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Old 03-16-2013, 06:05 PM   #35
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Default Re: What is the worst finals MVP performance in modern history?

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Originally Posted by Droid101
Ray Allen should have had MVP that year, IMO, or KG.

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Originally Posted by Whoah10115
KG should have been the FMVP in 2008, but Pierce was easily better than Ray. And his won wasn't that wrong.

I just looked at the numbers and Ray was much better than I remember. Ray put up numbers, much more efficiently. The only big difference is Pierce's assists and turnovers are much higher.

Big 4 stats, finals only:

Garnett - 18.2 ppg / 13 reb / 3 ast / 1.7 stl / 1 blk / 2.7 to on 42.9 fg% / 76 ft%

Rondo - 9.3 ppg / 3.8 reb / 6.7 ast / 1.5 stl / .5 blk / 1.5 to on 37.7 fg% / 59.3 ft%

Pierce - 21.8 ppg / 4.5 reb / 6.3 ast / 1.2 stl / .3 blk / 3.7 to on 43.2 fg% / 39.3 3pt% / 83 ft%

Ray - 20.3 ppg / 5 reb / 2.5 ast / 1.3 stl / .7 blk / 1.8 to on 50.7 fg% / 52.4 3pt% / 86.7 ft%


I'd still give it to KG... Plus I think KG was the leader of the Celtics in scoring through all the playoffs that year.
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