Paul Earns Nod as NBA's Midseason MVP

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It would be surprising if the chant in Staples Center isn't loud and persistent by now.

And he's going to need it, limping as he was during Monday afternoon's loss at Golden State.

But if sports is all about winning and the pursuit of excellence, who has done it better this season?

"CP3, CP3, CP3."


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