Has Joel Embiid Been Declared NBA MVP Over Nikola Jokic?

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Has Joel Embiid Been Declared NBA MVP Over Nikola Jokic

The storylines presented by the media and the exhaustion felt by voters as a result of Nikola Jokic’s dominance throughout the previous two seasons could increase Joel Embiid’s chances of winning MVP this season. On the other hand, it’s not something the big guy hasn’t deserved for a very long time. Fans of the Nuggets can wallow in self-pity as much as they like, but nothing short of a miracle will prevent this from occurring. After all, at this point, it’s only a matter of time before he is recognized as the game’s most valuable player (MVP).

On the other hand, the other candidates are still in the speculation stage, while some sources claim that the man has already been established as a successful candidate. So, what exactly is going on in this situation? Has Embiid already been given the award? Or is this an effective attempt at trolling on the part of a subset of the NBA community?

Is Joel Embiid already the Most Valuable Player of the Game?

From the very beginning of this post, you have already had some idea of what is taking place here. Yet, for those of you who are even more perplexed than a vagrant who is being held in his own home, the following tweet is for you.

Yes. Once again, one of the prominent troll accounts took the entirety of the NBA community on Twitter, and they fell for it. However, to be fair to everyone concerned, this is the same account that was answered the last time correctly. Hence, they may have some information that we don’t have.

Despite this, though, Joel Embiid has not yet been selected as the NBA’s Most Valuable Player for the 2022–2023 season. Despite this, the honor will be bestowed upon the man.

What was Joel Embiid’s season average for points and rebounds?

Joel Embiid had a season in which he played 66 games and finished with an average of 33.1 points, 10.2 rebounds, 4.2 assists, one steal, and 1.7 blocks per game. In addition, the man shot 54.8% from the field, 33% from three, and 85.7% from the free throw line.