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 [...]
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MVP Ladder Newcomers: Tony Parker, Nate Robinson, Marc Gasol. 1) Carmelo Anthony Game one stats: 41 minutes, 36 points, 13-29 FG, 1 assists, 6 rebounds. Game two stats: 40 minutes, 34 points, 11-24 FG, 1 assist, 4 rebounds. Game three stats: 37 minutes, 26 points, 12-25 FG, 0 assists, 1 rebound. Say what you want about Carmelo, but he has put the Knicks [...]
MVP Ladder Newcomers: Stephen Curry and Joakim Noah. 1) Chris Paul Game one stats: 33 minutes, 23 points, 7-11 FG, 7 assists, 2 rebounds. Game two stats: 36 minutes, 24 points, 9-17 FG, 9 assists, 4 rebounds. He was outstanding in game one and was even better in game two when he took over down the stretch and hit the game-winning floater against the [...]
The best thing that could’ve happened to the Clippers last night was J.R. Smith winning the Sixth Man of the Year award, because we all knew that would give Jamal Crawford a reason to go off. And he did just that. In the opening six minutes of the second quarter, Crawford lit the Grizzlies up for 10 [...]
Through three quarters, Chris Paul was having an above average night by his standards. He had fulfilled his usual role as a facilitator (nine assists), but teammates Blake Griffin and Jamal Crawford had carried the team in the scoring column up until the deciding quarter. Then, as he always does, CP3 took [...]
MVP Ladder Newcomers: LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Paul George, Kevin Durant and Brandon Jennings. 1) Andre Miller Game one stats: 27 minutes, 28 points, 11-16 FG, 5 assists, 3 rebounds. Not only did Miller score a game-high 28 points in 27 minutes off the bench, but he also blew by a 23-year old rookie in Draymond Green for the game-winning [...]
I’ve always been a big believer that there should be an MVP of the Playoffs. Of course it’s a tough award to give out because: (1) there’s a guy called LeBron James and (2) it’s common sense to give the MVP to someone who takes their team to the Finals, but luckily I have the 2006-2007 Baron Davis to thank for helping [...]