Thread: MVP Voting
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Old 03-03-2008, 07:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: MVP Voting

I think it should be based mostly on stats but not necessarily offensively.

Stats of how the team does with and without the player should definitely matter. How the player performs in close game situations.

If he has a bad offensive game, does he do other things to help the team win? Can this player defend to set an example for teammates?

Can he get teammates involved throughout the course of the game?

They need to be at least a 55% winning team in my book.

If they miss a stretch of games, they're team cannot do significantly better on both ends for everytime they are gone.

They have to be a leader on the court rather than vocally.
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