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PostSubject: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:22 pm

The 6th man award was handed out today. JR Smith is the big winner. Our boy, GH, landed in the "also receiving votes catagory".

1. J.R. Smith, Knicks: 72 first-place votes, 484 points
2. Jamal Crawford, Clippers: 31 first-place votes, 352 points
3. Jarrett Jack, Warriors: 14 first-place votes, 170 points
4. Kevin Martin, Thunder: Two first-place votes, 31 points
5. Ryan Anderson, Hornets: One first-place vote, 11 points
6. Andre Miller, Nuggets: Seven points
7. Jordan Crawford, Celtics/Wizards: One first-place vote, five points
8. Manu Ginobili, Spurs; Carl Landry, Warriors; Nate Robinson, Bulls; Corey Brewer, Nuggets: Four points

Also receiving votes were Charlotte's Ramon Sessions, Miami's Shane Battier, Portland's Luke Babbitt, Utah's Gordon Hayward, Dallas' Vince Carter and Milwaukee's J.J. Redick.




Side note: Who the hell voted for Luke Babbitt (62 games, 11.8 MPG, 3.9 PPG, 2.2 RPG, 37 FG%)? They should have their voting rights revoked immediately.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:36 pm

Paul George maintains the long tradition of the Most Improved Player award going to a player that didn't really improve his game but just got to play a lot more minutes.

I'm going to project Hayward as a leading candidate for MIP next year based solely on the fact that his minutes and usage will increase by about 25%.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:19 pm

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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Wed Apr 24, 2013 1:38 am

I'm not sure if this the right spot to post it, but: I think M. Jackson should either receive the Coach of the Year award, or, "the Coach who happened to lead his team further than anyone expected" award. There's not a "Rookie Coach of the Year" award. But, if there were, I would vote for M. Jackson as #1 and Jaque Vaughan as #2.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:15 am

Saint Louis wrote:
I'm not sure if this the right spot to post it, but: I think M. Jackson should either receive the Coach of the Year award, or, "the Coach who happened to lead his team further than anyone expected" award. There's not a "Rookie Coach of the Year" award. But, if there were, I would vote for M. Jackson as #1 and Jaque Vaughan as #2.

HERESY!!!!

Jackson isn't a rookie coach, his rookie season was spent tanking.

My Rookie coach of the year would be Terry Stotts of Portland in a landslide. He did an amazing job with that team this year.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:13 am

Final voting talley for the DPOY award won by Marc Gasol

Player, Team 1st 2nd 3rd Total

Marc Gasol, Mem 30 16 14 212
LeBron James, Mia 18 15 14 149
Serge Ibaka, OKC 14 15 7 122
Joakim Noah, Chi 13 10 12 107
Tony Allen, Mem 9 15 12 102
Tim Duncan, SA 11 11 6 94
Larry Sanders, Mil 4 18 16 90

Voting is done on a 5-3-1 basis by a panel of 121 sportswriters



What? No votes for Big Al?
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:51 pm

Weird choice. I do not think Marc Gasol was that great of a defensive stud this year. If anyone it should be T.Allen from Memphis to get credit for their great defense.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:15 pm

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Paul George maintains the long tradition of the Most Improved Player award going to a player that didn't really improve his game but just got to play a lot more minutes.

I'm going to project Hayward as a leading candidate for MIP next year based solely on the fact that his minutes and usage will increase by about 25%.

I totally agree with PG winning it, when he didnt improve all that much.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Mon Apr 29, 2013 10:35 am

TheMagnus wrote:
Paul George maintains the long tradition of the Most Improved Player award going to a player that didn't really improve his game but just got to play a lot more minutes.

I'm going to project Hayward as a leading candidate for MIP next year based solely on the fact that his minutes and usage will increase by about 25%.

