Second no more.
Kevin Durant is the 2013-14 Most Valuable Player, the league announced on Tuesday.
Durant picked up 119 out of 125 possible first place votes, topping LeBron James, Blake Griffin and Joakim Noah.
The six LeBron votes: Bill Land (Spurs announcer), Bob Fitzgerald (Warriors), Cedric Maxwell (WEEI), Grant Napear (Kings), Steve Holman (Hawks) and Al McCoy (Suns). (Here’s the full media voting breakdown.)
Durant averaged a career-high 32.0 points per game, with 7.4 rebounds and 5.5 assists, while also winning his fourth scoring title. He’s only the fourth player ever to average those numbers over a season joining Wilt Chamberlain, Elgin Baylor and Michael Jordan.
Durant led the league in Win Shares, PER and basically every other advanced metric there is that says you’re good.
Here’s how the voting broke down: