The 2016-17 NBA season is almost upon us, and the buzz surrounding the league is high.

In a poll conducted by USA Today and the Sporting News, two of the most respected publications in the business, the top-seeded Minnesota Timberwolves have emerged as the favorite to win the award.

The Wolves have been playing better and winning more games than any other team in the league, while they have also put up impressive numbers in their five games against the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat.

However, the Timberwolves are currently playing against an incredibly tough schedule, which means that the fans are expecting a lot more from their team in 2017-18.

That being said, if the Timberwolves were to win a game in the second half, the MVP votes would go to one of the other top teams in the Western Conference.

That’s exactly what we’ve seen, with three MVP votes going to the Denver Nuggets.

While the Nuggets have a great record, they have yet to make it past the second round of the playoffs in the past two seasons.

Denver has also been struggling mightily this season, and will have to make some tough decisions this off-season.

The Nuggets are looking to move on from Ty Lawson and Jamal Murray, who both suffered injuries in the first round of last year’s playoffs, but have already been replaced by Emmanuel Mudiay and Danilo Gallinari.

The new coaching staff, led by Ty Lawson, has made significant changes in the way the Nuggets play, and is likely to see the team move forward as a whole.

The most recent results of the poll show that Nuggets’ fans want more out of the team, which is a trend that’s likely to continue in 2017.

Another popular poll, conducted by and Sports Illustrated, shows that the Denver Broncos are the favorite for the award, with the team currently leading the Western conference in the polls.

While this team might have struggled to stay in the playoff picture, they still managed to reach the playoffs after losing to the San Francisco 49ers in the third round of their divisional round.

Denver was able to finish second in the AFC West and advance to the Super Bowl.

Despite the success they’ve had this season and the success of the new coaching group, it will be interesting to see if the team can repeat that success in the coming years. 

The Warriors, Cavaliers, and Thunder are the other teams that are in the mix for the MVP award, and while they’re in a different division, they are all looking to make the playoffs.

Both of these teams have been among the top teams of the Western division for a few seasons now, but are all on a different level in 2017 as well.

The Warriors are currently one of three teams in history to make at least the NBA Finals each year.

Their record of 82-6 is unmatched by any other NBA team, and they will have an incredible challenge to face in the playoffs this season.

The Cavaliers are currently third in the NBA in scoring at 114.5 points per game.

The Cavs are led by Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, and Tristan Thompson, who have all played at least 20 minutes per game in each of the past three seasons.

The team has also added two new players in Kyrie, who will be playing for the first time in a Warriors uniform, and DeAndre Jordan, who is joining the Cavaliers after being traded from the Dallas Mavericks.

This roster will have the potential to make a run in the postseason, and it is expected that both teams will win a few games this season as a result. 

Finally, the Thunder will be looking to continue their streak of winning at least three games for the second consecutive season, which has been a consistent feature of their season.

Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka are all back from injury and have been an absolute force in Oklahoma City.

The Thunder currently sit in second place in the West and will need to be aggressive in their attempts to make up ground in the standings. 

Overall, the 2018-19 season is shaping up to be the year that we see the return of the All-Stars.

With the new coaches in place and a new system, the Oklahoma City Thunder could have an unbelievable season.

This year’s MVP vote is set to begin on March 15 and is expected to finish on May 15. 

For more information on this season’s MVP voting, you can visit our All-NBA voting page.