The top 10 vote getters (and their total voting points) for MIP were.... (no Jazz player garnished a single vote)

Paul George (Indiana) 311
Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans) 146
Larry Sanders (Milwaukee) 141
Nikola Vucevic (Orlando) 109
Jrue Holiday (Philadelphia) 102
Omer Asik (Houston) 86
James Harden (Houston) 53
Stephen Curry (Golden State) 18
Serge Ibaka (Oklahoma City) 15
Chandler Parsons (Houston) 14
Kemba Walker (Charlotte) 9

I think George did a great job leading the Pacers in the absence of Granger this year, but I would have voted for Vasquez. GV went from 26mpg to a 34 mpg starter. He improved from 8.9 ppg to 13.9 ppg & went from 5.4 apg to leading the league in total assists & averaging 9.0 apg, which was third in the league. He also upped his FG & 3-point %'s and averaged over 4 rpg.

Also, based soley from a Fantasy Bball perspective, I think Parsons should be a bit higher.

I saw someone mention Hayward as a possible MIP nominee next year, but I think, given the opportunity, Kanter would be the Jazz' best hope for that award in 2013-14.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Fri May 03, 2013 12:23 pm

2012-2013 Kia NBA Rookie of the Year Voting Results

Rookie, Team 1st 2nd 3rd Total
Damian Lillard, Portland 121 -- -- 605
Anthony Davis, New Orleans -- 96 18 306
Bradley Beal, Washington -- 14 52 94
Andre Drummond, Detroit -- 5 21 36
Dion Waiters, Cleveland -- 2 15 21
Harrison Barnes, Golden State -- 1 5 8
Chris Copeland, New York -- 2 2 8
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Charlotte -- -- 3 3
Jonas Valanciunas, Toronto -- -- 2 2
John Jenkins, Atlanta -- -- 1 1


No shock here. He won Rookie of the Month all 6 months, broke Steph Curry's rookie three pointers record & is one of only 3 rookies to ever score at least 1,500 points and shell out 500 assists (Oscar Robertson & A.Iverson).
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Thu May 09, 2013 1:10 pm

Just in case you didn't hear.... LeBron James won the MVP, one vote shy of unanimous (C.Anthony got 1 vote).

No doubt in my mind that he deserved it. What's crazy (and comical) is that s few people who have had the right to vote bestowed upon them, actually voted for guys like Lee, Garnett & Lawson.

LeBron James, Miami 120 1 - - - 1,207
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City - 93 21 2 3 765
Carmelo Anthony, New York 1 16 51 27 17 475
Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers - 2 27 39 23 289
Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers - 4 12 23 27 184
Tony Parker, San Antonio - 2 7 8 13 86
Tim Duncan, San Antonio - 2 1 12 10 65
James Harden, Houston - - - 7 12 33
Russell Westbrook, OKC - - - 1 6 9
Dwyane Wade, Miami - - 1 - - 5
Stephen Curry, Golden State - - - - 3 3
Kevin Garnett, Boston - - - - 1 1
David Lee, Golden State - - - - 1 1
Ty Lawson, Denver - - - - 1 1
Marc Gasol, Memphis - - - - 1 1
Joakim Noah, Chicago - - - - 1 1
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Thu May 09, 2013 1:12 pm

Your 2012-13 NBA Coach of the Year is ..... George Karl (DEN)

2012-13 Coach of the Year results

Team 1st 2nd 3rd Total
George Karl Denver 62 26 16 404
Erik Spoelstra Miami 24 17 19 190
Mike Woodson New York 6 28 13 127
Gregg Popovich San Antonio 11 16 17 120
Frank Vogel Indiana 3 11 12 60
Lionel Hollins Memphis 6 4 13 55
Mark Jackson Golden State 3 6 14 47
Tom Thobodeau Chicago 2 7 9 40
Kevin McHale Houston 1 3 3 17
P.J. Carlesimo Brooklyn 1 1 0 8
Vinny Del Negro LA Clippers 1 1 0 8
Larry Drew Atlanta 1 0 1 6
Doc Rivers Boston 0 1 1 4
Scott Brooks Oklahoma City 0 0 3 3

