Hoopsworld.com's Bill Ingram writes about several NBA related issues in his latest column. Let's take a closer look.
On MVP Award: Ingram believes that given last year's too-close-to-call MVP race between Kevin Durant and LeBron James, it might be time for the league to institute a dual MVP award. Ingram believes that since the goal for every player in the league is to win a championship, whoever wins the NBA Finals MVP might as well be the true indicator of who the league's best player is. He suggests that for the regular season, two MVP awards should be distributed to the best player in each conference.
On the Rockets: With a loaded roster heading into training camp, the Rockets have seven or eight players guaranteed a spot, and nearly 10 others who'll be fighting to make the team. Ingram writes that with a wide open power forward position, players such as Patrick Patterson, Royce White, and Donatas Motiejunas will fight for a starting spot.