Even when the Spurs blow a team out (like they did tonight), there is still a reason to stick around and watch them play because they have a seven time all-star coming off their bench, who is working his way towards his first ever championship, even though he is way beyond his prime. I’m talking [...]
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Here’s the question of the day: “How can Marc Gasol win Defensive Player of the Year, but not be on the All-Defensive First Team?” It’s a puzzling one, isn’t it? But thankfully, we have an answer. That is, the media votes for the player of the year awards, while coaches vote for the All-NBA teams [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]