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MVP

abbr. Sports
most valuable player
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MVP

(in the US and Australia) abbreviation for
(General Sporting Terms) most valuable player: the man or woman judged to be the outstanding player in a sport during a particular season or championship
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MVP

or M.V.P.,

Most Valuable Player.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.MVP - the player judged to be the most important to the sport
player, participant - a person who participates in or is skilled at some game
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MVPs also receive early access to technology through a variety of programs offered by Microsoft, which keeps them on the cutting edge of the software and hardware industry.
The unfortunate Williams should have won back-to-back MVPs in 1949 and 1950, but in 1950, he broke his elbow in the All-Star Game and only got into 89 games.
Those four MVPs had a pattern: Fajardo winning the Philippine Cup BPC and the Beermen claiming the conference.
James, who recently won his fourth MVP award and led the Heat to its second straight NBA title in June, (http://www.latinospost.com/articles/24487/20130726/lebron-james-dethrones-kobe-bryant-nba-s-popular-player.htm) collected 13 per cent (12.9) of votes, just 0.4 per cent ahead of Bryant (12.5) - the NBA's most favorite baller in five of the last six seasons.
And she added another hardware to her collection Thursday night, taking home the MVP in the Philippine Super Liga All-Filipino Conference Thursday after helping Petron dethrone F2 Logistics in five sets, 26-24, 24-26, 24-26, 25-23, 15-11, in the finals.
Currently the record holder for most career MVPs with four, Manning could earn his fifth with the Broncos at 9-3 and also in contention for a first-round bye.
On a different level all season long, Bobby Ray Parks was named as the 2017 ASEAN Basketball League Local MVP Sunday at OCBC Arena in Singapore.
In New York, the drums have been beating for more than a month now, and the chanting says "Granderson for MVP! Granderson for MVP!" But does Curtis Granderson, the man who is burning up the plate and fiercely patrolling center field this season for the Yankees, stack up against recent recipients of Major League Baseball's Most Valuable Player award?
But when Fajardo received his third straight PBA MVP award during the Leo Awards at Smart Araneta Coliseum, it still came as a shock to the 26-year-old center out of Cebu.
Rondina, who stands at 5-foot-6, is set to be named the MVP of the UAAP Season 81 women's volleyball tournament after leading University of Santo Tomas to its second Final Four sint in five years.
After he won his first MVP award, I said that barring injuries, he will easily win six to eight MVPs especially now that no one else comes close to his daily performances."