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Shannon Sharpe reacts to Kevin Durant being named favorite to win MVP while LeBron James ranks 7th I UNDISPUTED

The latest preseason poll unveiled the top candidates most likely to win MVP. Kevin Durant received 38 percent of the votes as he finished in first place while LeBron James didn’t even crack the top 5 as he placed seventh. Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Nets are predicted to win it all though as they received 79 percent of the votes while the Los Angeles Lakers placed second with just 16 percent. Hear Shannon Sharpe defend LeBron James while Skip Bayless agrees that KD will win MVP.

3 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:30

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Skip Bayless: Tom Brady deserves Offensive Player of the Week honors; he will win MVP this year and go 20-0 I UNDISPUTED

Tom Brady’s performance against the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL’s season opener earned him Offensive Player of the Week honors from Pro Football Focus. The 44-year-old quarterback threw for 379 yards and four touchdowns during a 31-29 win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Skip Bayless explains why Brady deserves the honors, along with what it means for the quarterback and Bucs this season.

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Marcellus Wiley: Tom Brady won’t be in the MVP conversation again, but the rings will keep adding up I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

According to Fox Bet Sportsbook, Tom Brady has the fourth best odds to win the regular season MVP award this season. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ quarterback is only trailing Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers, and Josh Allen. Brady is fresh off his seventh Super Bowl title, but is also 44 years old. Marcellus Wiley explains why Brady ‘won’t be in the MVP conversation this season or ever again.’

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LaVar Arrington: Aaron Rodgers is capable of duplicating his MVP season with Packers I UNDISPUTED

According to our very own, Jay Glazer, Aaron Rodgers has a verbal agreement with the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay will trade the reigning MVP in 2022 if he still wants out. It remains to be seen if that will actually happen with previous reports indicating the Packers agreed to trade Rodgers BEFORE only to not follow through. For now, the 37-year-old QB will focus on trying to bring the Lombardi back to Green Bay. Hear what Chris Broussard, LaVar Arrington, and Jason McIntyre have to say about Rodgers’ situation with the Green Bay Packers.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:11

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LaVar Arrington: Aaron Rodgers’ deal is a win-win for giving the Packers more money & a voice for the MVP I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

It has been anything but quiet in Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers aired out his issues to the media and now, according to reports, he also re-worked his deal. Reports say that the final year of his (2023) will be voided. The Packers will save about $10 million in cap space this season. LaVar Arrington reacts to the MVP’s reworked deal and explain why it’s a win for both Green Bay and Rodgers.

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Skip Bayless: I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom Brady wins MVP at age 44 I UNDISPUTED

Tom Brady is set to turn 44 years old in 2 weeks, right as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be getting underway with training camp to defend their Super Bowl title. But Brady doesn’t see himself slowing down anytime soon. After publicly saying he wants to play until he’s 45 years old, now TB12 has opened the door to playing to 46 or even past that point, telling Jim Gray in an interview quote ‘It’s more about, ‘Am I at championship level as a quarterback?’ And if I am, I’m gonna play and I’m gonna compete, because I love it.’ Hear whether Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe believe Brady can play in the NFL at age 46.

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John Smoltz on Shohei Ohtani’s historical year on the mound and batter’s box : ‘Give him the MVP right now’ I THE HERD

John Smoltz joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the hottest MLB topics in the summer of the slugger, including Shohei Ohtani’s historical year on the mound and in the batter’s box. Hear what Smoltz has to say about Ohtani as a pitcher and a hitter, including why he feels the dual player should be ‘penciled in as MVP right now.’

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Skip Bayless: I’m taking Joel Embiid over the MVP Nikola Jokić | UNDISPUTED

The NBA announced Denver Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic was named MVP yesterday, getting 91 of the 100 first-place votes to win in a landslide. Jokic became the first center since Shaq to win the award, and is also the lowest draft pick– 41st overall in 2014 — to ever get the honor. Philadelphia 76ers’ big man Joel Embiid finished 2nd in overall voting, and admitted last night that the loss was quote ‘disappointing.’ But, he went on to say that he’s got bigger team priorities, adding ‘If and when I’m holding that [Larry O’Brien] Trophy, anything else won’t matter.’ Hear who Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe believe is the better player; Nikola Jokic or Joel Embiid.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:24

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Nick Wright understands the MVP case for Steph Curry: 'But he doesn't get my vote" | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Steph Curry put the Golden State Warriors on his back and carried them to the playoffs after winning the scoring title with 46 points in season finale vs the Memphis Grizzlies. Los Angeles Lakers’ star LeBron James called Steph the MVP of our league, and Ja Morant tweets there’s no debate that Steph is the MVP. Nick Wright breaks down why he understands the MVP case for Steph, but still gives his vote to Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns.

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