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List of NBA MVP’s

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Below is a plain text list of all NBA MVP’s in chronological order. This list starts with Bob Petit in 1956 and ends with the most recent MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo in 2019. We will update this list after the 2020 NBA season if and when that happens.

Please note that we counted some names multiple times (and many times consecutively) in order to make the list accurate. Below this list we will include a list with the names but also the years, and country of origin.

Bob Pettit
Bob Cousy
Bill Russell
Bob Pettit
Wilt Chamberlain
Bill Russell
Bill Russell
Bill Russell
Oscar Robertson
Bill Russell
Wilt Chamberlain
Wilt Chamberlain
Wilt Chamberlain
Wes Unseld
Willis Reed
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Dace Cowens
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Bob McAdoo
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Bill Walton
Moses Malone
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Julius Erving
Moses Malone
Moses Malone
Larry Bird
Larry Bird
Larry Bird
Magic Johnson
Michael Jordan
Magic Johnson
Magic Johnson
Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan
Charles Barkley
Hakeem Olajuwon
David Robinson
Michael Jordan
Karl Malone
Michael Jordan
Karl Malone
Shaquille O’Neal
Allen Iverson
Tim Duncan
Tim Duncan
Kevin Garnett
Steve Nash
Steve Nash
Dirk Nowitzki
Kobe Bryant
LeBron James
LeBron James
Derrick Rose
LeBron James
LeBron James
Kevin Durant
Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry
Russell Westbrook
James Harden
Giannis Antetokounmpo

List of NBA MVP’s By Country

1955-56: Bob Pettit (USA)
1956-57: Bob Cousy (USA)
1957-58: Bill Russell (USA)
1958-59: Bob Pettit (USA)
1959-60: Wilt Chamberlain (USA)
1960-61: Bill Russell (USA)
1961-62: Bill Russell (USA)
1962-63: Bill Russell (USA)
1963-64: Oscar Robertson (USA)
1964-65: Bill Russell (USA)
1965-66: Wilt Chamberlain (USA)
1966-67: Wilt Chamberlain (USA)
1967-68: Wilt Chamberlain (USA)
1968-69: Wes Unseld (USA)
1969-70: Willis Reed (USA)
1970-71: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA)
1971-72: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA)
1972-73: Dace Cowens (USA)
1973-74: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA)
1974-75: Bob McAdoo (USA)
1975-76: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA)
1976-77: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA)
1977-78: Bill Walton (USA)
1978-79: Moses Malone (USA)
1979-80: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA)
1980-81: Julius Erving (USA)
1981-82: Moses Malone (USA)
1982-83: Moses Malone (USA)
1983-84: Larry Bird (USA)
1984-85: Larry Bird (USA)
1985-86: Larry Bird (USA)
1986-87: Magic Johnson (USA)
1987-88: Michael Jordan (USA)
1988-89: Magic Johnson (USA)
1989-90: Magic Johnson (USA)
1990-91: Michael Jordan (USA)
1991-92: Michael Jordan (USA)
1992-93: Charles Barkley (USA)
1993-94: Hakeem Olajuwon (Nigeria)
1994-95: David Robinson (USA)
1995-96: Michael Jordan (USA)
1996-97: Karl Malone (USA)
1997-98: Michael Jordan (USA)
1998-99: Karl Malone (USA)
1999-2000: Shaquille O’Neal (USA)
2000-01: Allen Iverson (USA)
2001-02: Tim Duncan (USA)
2002-03: Tim Duncan (USA)
2003-04: Kevin Garnett (USA)
2004-05: Steve Nash (Canada)
2005-06: Steve Nash (Canada)
2006-07: Dirk Nowitzki (Germany)
2007-08: Kobe Bryant (USA)
2008-09: LeBron James (USA)
2009-10: LeBron James (USA)
2010-11: Derrick Rose (USA)
2011-12: LeBron James (USA)
2012-13: LeBron James (USA)
2013-14: Kevin Durant (USA)
2014-15: Stephen Curry (USA)
2015-16: Stephen Curry (USA)
2016-17: Russell Westbrook (USA)
2017-18: James Harden (USA)
2018-19: Giannis Antetokounmpo (Greece)

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