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Great research here, and I agree with your choice of Feerick. However, I'll have to disagree with assigning Fulks as a co-MVP, mainly because I disagree with "Again, I can’t in good conscience declare one of these players better than the other this season, so they both get the MVP."
I suggest that MVP's are awarded to the "best winner", not the "best player" (yes, there are nuances to this "rule" to be argued ad nauseam). Among NBA & ABA MVP's, 84% of the winners were on teams with either the best or 2nd-best record, and Feerick's Capitols had a commanding lead over the rest of the league in 1947.
I can't wait to read about the rest of your choices, and compare to my list! In particular, I'm interested to see what you have to say about those playing for the Royals...
10 months, 1 week ago on The Lost MVPs: the 1946-47 Season