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Old 11-20-2012, 01:13 AM   #18
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Default Re: if steve nash misses a significant amount of time. what are kobes mvp chances

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Originally Posted by poido123
BUt when his team get 55+ wins and Lebron is the clear best player in the NBA, its a no-brainer.

It will be out of Durant and Lebron til Kobe retires. Miami and Thunder will win enough games to back the choice of these two players and they are a cut above Kobe, despite Kobe playing well to start the year.


you mean like in 2003 when kobe averaged 30/7/6 on a 50+ win lakers team

and tim duncan averaging 23/12/3 won mvp because the spurs had the #1 seed


it was obvious kobe out performed duncan that year. with the 2 months averaging 40ppg, the all time record 12 threes, the 9 straight 40+ point games, and he was 1st team all defense same as tim

but the better teams representative won mvp because record is worth more than individual statistics
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