NBA All-Star Game MVP Odds


HOUSTON, TX (TheSpread) – The best of the NBA compete in tonight’s NBA All-Star Game. Who will come out as the best of the best, and win the MVP Award?

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According to oddsmakers at, LeBron James is the favorite to take home the MVP Award, as he has 9/2 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Kevin Durant (5/1) and Kobe Bryant (15/2). Clearly winning the game will be a big part of getting the MVP. The West has won the last two years.

James is a two-time All-Star MVP winner. He last won in 2008. He comes into the game as the favorite to win the NBA MVP honor for his impressive numbers. James is averaging 27.6 points, 7.2 rebounds and 6.9 assists per game this season for Miami.

Durant won the MVP Award last year as he led the West to a victory. Durant is averaging 29.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game this season for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Kobe is a 4-time winner of the All-Star Game MVP Award. He last won in 2011. Kobe comes in with some extra motivation as the Lakers are struggling right now and Kobe may be looking to build some momentum for the team in the second half of the season. Bryant is averaging 26.8 points, 5.6 assists and 5.3 rebounds per game this season.

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The 2013 NBA All-Star Game will take place on Sunday night at 8PM ET from the Toyota Center in Houston. The event will air live on TNT. For the odds for each competitor to win this year’s NBA All-Star Game MVP, see below.

2013 NBA All-Star Game MVP Odds

LeBron James (East) 9/2 

Kevin Durant (West) 5/1 

Kobe Bryant (West) 15/2  

Carmelo Anthony (East) 9/1

James Harden (West) 9/1 

Dwyane Wade (East) 14/1 

Blake Griffin (West) 14/1  

Kyrie Irving (East) 15/1

Chris Paul (West) 16/1

Russell Westbrook (West) 18/1  

Dwight Howard (West) 20/1 

Tony Parker (West) 20/1

Kevin Garnett (East) 22/1  

Jrue Holiday (East) 25/1 

Brook Lopez (East) 25/1 

LaMarcus Aldridge (West) 25/1 

Chris Bosh (East) 30/1 

Paul George (East) 35/1 

Zach Randolph (West) 35/1 

David Lee (West) 45/1 

Luol Deng (East) 45/1 

Tyson Chandler (East) 50/1 

Joakim Noah (East) 50/1 

Tim Duncan (West) 60/1

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