You know what nobody ever says? “Steph Curry should shoot less threes“. No basketball fan in their right mind would complain about one of the Splash Brothers throwing up nearly eight threes per game, because when he’s knocking 45.3% of them down, it’s a lot of fun to watch. Oh, and at that [...]
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Okay, lets cut Curry some slack here, his ankle has been troubling him. In fact, we only found out about 30 minutes before the game that he was good enough to give it a go. And Warriors fans better be thankful that he did, because his 22 points helped them out in a big way. But, he wasn’t [...]
Alright, so I said that the MVP Ladder in the second round would only feature five players, but I’ve decided against that. So, now that all game two’s have been played, order has been restored and we are back to 10 MVP candidates. MVP Ladder 1) Kevin Durant Game one stats: 44 minutes, 35 points, 13-26 FG, 15 rebounds, [...]
Since the teams have been cut down in half, I’ve decided that from now on, there will only be five candidates in the MVP Ladder. For one, it works well for me, because it means less people to choose from and two, it makes it more competitive, so there. But another change I’ve made is that everyone has [...]
MVP of the First Round 1) Stephen Curry First round stats: 39.8 minutes, 24.3 points, 46.8% FG, 43.4% 3PT, 9.3 assists, 4.3 rebounds. Look at the stats, realise that the Warriors are in the second round of the Playoffs after upsetting the Denver Nuggets in six games and then ask yourself: are you surprised to see Steph Curry at [...]
Steph Curry had a rough night at the Pepsi Center. Three days ago, he went nuts, scoring 31 points in 33 minutes on 10-16 FG. Last night, he mustered up just 15 points (a series-low) on 7-19 FG. Blame it on his wonky ankle or the fact that the Nuggets sent out some “hitmen”, but Steph was not himself [...]
MVP Ladder Newcomer: Al Horford. 1) Stephen Curry Game one stats: 43 minutes, 19 points, 7-20 FG, 9 assists, 4 rebounds. Game two stats: 42 minutes, 30 points, 13-23 FG, 13 assists, 5 rebounds. Game three stats: 38 minutes, 29 points, 8-17 FG, 11 assists, 6 rebounds. Game four stats: 33 minutes, 31 points, 10-16 FG, 7 assists, 3 rebounds. Four games [...]