You had one job Mr. NBA Analyst, and it was to pick the right person for the league's MVP. The right person? Clearly LeBron James. He was a frontrunner for the award, and in fact, he probably should've been the unanimous vote for the MVP. James would've have been the first unanimous MVP in the award's history.
But nope. For whatever reason, this one unnamed analyst decided Carmelo Anthony was the better candidate and voted for him. He was the only one out of the 121 analysts to think so. Also, someone voted Ty Lawson as a fifth-place candidate and three others voted Stephen Curry (who didn't make All-Star team) in the same spot. C'mon guys.
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[via Yahoo! Sports]