Stephen A. and Max disagree about Chris Paul’s NBA MVP chances | First Take

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    Stephen A. and Max disagree about Chris Paul’s NBA MVP chances | First Take

    Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate Chris Paul’s candidacy for the NBA MVP Award.

    #FirstTake #NBA

    0:00 Max Kellerman does not think Chris Paul has an actual chance to win MVP.

    1:26 Stephen A. Smith does not rule out CP3 as an MVP contender.

    3:56 Max does not see how Paul could win over Nikola Jokic and other MVP candidates.

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