Kevin Durant MVP award presentation live stream: Watch online


May 3, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) reacts after making a three point shot against the Memphis Grizzlies during the second quarter in game seven of the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

It is finally official, Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant has won the 2013-14 NBA Most Valuable Player award. Durant reportedly received 119 of 125 first place votes in a dominant result.

Miami Heat superstar LeBron James said it was well deserved, a nod to arguably his biggest threat for the “best player in the league” title. There will be an MVP Award presentation later this afternoon, and fans can watch it all online.

Date: May 6
Time: 3:30 CT
Live Stream: NBA TV or the Thunder’s website

 

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  • Real M-Fing talk !!!

    Why not wait until OKC’s first home game, what’s the big rush? oh i know… the NBA would look stupid handing over the MVP award to a guy just before his team gets crushed on the court, leave it to the NBA always thinking one step a head.. look for Durant to be at the line at least 15 times in OKC next game…. lol

    saying all that…. I would like to be the first person to congratulate Durant Lebron on winning his 6th MVP, yes i said 6th, history will no doubt get it wrong but those who watched the games will get it right !!! and who has more impact on a game than Lebron and MVP is all about impact Although one of his MVP is in the home of a soft girl scout cookie selling quitter with the heart of a Pillsbury doughboy boy and the toughness of rose petals and his other MVP will be given to a volume shooting, phantom foul getting 10 plus free throws a game from the refs so the NBA has another player to market, ignoring the fact he hides on defense, has little to no impact on the game if he is not hitting shots and does not make his teammates better…. those six voters got it right, they seem to be only 6 bright enough to really see through the hype….after OKC is eliminated in the post season, I promise that you will not hear those 6 voters making excuses for Durant, placing the blame on Brooks and Westbrook… the MVP should be about marketing your best player, if you exchange Lebron for any team’s starting small forward in this years playoffs – Atlanta included that team at least makes the finals, you cannot say that about Durant.

    if the NBA wants to get together and give Durant some sort of gold star big boy award for being the best player on his team i am fine with that, but the MVP is mans award, ignore the silly numbers like Durant scores 25+ points in 40 straight game… those are people in the media trying to talk down to you !… Durant takes 21 shots, 10 free throws a games, he should be getting 25+ points a game !!!… Durant needed 400 more shots to get 82 more buckets than lebron a player who leads his team in points, rebounds, assist and is his teams best defender, if that’s not what a MVP is , then tell me what is a MVP?

  • Layton Harman

    Will Kevin Durant be able to avoid joining this list once his career is over? http://kcsportsninja.com/10-of-the-greatest-basketball-players-to-never-win-a-nba-championship/