Most valuable players of the last decade in the NBA, who are the most impressive basketball players

Every NBA season we have many amazing players that blow our mind with plays out of this world during the NBA games. Who doesn’t remember seeing Michael Jordan basically fly towards the net years ago? On this article we bring you the most incredible NBA players of these past 8 years. The Most Valuable Player of the NBA is an award that has been given to impressive players of each NBA season since 1956. The way they choose the NBA MVP is using the opinion of a selected group of sports journalists from the United States and Canada, although this hasn’t always been the way to choose the most valuable player.

Here is the compiled list of the NBA MVP’s of the 2000 decade so far:

  • 1999–00 Shaquille O’Neal for the Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2000–01 Allen Iverson for the Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2001–02 Tim Duncan for the San Antonio Spurs
  • 2002–03 Again we see Tim Duncan for the San Antonio Spurs
  • 2003–04 Kevin Garnett for the Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 2004–05 Steve Nash for the Phoenix Suns
  • 2005–06 Again Steve Nash for the Phoenix Suns
  • 2006–07 Dirk Nowitzkifor the Dallas Mavericks
  • 2007–08 Kobe Bryant playing for Los Angeles Lakers

We still need to see what surprises are in store during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 NBA season; my gut tells me we are going to be shocked by some of the newest NBA players and although in this least we can see that the Phoenix Suns, the Lakers and the Spurs have taken more than one NBA Most Valuable player title, some of the teams are coming stronger for sure this NBA season. We are need to keep our eyes wide open, one of the most loved professional US sports keep bringing international idols every year.

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