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Old 09-14-2012, 11:13 PM   #61
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I've always thought Pau Gasol was one of the most underrated players in the game. I think Gasol definitely has a case for this 34th spot. He was a heck of a player and he was huge in those championship Lakers teams as one could argue that he was actually the best player or the real finals MVP in the 2010 one.
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:13 PM   #63
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I vote for Clyde Drexler.
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Gasol has never led a team to a playoff series win, let alone a Title.
Gasol may not have led the Lakers to the title, but he should have been the finals MVP.
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:20 PM   #65
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I'll count kurple's vote for Allen Iverson since he voted him in that last thread when it was already over.

Lots of variety on this one, 12 players have received a vote. I don't understand Bill Walton getting this much votes this high? So many injuries and missed games, along with only a few elite seasons.

Same for me. Having 2 dominant seasons and being injured or average is not even for me to rank a player in a top 40 or 50 even if that player's 2 great seasons rank among the greatest of all time and Walton's 2 dominant seasons do not.
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Gasol has never led a team to a playoff series win, let alone a Title.

I think your referrring to your boy Kobe whose never won a playoff series without Shaq or Gasol .

The Lakers won the 2010 title with defense and rebounding. The dominant rebounder in the 2010 Finals was Gasol who got key rebound after key rebound in the 4 Lakers wins of that series. Gasol got 19.8%, 15.8%, 16.6%, and 22.0% of total available rebounds in the 4 win Lakers. LA greatly outrebounded Boston in the 4 victories and the biggest reason was Gasols rebounding.

EVERY SINGLE GAME of that series went to the team that won the rebounding battle. This was a series won by defense and rebounding and Gasol bothered Bostons best player KG all series as well, while also playing great help defense on the drivers. All Kobe did was play 10 feet off Rondo because he couldn't stay on him and didn't want to get blown by.

Only an uneducated basketball fan would think Kobe was the better player in this series when he shot 40% for the entire series and 25% in the pivotal Game 7 where Gasol got 18 rebounds. BUT HURR HURR 28 PPG!!!

Gasol had 13 turnovers the entire series and did a phenomal job in the post against one of the premier post defenders in the league. LAs offense was much more fluid working through Gasol in that series.

It's really no surprise that LA went from a .500 first round and out team to a mini-dynasty with the simple addition of Pau Gasol.
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:25 PM   #68
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I think your referrring to your boy Kobe whose never won a playoff series without Shaq or Gasol .

The Lakers won the 2010 title with defense and rebounding. The dominant rebounder in the 2010 Finals was Gasol who got key rebound after key rebound in the 4 Lakers wins of that series. Gasol got 19.8%, 15.8%, 16.6%, and 22.0% of total available rebounds in the 4 win Lakers. LA greatly outrebounded Boston in the 4 victories and the biggest reason was Gasols rebounding.

EVERY SINGLE GAME of that series went to the team that won the rebounding battle. This was a series won by defense and rebounding and Gasol bothered Bostons best player KG all series as well, while also playing great help defense on the drivers. All Kobe did was play 10 feet off Rondo because he couldn't stay on him and didn't want to get blown by.

Only an uneducated basketball fan would think Kobe was the better player in this series when he shot 40% for the entire series and 25% in the pivotal Game 7 where Gasol got 18 rebounds. BUT HURR HURR 28 PPG!!!

Gasol had 13 turnovers the entire series and did a phenomal job in the post against one of the premier post defenders in the league. LAs offense was much more fluid working through Gasol in that series.

It's really no surprise that LA went from a .500 first round and out team to a mini-dynasty with the simple addition of Pau Gasol.

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Old 09-14-2012, 11:26 PM   #69
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Gasol may not have led the Lakers to the title, but he should have been the finals MVP.
Gasol was great in the Finals, but you should go back and check the road games at Boston.
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Looks like no Kobe fans can counter any of my arguments.

That's what I ****ing thought.
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Gasol was great in the Finals, but you should go back and check the road games at Boston.
Gasol was better overall in the finals than Kobe was. It shouldn't matter whether it's a road game or a home game. The better player in the finals should win the finals MVP.
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:30 PM   #72
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I think your referrring to your boy Kobe whose never won a playoff series without Shaq or Gasol .

The Lakers won the 2010 title with defense and rebounding. The dominant rebounder in the 2010 Finals was Gasol who got key rebound after key rebound in the 4 Lakers wins of that series. Gasol got 19.8%, 15.8%, 16.6%, and 22.0% of total available rebounds in the 4 win Lakers. LA greatly outrebounded Boston in the 4 victories and the biggest reason was Gasols rebounding.

EVERY SINGLE GAME of that series went to the team that won the rebounding battle. This was a series won by defense and rebounding and Gasol bothered Bostons best player KG all series as well, while also playing great help defense on the drivers. All Kobe did was play 10 feet off Rondo because he couldn't stay on him and didn't want to get blown by.

Only an uneducated basketball fan would think Kobe was the better player in this series when he shot 40% for the entire series and 25% in the pivotal Game 7 where Gasol got 18 rebounds. BUT HURR HURR 28 PPG!!!

Gasol had 13 turnovers the entire series and did a phenomal job in the post against one of the premier post defenders in the league. LAs offense was much more fluid working through Gasol in that series.

It's really no surprise that LA went from a .500 first round and out team to a mini-dynasty with the simple addition of Pau Gasol.
Kobe was arguably the best player in the world in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
Meanwhile Pau Gasol never received a single MVP vote in his career.

Pau was a great player and did his job well, but your hatred for Kobe has made you retarded.
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:31 PM   #73
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one could argue that he was actually the best player or the real finals MVP in the 2010 one.

Not unless one was an idiot or trying to be anti-Kobe.

#34 for Gasol is wholly absurd. At least 40-50 spots to high to even consider him yet.

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Gasol was better overall in the finals than Kobe was. It shouldn't matter whether it's a road game or a home game. The better player in the finals should win the finals MVP.

Kobe averaged 10 ppg more than him and was only a few boards behind from the guard spot. Plus he took all the big shots and offense ran through him primarily all series. Gasol was not, in any way, better that series.

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Gasol was better overall in the finals than Kobe was. It shouldn't matter whether it's a road game or a home game. The better player in the finals should win the finals MVP.
What does this have to with this ranking?

Should we start putting Jokes Dumars and James Worthy over Malone and Barkley.
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