Season 4 MVP

Discussion in 'Season 4 Archive' started by Mousey, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. Baxter MJ Deane

    Nah brah. Back off.
  2. the_killerz S Bakkum

    It's not hard to be Top if playing for the Colts ;) I have to prove myself against a whole side that is stacked with superstars.
  3. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    It's always hard to win MVP's.
  4. Jabba HJ Bots

    :lol: you don't even have 1 superstar. Morgan is the closest you have but far too inconsistent on offense.
  5. Harps ZAF MacDonald

    MacDonald is a big shot at this.
  6. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    I would have said Hall is the closest they have. But yeah they are just a team full of role players.
  7. Baxter MJ Deane

    Deen IMO. Got a 5 in his last game (face)
  8. Jabba HJ Bots

    Hall has been average this season compared to "superstars", really down on production
  9. Starris ER Starris

    I love it!
  10. Jabba HJ Bots

    But in terms of team players, it is hard to look past Lukic and I as 2 of the best in the league. We play in a team which prioritizes the 3 man post offense. We sit on the wings waiting for the kick outs and when we get involved and produce more often then not the Pandas wins.

    Best team players in the league

    Andrew James - plays on a 3 man superstar team and still contributes heavily
    Shane Masters - That colts backcourt and plays second fiddle to McDougal in the frontcourt
    Raptor Vince and Luke Lukic - Without them the Pandas would be the most predictable team in the league
    Teddy Tiger - One of the best defenders in the league on a backcourt heavy team
  11. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    Which is why the tigers don't have a superstar atm, because there superstar isn't producing at the levels he should be.
  12. Jabba HJ Bots

    Does that make him a superstar or just someone who punched above his weight on an average team?

    A superstar would still dominate on a team of role players whereas someone who punched above their weight would suffer from not having as many chances to produce the numbers
  13. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    He was a superstar.

    And honestly even superstars do go through times when there production is down.
  14. Jabba HJ Bots

    Not just his production though. He has had games with like 6+ turnovers. Even if he was a superstar he most definitely isn't now imo. He is very much still a key player but when he gets the ball he just gets completely shut down by other players I have noticed.
  15. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    He clearly isn't playing like a superstar atm. But neither is morgan and morgan never was, where as Hall was. Tigers are about to hit a wall though. It's all an irrelevancy.
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2013
  16. Jabba HJ Bots

    I find it interesting how they have such a good record. Considering they really do lack key players. Morgan would have been lucky to make the souths allstar side when it was picked, Only would have had a case to be picked ahead of Diggler who was the last person I picked, If I had of had another big man option Diggler wouldn't of even had a spot in the side. Hall hasn't been in the same class as other allround big men like Hunt,Narang and Gazza this season and Lee and Ames couldn't make the North Allstar side. The last one was controversial though could have made a case for him to be picked if you wanted to.
  17. Mousey AJ Son

    Tigers = 2004 Pistons
  18. Jabba HJ Bots

    So we have the

    2004 Pistons as the Tigers
    2011/12 Bulls as the Pandas

    what other teams did you clone into bballsim :ninja:
  19. Number 11 CJ Downes

    2011/12 Bobcats=Phantoms :ninja:
  20. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    That is so unfair to Hunt to compare him to 11/12 Boozer...

    Also if I get injured in the first game of the finals Imma be so pissed.

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