Giving Billups the MVP would not be a joke. His stats are slightly down from where the other candidates are, but that is because of the evenly distributed production of Detroits starting 5. Chauncey is right up there with Kidd and Nash as one of the best PG in the league right now and he is more clutch than either one of them. He is invaluable down the stretch with his ability to take over and get to the free throw line.Drewbs said:1. Kobe
2. Dirk - Runner up
6. Billups (I can't stand him)
Giving Billups the MVP is a joke, he has not once this season, had to carry his team of 3 fellow allstars.
Its unlikely they'll get 50 due to Lebrons injury (Although they already got lucky against NYK). If the Cavs management are smart and I know they are, they'll skip Lebron from playing the last 3 or 4 games to risk aggravating his injury (as minor as it may seem) and have him healthy and 100% in the playoffs, but I think Lebron has a say on this and chances are he would like to play the rest of the season to push for that MVP award.Net2 said:
The Cavs are 48-31. The Lakers, 42-37.redz said::rotf:
kobe's team has a mediocre record. the MVP can't be on a mediocre team.
been waiting for a Kobe supporter to say this to a Lebron supporter, but since Im not rooting for Kobe I was nt gonna bring it up...repped...PauloCatarino said:The Cavs are 48-31. The Lakers, 42-37.
Do you think LBJames is an MVP candidade? And if so, do you think 6 more wins are all that much, considering the East is a little lower than the est, talent-wise?