Thread: MVP Voting
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Old 03-06-2008, 08:48 PM   #25
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Default Re: MVP Voting

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Originally Posted by bleedinpurpleTwo
That would not work due to internal pressures. For example, say David West thought Lebron was the best...but he feels an internal obligation to vote for Paul. Perhaps if the voting was strictly confidential it would overcome this issue.

Even if the votes were completely anonymous as you suggested?

Also, could it not be argued that the current system is as susceptible what you described except that it is more arbitrary?



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