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  1. #1
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    MIP Award so far goes to?

    candidates

    chris douglas roberts
    chris Kaman
    Monta Ellis
    Bynum
    rodney stuckey
    trevor ariza
    brook lopez


    ill go with my man CDR for MIP so far



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    I'd say CDR, but putting up big numbers on a 1-18 team doesn't seem so great if you ask me.

    That being said, my pick would be Ariza, could be biased, but I think they way he's stepped up his game and led the Rockets this season is phenomenal.

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    Monta is a pretty good choice but people would call me a homer... so i am going with Brook Lopez or CDR or Kaman

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    Joakim Noah imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by asandhu23 View Post
    Monta is a pretty good choice but people would call me a homer... so i am going with Brook Lopez or CDR or Kaman
    actually yo, im gonna go wid u on that one. Hez been amazing, he's averaging close to 25 ppg, and is just straight up ballin'



    CDR aint gonna win nothin. The NBA is not going to give any award to a player that is on a team that will most likely end up with the worst record in the nba. its just not gonna happen i dont think. but monta is a strong possiblity.


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    i would place Carl Landry and Aaron Brooks above Ariza

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    I'll actually go Kaman as everyone knew Landry could score but his rebounding hasn't improved like Brooks/Beasley's D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ko8e24 View Post
    actually yo, im gonna go wid u on that one. Hez been amazing, he's averaging close to 25 ppg, and is just straight up ballin'



    CDR aint gonna win nothin. The NBA is not going to give any award to a player that is on a team that will most likely end up with the worst record in the nba. its just not gonna happen i dont think. but monta is a strong possiblity.
    yeah but he is also averaging 5 TOs a game ( approximately )

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    Quote Originally Posted by asandhu23 View Post
    yeah but he is also averaging 5 TOs a game ( approximately )
    well, thats bound to happen cuz its a highly highly fast paced offense as well as the fact that he has the ball in his hands most of the time and he's either scoring himself or trying to create for others.


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    Dahntay Jones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B.JenningsMVP View Post
    Joakim Noah imo
    He'd be my pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZebraCity916 View Post
    Dahntay Jones.
    Ah totally forgot about him. I'd actually have to give it to him, the way he's been able to improve his offensive arsenal in one season has been tremendous.

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    Channing Frye at least has to mentioned in this discussion

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    Quote Originally Posted by thapharcyd View Post
    Channing Frye at least has to mentioned in this discussion
    Why?

    He is just doing what he did as a rook.

    He isn't averaging a double, double or shooting lights out so he shouldn't be mentioned.

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    Listen not to be a homer but are you kidding me? No Joakim noah? he goes from almost out of the league to 2nd place in rebounding and one of the league's top double double players. I'm not saying he's the clear-cut first place player but he deserves to be on this list wtf?

    Now me not being a homer, it has to be CDR...

    Monte has done this before and so has Kaman...

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