The rest of ESPN.com's MVP picks..

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  1. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    Honestly, it happens more in the opposite direction. Peep the sig.
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  2. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    Correct. Shit is straight re-dirk-ulous if you ask me.

    The paragraph that previewed the article did make mention of Dirk, LeBron, Billups, Brand and Paul Pierce as canidates, but none of their editors saw any of them fit for a vote.
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  3. double ML

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    if i had a vote, and i think they usually do it 1-2-3, here's how mine would go:

    1. nash
    2. wade
    3. brand

    if i had to expand 4 & 5:

    4. dirk
    5. billups
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  5. Hardkore

    Hardkore Blunts@TheBeach

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    that's 1 game. that's like saying, tim duncan sucks because he scored under 10 points either in his last game or the game before that, but then tim has averaged about 19 points a game throughout the whole season.
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  6. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    I stopped reading your post right there because it's obvious you're speaking on something you have no clue about.

    Ok. Lets look at more than one game then:

    LeBron James 4th quarter scoring (Last 10 games):
    Boston: 19pts 4th quarter (Celtics as a team had 23)

    Charlotte: 7 pts 4th quarter

    Lakers: 5 pts 4th quarter (I've already said he was a non factor in this game late and Flip Murray led the heroics).

    Portland: 9 pts in the third, 0-4 with 2 pts and 2 ast in the 4th (it was a blowout and game was in pretty much in control after third)

    @ Dallas: 12 pts 4th quarter

    @ Miami: 17 pts 4th quarter

    @Orlando- Not worth looking up, we lost by almost 30

    @ Toronto: 11 pts 4th quarter

    Toronto: 5 pts 4th quarter

    Chicago: 16 pts 4th quarter (Bulls as a team had 12)

    I'm always saying this, but last year he led the league in double digit scoring 4th quarters.

    This year he leads the league in scoring on the second night of a back to back.

    He doesn't "collapse".

    Gone' somewhere bruh.
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  7. double ML

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    g-rob dropped a gem on 'em
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  8. Hardkore

    Hardkore Blunts@TheBeach

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    i did not know that. i just noticed all the missed buzzer beaters he's had. good point.
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  9. Teen Prodigy

    Teen Prodigy Short2003's e-child

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    If Nash wins it, it'll cement him as a HOF player.

    He's a very unlikely HOF candidate, in the event that he wins a second MVP..... he's been a pretty late bloomer. He's the product of nothing except hard work.
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  10. Iceodu921

    Iceodu921 Resident Sports Genius

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    nash with more mvps than shaq..

    thats a sad day.
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  11. cyphamasta

    cyphamasta New Member

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    lol!
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  12. double ML

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    nash is your father.
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