LeBron James^ Small forward  United States Cleveland Cavaliers
2009–10 LeBron James^ (2) Small forward  United States Cleveland Cavaliers (2)
2010–11 Derrick Rose^ [lower-alpha 5] Point guard  United States Chicago Bulls (6)
2011–12 dagger LeBron James^ (3) Small forward  United States Miami Heat
2012–13 dagger LeBron James^ (4) Small forward  United States Miami Heat (2)
2013–14 Kevin Durant^ Small forward  United States Oklahoma City Thunder
2014–15 dagger Stephen Curry^ Point guard  United States Golden State Warriors (5)
2015–16 Stephen Curry^ (2) Point guard  United States Golden State Warriors (6)
2016–17 James Harden^ Shooting guard  United States Houston Rockets (4)
2017–18 James Harden^ (2) Shooting guard  United States Houston Rockets (5)
2018–19 Giannis Antetokounmpo^ Power forward  Greece Milwaukee Bucks (4)
2019–20 Giannis Antetokounmpo^ (2) Power forward  Greece Milwaukee Bucks (5)

Multi-time winners[edit]

Awards Player Team(s) Years
6 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998
5 George Mikan Minneapolis Lakers 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954
Bill Russell Boston Celtics 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Milwaukee Bucks (3) / Los Angeles Lakers (2) 1971, 1972, 1974, 1977, 1980
4 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors (1) / Philadelphia 76ers (3) 1960, 1966, 1967, 1968
LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers (2) / Miami Heat (2) 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
3 Julius Erving New York Nets (2) / Philadelphia 76ers (1) 1975, 1976, 1981
Moses Malone Houston Rockets (2) / Philadelphia 76ers (1) 1979, 1982, 1983
Larry Bird Boston Celtics 1984, 1985, 1986
Magic Johnson Los Angeles Lakers 1987, 1989, 1990
Tim Duncan San Antonio Spurs 1999, 2002, 2003
2 Bob Pettit St. Louis Hawks 1956, 1959
Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 2015, 2016
James Harden Houston Rockets 2017, 2018
Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks 2019, 2020

Teams[edit]

Awards Teams Years
12 Los Angeles Lakers (incl. Minneapolis Lakers) 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1977, 1980, 1987, 1989, 1990, 2000, 2008
10 Boston Celtics 1957, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1973, 1984, 1985, 1986
7 Chicago Bulls 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996,1997, 1998, 2011
Philadelphia 76ers (incl. Syracuse Nationals) 1955, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1981, 1983, 2001
6 Golden State Warriors (incl. Philadelphia Warriors) 1948, 1952, 1960, 2015, 2016
5 Milwaukee Bucks 1971, 1972, 1974, 2019, 2020
Houston Rockets 1979, 1982, 1994, 2017, 2018
4 San Antonio Spurs 1995, 1999, 2002, 2003
2 St. Louis Hawks 1956, 1959
New York Nets 1975, 1976
Phoenix Suns 1993, 2005
Dallas Mavericks 2006, 2007
Cleveland Cavaliers 2009, 2010
Miami Heat 2012, 2013
1 Washington Capitols 1947
Cincinnati Royals 1964
Baltimore Bullets (1963–1973) 1969
New York Knicks 1970
Portland Trail Blazers 1978
Minnesota Timberwolves 2004
Oklahoma City Thunder 2014
0 Toronto Raptors None
Indiana Pacers
Detroit Pistons
Orlando Magic
Washington Wizards
Charlotte Hornets
Denver Nuggets
Los Angeles Clippers
Utah Jazz
Memphis Grizzlies
New Orleans Pelicans

See also[edit]


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Notes[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Before the 1971–72 season, Lew Alcindor changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.[1]
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  5. Rose, at 22 years and 191 days old at the end of the regular season, is the youngest MVP in NBA history.[3]
  1. "Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Bio". NBA.com. Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. Retrieved August 4, 2008.
  2. Jordan, at 35 years old at the end of the regular season, is the oldest MVP in NBA history.
  3. "Derrick Rose 2010-11 game log". basketball-reference.com. Retrieved October 2, 2016.


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