Originally Posted by Clippersfan86
Parker scored 4 and 11 on 30 percent shooting vs the Clippers the two games prior. Did that hurt his MVP case like this one game boosts it?
Not really, considering Tony Parker got off to a really slow start this season. And usually it's the second half of the season that counts more towards the end of season awards.
Lebron is the real MVP. But Tony Parker is the best player on the team with the best record, so he will get consideration.