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Thread: Having DPOY and last year's FMVP...

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    Default Re: Having DPOY and last year's FMVP...

    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Drew
    I see you didn't watch that series. Duncan was the best player and, along with Bowen, the most impactful player that Finals. Bowen controlled LeBron on the perimeter, while Duncan protected the rim.

    Duncan: 18/12/4 with 1 steal and 2 blocks
    Parker: 25/5/4 with 1 steal

    Parker clearly robbed Duncan
    Parker: 57% FG, 57% 3P, 60% TS
    Duncan: 45% FG, 48% TS

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    Default Re: Having DPOY and last year's FMVP...

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce Bigalow
    Parker: 57% FG, 57% 3P, 60% TS
    Duncan: 45% FG, 48% TS
    Take the L, Sperm fans.

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    Default Re: Having DPOY and last year's FMVP...

    Quote Originally Posted by IllegalD
    Duncan hasn't even been the best player on his team for nearly a decade, and wasn't the best player on his last two chip teams (Tony Parker 2007 Finals MVP, Leonard 2014 Finals MVP).
    2006-07 Regular Season
    Duncan 20 pts / 10.6 rebs / 3.4 asst / 2.4 blks 54.6%
    Parker 18.6 pts / 5.5 asst 52%

    2007 Playoffs
    Duncan 22.2 pts / 11.5 rebs / 3.3 asst / 3.1 blks 52.1%
    Parker 20.8 pts / 5.8 asst 48%

    2013-14 Regular Season
    Duncan 15.1 pts / 9.7 rebs / 3 asst / 1.9 blks 49%
    Leonard 12.8 pts / 6.2 rebs / 2 asst / 1.7 stls 52.2%

    2014 Playoffs
    Duncan 16.3 pts / 9.2 rebs / 2.2 asst / 1.4 blks 52.3%
    Leonard 16 pts / 7.6 rebs / 1.9 asst / 1.9 stls 51%

    Not even going to bother posting for the past decade.

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    Default Re: Having DPOY and last year's FMVP...

    Quote Originally Posted by IncarceratedBob
    People assume that Duncan plays as good in the regular season as he plays every now and then in the playoffs. Duncan coasts through the season as a mere role player and saves his energy to have a big playoff game every few games. People don't watch the Spurs play because they're not on national tv that often due to their boring squad. Duncan isn't leading the Spurs anywhere consistently anymore.
    Now who hasn't been watching the Spurs this season. As Pop said, Duncan's been consistently their best player this season. Who do you think was keeping the team afloat while Parker and Leonard sat on the bench for so many games this season?

    And what is wrong with a player in his late 30s conserving energy for the playoffs (even then he played the 2nd most minutes all regular season and the most last night). When it's important, Duncan shows up.

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