Most Valuable Player
Most Valuable Player (English for most valuable player), abbreviated MVP, is a mostly awarded by journalists award for the " most valuable " ( best or most important ) player in a team sport for his performance in a season, a tournament or even just a single game.
Awards in various sports
In the National Hockey League ( NHL), there are three trophies for MVP: the union of hockey journalists Conn Smythe Trophy awards the MVP of the playoffs and the Hart Memorial Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson NHLPA the award to the chosen each of their MVP the regular season.
In the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Women's National Basketball Association ( WNBA) select sports journalists in the regular season, the NBA Most Valuable Player or WNBA Most Valuable Player in the playoffs and the NBA Finals MVP or WNBA Finals MVP. In addition, fans can choose the NBA All-Star MVP or WNBA All-Star MVP at NBA All- Star Game, and the WNBA All-Star Game.
For the Major League Baseball ( MLB) the MVP of the season from the Baseball Writers Association of America (as well as for the Cy Young Award and the Rookie of the Year Award) is chosen according to the ranking choice principle. In addition, the MVP of the World Series will be honored.
Also in the e-sports this term has already been enforced.