Biggest mistake the pacers made this year was finishing ahead of the bulls
Cleveland knew they rather see Pacers than the Bulls. They let Celtics take #1
That just sounds stupid, though, when talking about an individual award.
Y'all owe Kobe and Tmac about two mvp awards a piece
You gotta get out that hate out your heart bruv. In respect to both Russell Westbrook and James Harden, if you remove both of them, which team would you rather have. Be honest with yourself.
Dude, Wavy and Anti and PHC lakersman3000 and that whole Kawhi crew said he had NO chance all the way up until like 4 days ago.
Seeding Seeding Seeding, Past Past Past is all they brought up for 5 months.
And it wasn't just the guys I named, there were more than 100+ posters who said EXACTLY that "no chance"
It was obvious to like 3 people (not 50%)that Russ had a chance, that is it.
Everyone just said "seeding" and "in the past" for months on end.
You get the same assignment brother man. You have one team to choose from between the OKC and Houston without their MVPs, who are you choosing?
What you just said now, makes sense and is well said.
What you said ^ there about "winning should be most important" (key word used is should, meaning you believe it's more important than actual stats) is Stupid.
Not trying to be rude or mean, but, it, to me, sounds real stupid saying that, about MVP. Stupid.
I'm not saying the Rockets wouldn't get a serious drop in production. But OKC as constructed without Russ is a lottery team.