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How do you define an MVP's 'value'?

Updated: May 6, 2013, 11:34 AM ET

Nearly everyone with a vote for the NBA Most Valuable Player award voted for the obvious -- LeBron James. Only one writer did not -- the Boston Globe's Gary Washburn. Usually, when something like this happens, it turns out to be a writer voting for a player on the team he covers the most, but that's not the case with Washburn. He went on "SportsCenter" Monday to explain his vote, saying that he placed more importance on Anthony's value to the Knicks than James' overall excellence. ...

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