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Thread: Steve Nash -> MVP!

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    Canadian eh? What a great achivement.

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    Indeed, but I guess he deserves after doing what he did. There are others who also deserve it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
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    Basketball Manker

    I Still would have given my vote to Shaq, even though he left us cold in Orlando years ago. Wonder if Kobe Bryant would have voted for Shaq too ??

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    Steve Nash was very deserving and I was going to say Shaq didn't deserve it in comparison but....

    Look at the impact Shaq made when he's gone (Lakers don't make the playoffs) and the impact he has on Miami (they are favored to win it all).

    Shaq's current team made the playoffs last year and Nash's former team made the playoffs this year.

    Maybe Phoenix will play Miami for the championship.

    @RPerry - I'm happy Kobe didn't make the playoffs. Now everyone knows who the most important player was on the team.

    The Big Ticket may sign with the Lakers though. He can opt out of the rest his 100 million dollar contract this year with Minnesota.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman
    Steve Nash was very deserving and I was going to say Shaq didn't deserve it in comparison but....

    Look at the impact Shaq made when he's gone (Lakers don't make the playoffs) and the impact he has on Miami (they are favored to win it all).

    Shaq's current team made the playoffs last year and Nash's former team made the playoffs this year.

    Maybe Phoenix will play Miami for the championship.

    @RPerry - I'm happy Kobe didn't make the playoffs. Now everyone knows who the most important player was on the team.
    The one argument that could be made was when Shaq left, others left as well, including the coach. I still believe even though he is getting older and becoming more injury prone, Shaquille O'Neal still makes a huge ( no pun intended) impact on a team. I am impressed at His maturity as well, he knows he needed Wade to bring the Heat this far, and has said so.

    I also want to say I admire Steve Nash as well for dedicating his MVP to the team. Both men were very...... Un-Kobe like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linkin Park
    Canadian eh? What a great achivement.
    He's American too.

    ....either way it's not like he was born in Canada.

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    word...the MVP makes the very definition of team

    It's nice to see thepass first point guard back: he definitely makes the suns team go...


    oh BTW; how telling is it to see that Kobe didn't get 1 MVP point? not even for 5th place!

    oh in the pho-dal game; Amare went crazy. Seriously, there is no one to stop him.

    I was sitting across from mark cuban across the court; he just kept making a sad face thoughout the game (obviously thinking about how in the world he let the NBA MVP walk...)

    it was awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spinningfreemanny
    word...the MVP makes the very definition of team

    It's nice to see thepass first point guard back: he definitely makes the suns team go...


    oh BTW; how telling is it to see that Kobe didn't get 1 MVP point? not even for 5th place!

    oh in the pho-dal game; Amare went crazy. Seriously, there is no one to stop him.

    I was sitting across from mark cuban across the court; he just kept making a sad face thoughout the game (obviously thinking about how in the world he let the NBA MVP walk...)

    it was awesome.
    I'm surprised Cuban let him go as well. He doesn't seem like the type of owner that makes a mistake like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman
    He's American too.

    ....either way it's not like he was born in Canada.

    He's american too?

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