Russell Westbrook—the first man to average a triple-double since Oscar Robertson, an insane human and statistical highlight reel, the player who single-handedly propelled the Oklahoma City Thunder into the playoffs—is the 2017 NBA MVP.

Westbrook defeated Kawhi Leonard and James Harden for the award after several agonizingly long months of debate on the virtues of defense and the merits of the triple-double, chock fill of nauseating attempts at contrarian logic gymnastics.

He finished the year averaging 31.6 points, 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists.

Russell Westbrook is the MVP.