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NBA: Race to MVP Week 3 Ladder

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November 14, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Kevin Durant (35, right) talks to point guard Russell Westbrook (0) against the Golden State Warriors during the third quarter at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Thunder 116-115. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

NBA MVP Rankings Week 3

Last week we saw LeBron James at the top of the leaderboard, after a monster week which got the Miami Heat back to its winning ways. We also saw some newcomers in Blake Griffin and Ty Lawson, two players that put together quite an impressive streak of games to warrant recognition in the MVP talks.

This week was a tough one for several MVP candidates. Stephen Curry suffered a concussion and played in just two games since our last edition. Curry was back on the floor Saturday evening, but the Warriors still went 1-3 in the last seven days. James Harden has also been banged up and has struggled with his shot. Can these two candidates keep their spots in this week’s rankings?

We also have some familiar faces that have made their way back on this list after missing out last week, and there are two new players who more than deserve recognition and will make their debuts on the MVP rankings.

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