King of Clutch wrote:
last stand wrote:Kobe's having a great season But Lebron definitely deserves to be #1 in MVP voting right now
Playing less minutes than Kobe he's averaging 24ppg 10rpg 6apg shooting 55% and 52% from 3 and showed against Houston that he can still dominate when he wants
Best player in the league bar none. What Kobe's doing is amazing but it's amazing because of his age, what lebrons doing is amazing at any age
The man is playing pf, averaging 10rpg is a given. Especially when you have chris bosh as the center. Let him try doing that with howard and gasol. If lbj were still playing sf, he would be averaging 6rpg. And I don't think he's more valuable to miami, than melo or kobe to their respective teams. kobe has more responsibilities, and melo definitely is more valuable to the knicks than lbj to miami. When you have bosh scoring 40, and ray allen giving you 20+ some games. Not even going to mention wade's talent. I think ppl just like to stare at the stat sheet with lbj. And when that happens, he'll win everytime. Probably the best stat sheet stuffer in the game's history. Other things should be taken into account. Just think ppl who are carrying the most burden should decide mvp, not talent.
lol lebron is more than stats. he's the best player in the game. lets not be ridiculous. carmelo is a one-dimensional player who doesn't even belong in the discussion.
lebron is the most valuable player in the league, proved it last season and is continuing to prove it this season, wade isn't what he was, he's declining faster than kobe, bosh needs to be set up, and who sets him up? lebron.
Kobe would be my #2 right now just for the fact he's playing at karl malone, michael jordan levels for his age. he's actually producing some of his better numbers at this age which is amazing. he's one of the best to ever play for a reason, but lebron is also and he's in his prime. no point in comparing a player in his prime to a player out of it.
lebron is pretty incredible, anyone who actually watches him knows he's more than just a stats stuffer, he's a once in a generation player