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After sitting out five games with an injured knee, Zion Williamson made his return felt in a big way, leading Duke to the ACC tournament title and earning MVP honors.
At best, former Duke basketball one-and-done Brandon Ingram is a darkhorse candidate to snag the NBA’s Most Valuable Player honor this season, his second with the New Orleans Pelicans after spending his first three years as a pro with the Los Angeles Lakers. But any awards talk for the league’s 2019-20 Most Improved Player is obviously premature. ALSO READ: The 100 greatest Blue Devils under Coach K.
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2017-18 Duke Men's Basketball Award Winners. Swett-Baylin Award (Most Valuable Player): Marvin Bagley III. Dr. Deryl Hart Award (Top Scholar-Athlete): Grayson Allen
Duke basketball star still playing at MVP level. Despite LeBron James becoming the new favorite for the Most Valuable Player Award, Jayson Tatum still continues to play at an All-NBA level, averaging 26.3 points per game since his return from Covid. ALSO READ: Duke legend could soon be traded back to contender.
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The former Duke Basketball star Jayson Tatum has shown flashes of brilliance early in his NBA career, and an MVP trophy may be in his future. After only one full year in the NBA, most readers are probably wondering, “How does Jayson Tatum have MVP potential already, in just his second year?” Five words: WATCH LAST YEAR’S PLAYOFF TAPE.