The 25 Best MVP Seasons in NBA History

7. Michael Jordan (1992)

Team: Chicago Bulls
Stats: 80 G, 38.8 MPG, 30.1 PPG, 6.4 RPG, 6.1 APG, 2.3 SPG, 0.9 BPG
Player Efficiency Rating: 27.7

After winning his first NBA title in 1991, Jordan followed up that incredible effort with his second consecutive MVP season. He won yet another scoring championship to go along with his usually strong output of rebounds, assists and steals, establishing himself as the league's marquee star and effectively seizing the throne from Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. The Bulls improved as a team as well, setting a new franchise best with 67 wins and winning their second consecutive championship after Jordan (complete with "Shrug Game" heroics) led them past the Trailblazers in six games.

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