JoelMyersScrotalSack wrote:puffyusaf#2 wrote:
To bad fans don't understand and it is too bad that the analysts are that stupid. TP should be getting a great deal of love for the MVP this year plain and simple. Unfortunately the revolving door of the MVP race always changes for the "preseason favorite" each and every year. They pre-pick who they want and then change the rules accordingly. Funny how the media deminished Wade's performances and hyped Westbrooks. TP and the Spurs are also rans even though they finished ahead of Thunder and the Bulls finished ahead of the Heat.
Objectivity by the voters would have a much close race than LBJ the run away MVP like they will have. Damn shame for those of us who see past the ESPN highlight reel.
Making up stuff to support your argument doesn't give you any credibility. They didn't change any criteria or rules, most people had Durant as the MVP before the season started. But LeBron stepped up his play big time from last season and the Heat were a top team in the league. The Spurs didn't have a top record because Parker is THAT good, they did it by having top notch coaching and the deepest team in the league. It's pretty obvious from your posts that you would prefer anyone winning it over LeBron simply because you don't like him.
LOL... keep trying man. I didn't make anything up. The rules change every year. Some of you guys who just want to appear impartial try to hard. Not once did I say Lebron shouldn't win it or it would be a travesty if the guy won it. Get off Lebron's jock for a few minutes and pay attention. The MVP isn't for the best player on the best team. It is supposed to be for the player that is helping their team win above expectations, is putting up numbers that is above expectations and would be greatly missed if their team didn't have them. You can say that about Lebron, however, without him Dwade and Bosh still win. You can say that about TP because the Spurs could still win. You can not say that about Durant because without him the Thunder lose. So just by that criteria KD should be the MVP.
Coaches don't play the game. Funny how Spurs fans are always killing Pop for his coaching yet you guys are slurping all over him. I know it is blasphemy for some of you to think that Lebron isn't the greatest-bestest-most-awesomest-basketball player ever but the fact is he isn't and shouldn't be the clear cut run-a-away MVP no matter what criteria they use this year.