Nikola Jokic of Denver Nuggets wins second NBA MVP Award

Nikola Jokic, the center-forward Denver Nuggets with the most recent race and stroke-killing spell on guard, won the NBA’s Most Valueable Player Award for the second season in a row.

Jokic, 27, received 65 of the 100 first-place votes. Last season, it was the best choice of 91 out of 101 voters by members of the media and fans voting.

The 6-foot-11 Jokic stands out from the big men with the fact that he can score from the inside and hit the boards, still hitting from the outside and finding open friends. He averaged 27.1 points per game during the regular season, the second most in the standings, after Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, who led the team and finished second. with 26 primary polling stations. Jokic is one of the best in the service space, with 7.9 per game.

His ability to hold the ball and make crossings, reversals and floaters with one hand can be like a water polo player, a Jokic favorite game as a child in Serbia, the park is very popular. His combination of skills has made him a key figure in the Nuggets ’sixth offense.

Jokic stats during the regular season have kept up with seasonal MVP figures, and he has increased his defense back to 11 games by 8. He is in the top 10 in the league. points, helps and rework.

He became the first player in NBA history with 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 500 assists per season. Only Wilt Chamberlain, Kevin Garnett and Oscar Robertson came in at about 10 percent of the three figures in a single season.

Jokic was a 19-year-old playing for Mega Basket of Serbia in the Adriatic League when the Nuggets recorded his second in 2014. Jusuf Nurkic and Gary Harris, Denver first-rounders that year went through trade with Chicago, draw the attention, while the Jokic is considered a viable option.

He came to the NBA in the 2015-16 season and finished third in the polls of the year, averaging 10 points per game. By his fourth season, in 2018-19, he had averaged 20.1 points per game and was named All-Star. That season, he brought the Nuggets to their home ground for the first time in six years and their first game win in 10. Denver made it to the final meeting in 2019-20 .

The loss of manager Jamal Murray for the 2021-22 season to a knee injury was a blow to the Nuggets, and as a seed in the Western Conference playoffs, they lost in the first round to the Golden Boot. State that has risen in time, four games for one.

The future of Nuggets will always look bright with the Jokic of the name. It said last month that he intends to sign a supermax contract to continue with the group. Jokic said, “If the request is on the table I will accept it,” Jokic said.

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