Shine trader limited reports：
The Clippers defeated the Timberwolves 126-115 today and won two consecutive victories, with a record of 3 wins and 4 losses. The ranking has risen and it has entered the top eight in the Western Conference.
George is still very strong today. He played 11 of 18 shots in 35 minutes, 4 of 8 three-pointers, 6 of 6 free throws, 32 points, 6 rebounds and 8 assists. This is the third consecutive game that George has scored 30+.
After today’s game, George’s season scoring average came to 28.9 points, temporarily overpowering Durant and Curry, ranking first in the league. In addition, George’s shooting percentage and three-point shooting percentage reached 50% and 42% respectively, and he averaged 7.7 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game. With such performance, George is enough to become an MVP candidate.
At the beginning of the season, due to Leonard’s absence, the Clippers’ record performance was very mediocre, with only 1 win and 4 losses at one time, ranking last in the West. But fortunately, with George leading the team, the Clippers are gradually on track.
For George, Leonard’s absence brought him a lot of pressure, but it was also his opportunity. Without Leonard, George is the only core of the Clippers. He will have more performance opportunities, and if he seizes the opportunity, George may compete for MVP.
During the Thunder period, George played an MVP-level performance , and was selected for a double team , and became the top three candidates for the MVP. Therefore, in terms of strength, George can reach the MVP level. If the Clippers record can be better, then George has great hopes of getting the MVP.
Of course, without Leonard, it would be more difficult for George to lead the Clippers to a good record. This requires George to play better and make greater efforts and sacrifices. But as long as George can do this, he is expected to get the MVP, and Leonard has not won the MVP yet in his career.
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