Tag Archives: MVP

Stephen Curry Deserves MVP The Harden Way

I read today that Harden was not only deserving of the MVP award but also “should have won.” I find this latter statement a bit hard to swallow given the events of the season. Even the former a tough sell. … Continue reading


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In Defence Of: The Legacy Of David Robinson

Discuss with the author and others on this article’s forum post. Zach Lowe quote – The Spurs, of course, have been so good for so long because of their culture, their smarts, their front office, and their coaching staff. But Duncan … Continue reading


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Where Does Manu Ginobili Rank All Time

When Bill Simmons wrote his Book Of Basketball and published perhaps the most controversial all time list ever made it did come with one caveat: making such a list is inherently controversial and incredibly arbitrary. How much weight you give … Continue reading


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Breaking Down the OKC Dynamic: A Statistical Analysis of the Durant/Westbrook Alpha Dog Struggle

  It’s a theme that started with last year’s playoffs. Westbrook attempted far too many shot attempts in certain games, causing many of them to be closer than they should have been, and in some cases supposedly causing his team … Continue reading


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