Now that basketball season is wrapping up, it's fair to ask what player deserves to be named the NBA MVP for the 2014-15 season. There are plenty of players that are in the conversation, but only a select few that can actually be considered serious candidates for the trophy. The odds-on favorite by many NBA analysts and prognosticators is Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry. He's a lights-out scorer, great passer and has proven under the coaching of Steve Kerr this season, a fantastic all-around player. Curry isn't alone in the NBA MVP chatter though. James Harden is a viable candidate, launching the Houston Rockets into a different stratosphere this season. The goes for his former teammate in Oklahoma City, Russell Westbrook who has put up eye-popping numbers without Kevin Durant for most of the season. But, you can never count out perennial favorite LeBron James and the rising Anthony Davis.
So, what player will win the NBA MVP for the 2014-15 season? That's up to you to decide. All of these players have had outstanding seasons, so you really can't go wrong.