Monday, January 30, 2006


LeBron should be the MVP.

I don't care if Kobe went crazy with 81.

I don't care if Steve Nash averages 38 assists per game*.

I don't care if Kevin Garnett is good.

I don't care if Tim Duncan is good.

There are many others that are good, and I don't care.

LeBron is the one player out there that EVERY coach would choose to start a team from scratch with. He scores, passes, and rebounds. His defense may not be quite up to par, but I don't think anyone wants to go one-on-one with LeBron.

If LeBron does not win the MVP, then the award was given to the wrong player.

*May be exaggerated for the sake of emphasis and/or humor.


At 1/31/2006 10:08:00 AM, Blogger Max Planck said...

I hereby propose that Rasho Nesterovic be considered in your MVP discussion.


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