Well not really, bu All-Star race, though.
They do point out the one thing that kinda separates him from the pack as pg's:
Even on nights that he has high scoring totals he has big assist numbers too.
He's creating for himself and others. How many PG's are doing that?
He really having an awesome year. It's awesome to finally have one of those PGs that can approach 20/10 on a nightly basis.
As for being a legitimate MVP candidate... Dirk, Love, Rose, Nash possibly, and of course Bynum all pretty much missing the whole year so far also probably have a lot to do with him being 9th on the list at this point. But I can definitely see him remaining in the top 10-15 discussion as the year goes on.
Theres only 2 or 3 mvp contenders right now. So making a top 10 list u gotta include guys who dont really have a shot.
It's good to see Jrue in here however. He is playing good ball and deserves credit for it. He's going to continue to improve and once he does so too will the 76ers.
D-Will is shooting around 40% and he hasnt been a super star player since he left Utah. Parker has never really been a high volume assist guy either. If Lowery stays healthy I do expect him to have similar numbers to Jrue
I hope He doesn't get high headed with all the praise he's getting. What a terrible ****ing effort by him tonight. He is the KEY to our success. He needs to always be on point, his defense was terrrible. Barea was driving by him, wtfff
i like Jrue as much as the next sixers fan, but this topic deserves a spot on espn's c'mon man
Haven't i already stated he has no chance of winning and that its just a good sign to see him on the list?