I don't know about that guys. You stick Kobe Bryant on the most any NBA team and he would be very, very valuable don't you think?
Of course he would. But that doesn't mean he'll win the MVP. Being a lifetime fan of Michael Jordan, I know how the voters work. Realistically, Jordan should've been the MVP every season he played in (except for his first two seasons, his first comeback season, and the Washington Wizards years) ... but he "only" won the award five times. In 1989, Jordan played point guard for half of the season. He averaged (AVERAGED!!!) 32.5 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assits for an entire season, and he didn't win the MVP award. That year, he had something like 15+ triple doubles, and a string of 7 or 8 games straight with a TD. Still no MVP. The award doesn't always go to the best player ... as exibited last year by Steve Nash winning it.