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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by SilkkTheShocker
    Physical conference. He doesn't have the opportunity to play a bunch of finesse-pseudo Euro-ball teams most nights. Not to mention Curry plays with wayyyyyy more talent.
    And the Heat didn't do it in that horrible Eastern Conference because...?

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogaboog
    OP's not wrong. Curry was the best player of the season, but it's hard to say he's the most valuable when this team without him would be in the same place minus maybe 10 wins. The NBA should just rename the award "Player of the Year" to avoid confusion.
    At this point they should. Because if you're giving MVP to the most impactful player every year, than you're giving it to LeBron every season. They should rename the award so they don't confuse people.

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by SilkkTheShocker
    At this point they should. Because if you're giving MVP to the most impactful player every year, than you're giving it to LeBron every season. They should rename the award so they don't confuse people.
    Why not Paul?
    Clippers fall off completely without him, so why not him?
    Or Paul George? There's no way they have 30 wins without him, what about that?
    Face it, you're not very bright.

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by Klayup
    And the Heat didn't do it in that horrible Eastern Conference because...?
    Indiana, Bulls, Etc were all miles tougher than any playoff team in the west. No one says western teams can't score. But they don't know what's it like to be in a physical series.

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by SilkkTheShocker
    At this point they should. Because if you're giving MVP to the most impactful player every year, than you're giving it to LeBron every season. They should rename the award so they don't confuse people.
    Pretty sure Durant had a more impactful 2014 season than Lebron when Westbrook was hurt.

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by SilkkTheShocker
    Indiana, Bulls, Etc were all miles tougher than any playoff team in the west. No one says western teams can't score. But they don't know what's it like to be in a physical series.
    Right. So LeBron and his superior impact, combined with Wade & Bosh, along with their gang of 3 point snping role-players...

    Weren't good enough to win 73 games because of Paul George's Pacers and the Derrick Rose(less) Bulls....

    And yet...
    Steph Curry's Unanimous MVP winning (but inferior) impact allowed his team to blow out LeBron's Cavs, the Super-Spurs, and basically everyone else while winning 73.

    So the Warriors are clearly superior, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sd3035
    Cavs have an all-time stacked team, the Warriors are Curry and a few great role players, and discarded garbage the Cavs didn't want
    Dumb

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by Klayup
    Right. So LeBron and his superior impact, combined with Wade & Bosh, along with their gang of 3 point snping role-players...

    Weren't good enough to win 73 games because of Paul George's Pacers and the Derrick Rose(less) Bulls....

    And yet...
    Steph Curry's Unanimous MVP winning (but inferior) impact allowed his team to blow out LeBron's Cavs, the Super-Spurs, and basically everyone else while winning 73.

    So the Warriors are clearly superior, thanks
    Kerr>>>Spolestra
    GS Bench >>>Miami Bench
    Green/KT>>>Wade/Bosh

    Curry clearly has more help than LeBron. And arguably more than any other player in NBA history.

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by Klayup
    Right. So LeBron and his superior impact, combined with Wade & Bosh, along with their gang of 3 point snping role-players...

    Weren't good enough to win 73 games because of Paul George's Pacers and the Derrick Rose(less) Bulls....

    And yet...
    Steph Curry's Unanimous MVP winning (but inferior) impact allowed his team to blow out LeBron's Cavs, the Super-Spurs, and basically everyone else while winning 73.

    So the Warriors are clearly superior, thanks
    What year you referring to about Miami?

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Curry is simply a better player than Lebron ever was.

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    honestly don't see why you'd be too bothered OP. Didn't Lebron have a year not that long ago where he was 1 vote away from unanimous? And the one guy was a Boston writer (no bias there of course) who voted for ****ing Melo?

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    Default Re: Impact Should Be Most Important Aspect When Handing out MVP

    Quote Originally Posted by SilkkTheShoook
    Kerr>Spolestra
    GS Bench >Miami Bench
    Green/KT<<Wade/Bosh
    Curry>>> Lebron
    Lebron clearly has more help than Curry. And arguably more than any other player in NBA history.
    fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogaboog
    OP's not wrong. Curry was the best player of the season, but it's hard to say he's the most valuable when this team without him would be in the same place minus maybe 10 wins. The NBA should just rename the award "Player of the Year" to avoid confusion.
    Most out standing player describes Curry's season, more than most valuable

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