According to Stephen A. Smith, Jayson Tatum is the front-runner to win MVP.

Over half of the NBA regular season has already ended. According to ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, Jayson Tatum is in the lead for MVP.


Over 35.8 minutes per game this season, Tatum is averaging 27.1 points, 8.6 rebounds, and 4.8 assists. The 2024 NBA All-Star Game will feature the St. Louis native starting at the point.

Smith explained why he believes Tatum is the front-runner for MVP, as first take was able to capture.


With Joel Embiid sidelined, Jayson Tatum is my top pick for league MVP. I apologize, but is winning important? Is it important to be the top player on the best team? It does, in my opinion.

The Boston Celtics have the best record in the NBA with a 43-12 record. Smith believes that the MVP competition should take team success into account.


“I have a sibling who played in the NBA last year and scored 30 points a night on average. His average is presently 27. Here are the numbers I have. Along with Embiid, Luka, and Giannis, Tatum is one of four NBA players who averages 27 and 8 rebounds per game. We are aware that Boston is not the same as Philadelphia, Milwaukee, or Dallas. They lead the NBA in record holders. The Eastern Conference has given them a six-game lead.


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