Best in League: CP3’s Shooting Too Good To Ignore

November 12th, 2009 by Joe Gerrity Leave a reply »
Welcome to the first of many Best in League rankings. This will give us an opportunity to discuss not who the MVP is, but who is playing the best basketball in the NBA. Too often players are left out of MVP consideration becaus tof the poor play of their teammates. In recent years it's been almost a requisite that the MVP also be on one of the best three teams. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense because those teams are generally deep and would in most cases be OK without that player. On the other hand guys like Chris Paul and Dwayne Wade (until last year) carry the entire load on their shoulders and are somehow punished for that in the voting. Kobe led the Washington Generals to the playoffs while scoring 57 points per game and lost to small, defensively challenged caveman playing on a stacked team. In what world does that make sense? Anyway, these are the guys who are playing the most exceptionally. Apologies to Fg%- Carmelo, Wade, Martin Turnovers- Nash Almost- Chris KamanBegin Slideshow


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