defense and rebound and a good teammate a leader and some passing ability and english classestheflyballa said:Well, Dirk's no Kobe, but he does dominate the offensive end. He forces double teams. He rebounds. What more do you want from him?
Dirk does rebound and play defense. His job isn't to distribute the ball, but when he does see someone open, he gets them the ball.sunsrock103 said:defense and rebound and a good teammate a leader and some passing ability and english classes
I'm pretty sure any team would take Dirk over Nash, the only reason Nash did so well with PHX was because they were a more efficent Dallas team basically and that REALLY stood out.bronx43 said:This Dirk versus Nash argument goes nowhere.
On the Suns, Nash is the MVP and easily a top ten player. He makes that team what it is, and there is no question about that. However, on many teams (if not all other) in the league, Dirk Nowitzki would be the more significant player. You need a certain type of player around Nash, and the Suns have it perfect with Marion, Bell, and Diaw. However, Dirk can carry a team alone on the offensive end. He is an absolute offensive weapon. When Nash was on the Mavs, nobody in their right mind would consider him to be a top ten player let alone the MVP.
So to break it down for those of you with learning disabilities (*cough Sunsrock), if I was the GM of the Suns, I would take Nash. If I were the GM of most teams in the league, I would take Dirk.
g-dog-rice#2 said:1. Kobe
I put a lot of thought into this and changed up some of my previous picks. I don't feel that Wade is quite up there yet, past Duncan or Kobe or even Lebron. Iverson and KG are still great, but they've dropped a bit in my book.