February 26, 2012; Orlando FL, USA; Eastern Conference forward LeBron James (6) of the Miami Heat hugs Western Conference forward Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder (35) after Durant won the MVP award at the 2012 NBA All-Star Game at the Amway Center. The Western Conference all-stars defeated the Eastern Conference all-stars 152-149. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

NBA All-Star Weekend: All-Star Game MVP Odds


The folks over at Bovada have released their most recent odds for the three main events at All-Star Weekend – the Three Point Contest, the Slam Dunk Contest and the actual All-Star Game itself and they were kind of enough to send those odds over.

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, who has been on an absolute tear, is the favorite to win MVP of the All-Star Game while Miami Heat forward LeBron James isn’t far behind. The surprise are the odds that New Orleans Pelicans’ big man Anthony Davis has – he was not originally an All-Star and was selected as a replacement.

Last year’s MVP, Los Angeles Clippers’ point guard Chris Paul, has 18/1 odds.

Odds to win 2014 NBA All Star Game MVP      

Kevin Durant (West)                   3/1

LeBron James (East)                 7/2

Anthony Davis (West)                 17/2

Carmelo Anthony (East)             10/1

Stephen Curry (West)                 11/1

Paul George (East)                    12/1

Blake Griffin (West)                   12/1

Kevin Love (West)                     14/1

Kyrie Irving (East)                      16/1

Chris Paul (West)                       18/1

LaMarcus Aldridge (West)          20/1

James Harden (West)                25/1

John Wall (East)                        25/1

Dwyane Wade (East)                 25/1

Chris Bosh (East)                      30/1

Tony Parker (West)                    35/1

Damian Lillard (West)                 35/1

Dwight Howard (West)               35/1

Joakim Noah (East)                   45/1

Dirk Nowitzki (West)                  50/1

Roy Hibbert (East)                     70/1

DeMar DeRozan (East)              70/1

Joe Johnson (East)                   70/1

Paul Millsap (East)                    70/1

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