Beyond the Arc’s Race to the MVP

November 15th, 2009 by Beyond the Arc Basketball Leave a reply »
In this edition of Beyond the Arc's Race to the MVP, I'd like to focus your attention on Steve Nash. Ever so often you have that savvy league veteran who never appears to be on the decline. Last year, it seemed pretty evident Nash was not that player, but he has certainly opened up some eyes this year, as he's off to a hot start with the Suns who are rolling right along with the second best record in the league.

Another interesting topic of concern are the Milwaukee Bucks led by their rookie sensation, Brandon Jennings. He's playing like a true leader and was not afraid to step up when Redd went down with his injury. But one thing that can't be overlooked is that Scott Skiles has a proven record of getting the most out of journeymen and young players. He took a Bulls team that hadn't won more than 30 games in eight years and got them 47 wins in his first full season coaching them. The team didn't go under .500 until he was fired in a year that involved a lot of bad attitudes and his players' unwillingness to listen, among other troubles.

I'm sure the Bucks offense will get better when Redd comes back because they do struggle to score when they don't go to Bogut ...

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