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PostSubject: RBT's Award Watch   Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:17 pm

MVP:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

DPOY:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

ROY:
1.
2.
3.

6th Man of the Year:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

MIP:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

COY:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Fill it out in order and I'll do the averages. Every week [so next saturday] I'll ask you to fill it out again, and see who rises and who falls.

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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:32 pm

MVP:
1. Derrick Rose
2. Dirk Nowitzki
3. Amar'e Stoudemire
4. LeBron James
5. Dwyane Wade

Obviously this won't happen in order in real life, but I just think that in terms of guys who mean the most to their team it's gotta be Rose, Dirk, and Amar'e at this point.
DPOY:
1. Dwight Howard
2. Andrew Bogut
3. Emeka Okafor
4. Josh Smith
5. Serge Ibaka

ROY:
1. Blake Griffin
2. John Wall
3. Jeremy Lin

LIN REPRESENT!
6th Man of the Year:
1. Lamar Odom
2. Nick Young
3. Jason Terry
4. Jamal Crawford
5. Wilson Chandler

MIP:
1. Kevin Love
2. Michael Beasley
3. Russell Westbrook
4. Eric Gordon
5. Dorell Wright

COY:
1. Gregg Popovich
2. Doug Collins
3. Mike D'Antoni
4. Tom Thibodeaux
5. If the Pacer's new guy Vogel makes the playoffs, he should be a candidate as well.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:39 pm

MVP:
1. Dirk Nowitzki
2. Derrick Rose
3. Kobe Bryant
4. Dwight Howard
5. LeBron James/Dwyane Wade

DPOY:
1. Dwight Howard
2. Andrew Bogut
3. Tyson Chandler
4. Kevin Garnett
5. Chris Paul

ROY:
1. Blake Griffin
2. John Wall
3. L. Fields

6th Man of the Year:
1. Jamal Crawford
2. Jason Terry
3. Lamar Odom [gonna get higher in couple weeks]
4. Glen Davis
5. Kris Humphries

MIP:
1. Kevin Love
2. RW
3. Dorell Wright
4. Michael Beasley
5. Eric Gordon

COY:
1. Gregg Popovic
2. Tom Thibadeu
3. Monty Williams
4. Doc Rivers
5. Rick Carlisle

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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:18 pm

Cool idea.

MVP:
1. LeBron James
2. D-Rose
3. Dirk Nowitzki
4. Dwight Howard
5. Kobe Bryant

DPOY:
1. Dwight Howard
2. Kevin Garnett
3. Andrew Bogut
4. Chris Paul
5. Tyson Chandler

ROY:
1. Blake Griffin
2. Landry Fields
3. John Wall

6th Man of the Year:
1. Lamar Odom
2. Jamal Crawford
3. Glen Davis
4. Jason Terry
5. Nick Young

MIP:
1. Kevin Love
2. Michael Beasley
3. Dorell Wright
4. Eric Gordon
5. Russell Westbrook


COY:
1. Gregg Popovic
2. Doc Rivers
3. Rick Carlisle
4. Monty Williams
5. The Pacers new coach
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sat Feb 12, 2011 2:40 pm

MVP:
1. Dirk Nowitzki
2. LeBron James
3. Dwight Howard
4. Derrick Rose
5. Chris Paul

Defensive Player of the Year:
1. Dwight Howard
Does the rest even matter?

Rookie of the Year:
1. Blake Griffin
2. DeMarcus Cousins
3. John Wall

6th Man of the Year
1. Lamar Odom
2. Jason Terry
3. Jamaal Crawford
4. Glen Davis
5. Nick Young

Most Improved Player:
1. Derrick Rose
2. Kevin Love
3. Michael Beasley
4. Russell Westbrook
5. Dorrell Wright

Coach of the Year
1. Tom Thibbadeu
Does the rest even matter?
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sat Feb 12, 2011 5:58 pm

Uh,i will probably do this later

However,when the season will end,it could be a historical moment in terms of the winners
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sun Feb 13, 2011 12:03 am

