IN A COMPLETE CONSPIRACY ACT, STEVE NASH TO "WIN" NBA MVP..

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  1. Cigma

    Cigma Maxwell's Demon

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    Dude, I know it's early in the morning.

    But focus.

    First, yes fool the Mavs had a push the ball system, score a lot of points system when they had Nash. That's what they did the last 4 years, before the arrival of Avery Johnson last year.

    Remember they called them the Allas Mavs, because the didn't play D!!!? Did you just start watching basketball last year?

    Now back to the main point, of the system setting the table for sucess.

    Forget players for a second.

    The Suns run an up tempo, push the ball system.

    This means that there are increased posessions on both sides of the ball, for each team.

    So with increase possesions, you will get more chances to score, rebound, assist, steal... basically everything.

    Now lets bring in the players.

    If you bring a player into that type of system, won't the chances of them to increase in statitistical categories be heigthened, as opposed if they played for a half court, run the clock, and grind it on defense gameplan.

    I thought so...

    So by playing in that sort of system, chances are as a player if you play significant minutes, you will a greater chance to increase in stats.

    Now let's bring in Nash.

    In this sort of system, what Nash does gets enchanced, because it's tailored to his strengths. Score more points and keep the waves coming, see if they other team can keep up.

    Nash is a great facilitator, in a fascilitator system.

    All I'm saying is Nash gets the lions share of the credit when it comes to players improving, when their is actually a DUAL AFFECT happening.



    Back to the 'out run them offense' though, and it's flaws.

    Against most teams this is enough to win, because they can't keep score at such a high octane pace.

    But if they run into any teams, that can execute their offense and also can control the tempo with their offense, and has excellant rotations and help defense... That's the Suns kryptonite. Aka The Spurs.

    Because that team will still be able to maintain an offense, while clamping the Suns down.. and the Suns only play one way.
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  2. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    Coming from a guy who starts his post off suggesting everyone who is against Nash is mad that a white guy won it. So exactly WHO is the faggot in this situation? [funny]

    There's a Larry Bird special coming on ESPN classic later on today.
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  3. WallaB33z

    WallaB33z Power To The People

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    Cigma: there's nothing more you could say. You obviously know basketball and you're never gonna get through to these bandwagon riders who only got interested into MVP debate (and the NBA) when they figured out who Nash was last year. They're gonna look at the change in two statistics and and try to attribute it to Nash without thinking how it applies to being an MVP.
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  4. Offbeat

    Offbeat New Member

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    this aint football my dude

    defence does not win basketball games
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  5. WallaB33z

    WallaB33z Power To The People

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    ^^ You playin.
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  6. ILLnSkILLz

    ILLnSkILLz New Member

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    "Nash received 75 of the 127 votes to finish a distance from runner-up Lebron James."

    lol fuck kobe bryant
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  7. DannyC

    DannyC Stay golden, pony boy.

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    talk to me when u make sense.

    ur arguing me because u dont like me, not because u disagree, so fuck off.
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  8. style-rip

    style-rip Lakers>Clippers

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    i guess nash really IS the mvp... most viciously posterized
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  9. Sirius Lee

    Sirius Lee u unno me!

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    i agree.. my vote went to kobe, but i wouldnt have a problem with lebron winning it.. his numbers are unbelievable..


    nash's defense sucks, badly.. he's not an all around player.. he gets up and down the floor thats it.. his opponents dog him on defense they usually have to outscore them
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  10. style-rip

    style-rip Lakers>Clippers

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  11. style-rip

    style-rip Lakers>Clippers

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    lmfao@kobe's post game interview when asked about the dunk on steve nash

    "I didn't even see him."

    classic.
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  12. Sirius Lee

    Sirius Lee u unno me!

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    wow.. look at the way he's positioned in the air.. that's jordan like
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  13. MyKe SeaN

    MyKe SeaN Paula Deen is my hero.

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    LOL!! hOW CAN YOU LIKE JORDAN AS A PLAYER BUT NOT LIKE KOBE AS A PLAYER?
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  14. VASHtheSTAMPEDE

    VASHtheSTAMPEDE Casting sucha thin shadow

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    ^for fear that he's as good, and could take his spot in history.

    Same reason us kobe fans shit on lebron every chance we get.




    lol @ "i didnt even see him"

    and double lol @ lebron being the runner up for the mvp....shows how hyped that kid truly is.
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  15. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    No, I'm arguing because I disagree.

    The main reason people don't like Nash for MVP because he doesn't put up sexy statlines like Kobe and LeBron and his flashy plays are just passes. Not a thundering dunk or and 1 reverse layups. His popularity is small compared to some of the other stars in the league just for those reasons alone.

    That's why he's unpopular. Not because he's not black. If that was the case people wouldn't be picking fuckin Dirk over him.

    Majority black league- yes, majority black fanbase- I think not.
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  16. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    Yeah, it's called denial.

    LeBron finishing runner up for MVP isn't about the hype. I told your stupid ass two months ago it was going to be Nash and LeBron. If you had just listened you wouldn't be in such awe right now.
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  17. J-A-B-B-A-R

    J-A-B-B-A-R Knick Hater

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    Kobe can never become Michael Jordan. Hahahahahaha...far from it...
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  18. mac10

    mac10 New Member

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    Kobe must be mad as hell hahahahaha. No matter what Kobe does in a season, this is proof David Stern will never award the MVP to Kobe because of his past. He doesn't want a rapist to represent the NBA. Can't blame him if you ask me. But this damages Kobe's chance of duplicating the accomplishments of his idol "MJ". Even if Kobe outperforms Lebron next year, you just know they'll give it to Lebron anyway to piss Kobe off again ....lol
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  19. Klas~Sick

    Klas~Sick New Member

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    value=services...who brings THE BEST services to their team? who serves their team best?

    team=a group of ORGANIZED WORK TOGETHER!!!!!!!!!!!

    who does this? kobe??? no. nash? does it better than kobe thats for sure
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  20. Iceodu921

    Iceodu921 Resident Sports Genius

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    i love everyone having their own defintion of what mvp means.
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