You know where Iím getting at. I really donít like LBJ (not that it matters anyway), but letís be real: if the award was given to the actual most valuable player in the finals, he would have 2-3 more no doubt (2014 instead of young Kawhi, 2015 instead of Iguodala and possibly 2017 or especially 2018 instead of Durant) This isnít even a huge what-if, the man could (should?) be sitting on 7 finals mvpís rn.
Jordan was also the best player for most of (if not all) the playoff series he lost in. So thats a weak argument
Dude in 17 KD went 35/8/5 on 56/47/93 lol In 18 he went 29/11/8 on 53/41/96
Thing that actually exists: Mythical Thing you just made up: True
Kawhi deserved it in 2014 and so did KD in 17 and 18.15 is the only one up for debate.