MVP:
1. LeBron James
2. Derrick Rose
3. Dirk Nowtizki
4. Kobe Bryant
5. Dwyane Wade

DPOY:
1. Dwight Howard
2. Andrew Bogut
3. Josh Smith
4. Kevin Garnett
5. Rajon Rondo

ROY:
1. Blake Griffin
2. Blake Griffin
3. Blake Griffin

6th Man of the Year:
1. Lamar Odom
2. Taj Gibson
3. Jason Terry
4. Glen Davis
5. Jamaal Crawford

MIP:
1. Eric Gordon
2. Dorell Wright
3. Kevin Love
4. Russell Westbrook
5. Raymond Felton

COY:
1. Tom Thibodeau
2. Gregg Popovich
3. Doc Rivers
4. Rick Carlisle
5. Erik Spoelstra
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sun Feb 13, 2011 12:50 am

I can only think of the #1's right now.

MVP: LeBron James
Why: Despite being in a sign and trade with Miami where he would join two more stat fillers with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, LeBron is the 2nd leading scorer in the NBA averaging 26 ppg, along with grabbing 7 Loves and 7 John Walls. Still shooting at a 49 percent rate. Despite the fact that Cavs fans and Wizards fans calling him a second fiddle to Wade, which he may be due to seniority, he is still clearly the Heat's best player and the single most important factor as to why the Heatles are caliente in the East.

Defensive MVP: Rajan Rondo, Boston Celtics
Why: Among the lead leaders for steals in the league, with 2.4 a game while averaging a shade under 2 personal fouls a game. Other leading stealers in the league like Chris Paul and Monta Ellis average more fouls than steals. Same with Johnny Wall. Given that Ray Allen, who isn't a particularly great defender is part of the backcourt, Rondo picks up much of the slack and has been a large part for the Celtics' stifling defense since the beginning of the Boston Three Party era.

Also I believe that guards are not getting enough points toward a Defensive MVP award because the stats are easily seen with rebounds and blocks which favor the low post players.

Rookie of the Year: Blake Griffin
Why: 23 ppg, 12 Loves and nearly 4 John Walls a game and his A:TO ratio is positive unlike many other big men who hold the ball as much as he does. Clippers have been playing close to .500 basketball after their first 10-15 games. He has gotten Baron Davis to enjoy being a team player again!

6th Man of the Year: Jason Terry
Why: Still averaging over 16 ppg, has a 2:1 A:TO ratio with 4 assists. He also makes about 44-45% of his shots, which is respectable for a guard. And of course, the Mavs are winning!

MIP: Kevin Love
Why: He has improved in every statistical category over last season except blocks. He also averaged fewer fouls in each of his three NBA seasons while his minutes have increased each season. The 20 ppg, 16 rpg and 3 apg plus a good three point percentage (with a decent amount of total threes) over last year's 14 pts and 11 boards (where he wasn't much of a three point shooter) is very remarkable when his total FG%age went up from 45 to 47% overall.

COY: Gregg Popovich
Why: Everyone is so excited about the new Heat, the new Bulls, new Knicks. Well this dude didn't make any crazy moves. He tweaked the offense to get these guys taking and making shots quicker than in past years while limiting Duncan's minutes to keep him fresh for the playoff run. The Spurs are also the NBA's best team right now, and are the real favorites to win the NBA championship this year, not the Miami Heatles.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:08 pm

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I can only think of the #1's right now.

MVP: LeBron James
Why: Despite being in a sign and trade with Miami where he would join two more stat fillers with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, LeBron is the 2nd leading scorer in the NBA averaging 26 ppg, along with grabbing 7 Loves and 7 John Walls. Still shooting at a 49 percent rate. Despite the fact that Cavs fans and Wizards fans calling him a second fiddle to Wade, which he may be due to seniority, he is still clearly the Heat's best player and the single most important factor as to why the Heatles are caliente in the East.

