I doubt Iverson and LeBron will have enough W's to be considered too seriously. Shaq and Wade will split a lot of the Heat votes, as will Amare and Nash for the Suns, which may just let Duncan sneak in for his third.
I agree with this too. I think Amare and Nash will split a lot of votes, same with Shaq and Wade. It's hard to be the league MVP if you might not even be your team's MVP.
I'll guess that Duncan, LeBron, and Iverson have the best shots at the MVP.
Iverson is scoring a ton and is at the top with assists. King James has turned around a once hopeless franchise. But, like J-MAC pointed out, they both might not have enough wins when compared to the other teams (Miami, Spurs, Suns).
If this were baseball (where MVP means "Flashiest Offensive Player regardless of team performance"), I'd give the award to King James. He's the most valuable to the game and it's future in terms of leading the next batch of super-stars.
However, since this is the NBA MVP (where TEAM performance actually matters to the MVP vote) I have to give the nod to Duncan. He's is leading the Spurs to the best in the west alone without a Nash/Amare helper. Near the top in scoring and rebounds, I think it's his.