The best options for each position heading into next year.
Steve Kerr Warriors MVP: Stephen Curry Is Kerr a dark horse for the award? It’s far from a stretch. His Warriors are loaded with MVP material — no Durant, no Curry. The Warriors are the favorite to win the Western Conference again and the big difference could be if Curry becomes an MVP-type season. In what should be a grind in October, Kerr is much better at managing roster moves than his longtime NBA rival, Gregg Popovich. GIANTS (Brad Newman)
HEISMAN HOPEFUL (Allen Iverson): Kaizer Mabona This one is not as clean as the one you may think. The 2015 Heisman winner, Mabona, is limited in what he can do. And there’s no guarantee he’s an All-American, either. The Louisville wide receiver caught 69 passes for 893 yards and 8 touchdowns a year ago. BUT…there are other ways to play here. A QB’s value fluctuates based on how many targets he gets and this year it could be more relative to his backup than an overall player. (Steve Politi)