Jazzygirl205 wrote:Iceberg Slim wrote:If KD and the Thunder have the best record in the league by the end of the season, it's his...point blank period. The writers have not made up their minds. This fallacy or thought of perception has always bothered me about fans of the game, as if there is a agenda for this award. Shaq or Jordan should have it every year if there was an agenda.
Durant probably won't slow down. His numbers probably won't take a nosedive. So remember this post. If KD doesn't win it with the current numbers he's putting up and the win rate stays consistent, you can clown me. But if I'm a betting man, it's KD's to lose.
He's only 24, so just think he has room to get better and better, and if this season is a window into the things we have to look for in his future career then my goodness he's going to gain more and more fans.
I'm torn though because he's gonna be heck years to come for my Lakers in the West.
“It was painful,” Lakers forward Pau Gasol(notes) said. “It is a feeling that I want to keep in my mind for every single minute that I’m out there playing them.”