Defensive MVP: Rajan Rondo, Boston Celtics
Why: Among the lead leaders for steals in the league, with 2.4 a game while averaging a shade under 2 personal fouls a game. Other leading stealers in the league like Chris Paul and Monta Ellis average more fouls than steals. Same with Johnny Wall. Given that Ray Allen, who isn't a particularly great defender is part of the backcourt, Rondo picks up much of the slack and has been a large part for the Celtics' stifling defense since the beginning of the Boston Three Party era.

Also I believe that guards are not getting enough points toward a Defensive MVP award because the stats are easily seen with rebounds and blocks which favor the low post players.

Rookie of the Year: Blake Griffin
Why: 23 ppg, 12 Loves and nearly 4 John Walls a game and his A:TO ratio is positive unlike many other big men who hold the ball as much as he does. Clippers have been playing close to .500 basketball after their first 10-15 games. He has gotten Baron Davis to enjoy being a team player again!

6th Man of the Year: Jason Terry
Why: Still averaging over 16 ppg, has a 2:1 A:TO ratio with 4 assists. He also makes about 44-45% of his shots, which is respectable for a guard. And of course, the Mavs are winning!

MIP: Kevin Love
Why: He has improved in every statistical category over last season except blocks. He also averaged fewer fouls in each of his three NBA seasons while his minutes have increased each season. The 20 ppg, 16 rpg and 3 apg plus a good three point percentage (with a decent amount of total threes) over last year's 14 pts and 11 boards (where he wasn't much of a three point shooter) is very remarkable when his total FG%age went up from 45 to 47% overall.

COY: Gregg Popovich
Why: Everyone is so excited about the new Heat, the new Bulls, new Knicks. Well this dude didn't make any crazy moves. He tweaked the offense to get these guys taking and making shots quicker than in past years while limiting Duncan's minutes to keep him fresh for the playoff run. The Spurs are also the NBA's best team right now, and are the real favorites to win the NBA championship this year, not the Miami Heatles.

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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Tue Feb 15, 2011 9:34 pm

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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Tue Feb 15, 2011 11:31 pm

Bumped bump.

Answer the friggin' question.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:23 am

MVP:
1. Dwyane Wade
2. LeBron James
3. Derrick Rose
4. Kobe
5. Durant

DPOY:
1. Dwight Howard (Duh!) He's the only thing that makes the Magic a good defensive team.
2. Bogut. He's the only consistent player on the Bucks.
3. Kevin Garnett. The Celtics missed Garnett more than Rondo.
4. Rondo is a pest.
5. Chris Paul/Okafor. Demon defender and minus Chandler + Emeke, the Hornets make a stronger defense better than any Chandler + Paul combo.

ROY:
1. Griffin
2. Wall
3. Landry

6th Man of the Year:
1. Terry
2. Odom
3. J.R. Smith
4. Jamaal Crawford
5. Glen "Big Wuss" Davis

MIP:
1. Um. Pass. Weak Award.
2.
3.
4.
5.

COY:
1. Coach Pop.
2. Doc Rivers
3. Doug Collins. Turner is a bust. Still in the playoff picture.
4. Tom Thibodeau. So smart and working with a new team. Installed a great defense that will only get better when Noah comes back. I should of made him 2 or 3. I'll get him next time.
5. Rick Carlisle. He's a good coach for any type of team.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:08 am

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Rondo is a pest.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:49 am

Chris wrote:
DBright wrote:
Rondo is a pest.
Rolling Eyes
it's a compliment. really.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Wed Feb 16, 2011 12:06 pm

DBright wrote:
Chris wrote:
DBright wrote:
Rondo is a pest.
Rolling Eyes
it's a compliment. really.
nice compliment.
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PostSubject: Re: RBT's Award Watch   Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:39 pm

Chris wrote:
DBright wrote:
Chris wrote:
DBright wrote:
Rondo is a pest.
Rolling Eyes
it's a compliment. really.
nice compliment.

Rajon Rondo fouled the King each time he stuck him Smile
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