I probably woulda voted for 1. Pop's & 2. Vogel, but Karl is a good choice.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Fri May 24, 2013 6:37 pm

All-NBA teams were announced.

http://www.nba.com/2013/news/05/23/lebron-leads-first-team-all-nba/index.html#$/2013/news/05/23/lebron-leads-first-team-all-nba/index.html

First: Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Tim Duncan

Second: Tony Parker, Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin, Marc Gasol

Third: James Harden, Dwyane Wade, Paul George, David Lee, Dwight Howard


Al Jefferson got one first team vote, and was the only Jazzman to get any votes at all.

I've been watching ESPN today, and they are thinking that Melo deserves a first team nod, but also kept saying that because he is a forward, he would have to replace James or Durant. I say that is B.S., because Kobe doesn't deserve to be on that first team and should get the boot. He was a 100% lifetime achievement vote (tying Karl Malone for the most first team appearances of all time). Also, what is Duncan doing on the first team if the team has to consist of two guards, two forwards and a center? The NBA has always billed Timmy as a PF despite the obvious truth that he is a center. Convenient that he can be a center now, when it serves a purpose. I'm not a Melo fan, but he really does deserve to be on the first team this year. I'd also put Parker ahead of Kobe, and also think that Griffin on the second team is a joke. Dwight Howard should not be anywhere near an All-NBA honor this year either.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Sat May 25, 2013 6:09 am

zero24gravity wrote:
All-NBA teams were announced.

http://www.nba.com/2013/news/05/23/lebron-leads-first-team-all-nba/index.html#$/2013/news/05/23/lebron-leads-first-team-all-nba/index.html

First: Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Tim Duncan

Second: Tony Parker, Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin, Marc Gasol

Third: James Harden, Dwyane Wade, Paul George, David Lee, Dwight Howard


Al Jefferson got one first team vote, and was the only Jazzman to get any votes at all.

I've been watching ESPN today, and they are thinking that Melo deserves a first team nod, but also kept saying that because he is a forward, he would have to replace James or Durant. I say that is B.S., because Kobe doesn't deserve to be on that first team and should get the boot. He was a 100% lifetime achievement vote (tying Karl Malone for the most first team appearances of all time). Also, what is Duncan doing on the first team if the team has to consist of two guards, two forwards and a center? The NBA has always billed Timmy as a PF despite the obvious truth that he is a center. Convenient that he can be a center now, when it serves a purpose. I'm not a Melo fan, but he really does deserve to be on the first team this year. I'd also put Parker ahead of Kobe, and also think that Griffin on the second team is a joke. Dwight Howard should not be anywhere near an All-NBA honor this year either.

I hate to say it ( I really do, cause Kobe's a tool) but Kobe absolutely deserved to be first team. Kobe was the only reason the Lakers made the playoffs this year, and he had his best individual season since they won the Championship.

I mean the guy averaged 27 points, 5.6 reb, 6 ast, 1.4 stl per game, and he shot a respectable 46% FG. He also played 11 more games, and I'd argue he was better overall, than Melo.
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PostSubject: Re: 2012-13 NBA Awards   Sat May 25, 2013 6:59 am

TheMagnus wrote:

I hate to say it ( I really do, cause Kobe's a tool) but Kobe absolutely deserved to be first team. Kobe was the only reason the Lakers made the playoffs this year, and he had his best individual season since they won the Championship.

I mean the guy averaged 27 points, 5.6 reb, 6 ast, 1.4 stl per game, and he shot a respectable 46% FG. He also played 11 more games, and I'd argue he was better overall, than Melo.

Disagree. Kobe had an impressive finish to his season, but the first three-quarters of the year wasn't 1st team quality IMO. I did, however, forget that Melo missed that many games, which does alter my opinion slightly.
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