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Antetokounmpo is setting career highs in points (28.3 per game, second-most in NBA behind James Harden), rebounds (10.1) and true shooting percentage (62 percent).
New England scored a league-high 2.6 points per drive during the regular season, and Brady was the most-valuable cog in that offense.
According to ESPN's win probability, Vikings had a 4 percent chance of winning the game before Diggs's touchdown catch.
The Warriors are outscoring opponents by 10.5 net points per 100 possessions, almost three points higher than the Rockets and Raptors, who are second and third, respectively.
The Jaguars are allowing a league-low 68.5 passer rating, which should be enough to upend the Steelers.
The Lightning have a 12-point lead in their division with a league-leading goal differential of plus-53, 23 goals higher than the next-best team.
The Raiders are coming off a dismal 6-10 record and have just one playoff appearance since losing to Gruden's Bucs in 2002.
James satisfies two requirements essential for any MVP candidate: he is the best player in the league and the biggest contributor to team wins.
Newton was named the 2015 MVP. He has been average or below average in four out of the other six seasons.
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