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    Default NBA 2011-2012 Season Awards

    Predictions first before the recognitions are handed out.

    Most Valuable Player - Kevin Durant

    Rookie of the Year - Kyrie Irving

    Defensive Player of the Year - Dwight Howard

    Most Improved Player - Jeremy Lin

    Coach of the Year - Tom Thibodeau

    Sixth man of the Year - James Harden
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    My predictions:

    Most Valuable Player - LeBron James

    Rookie of the Year - Kyrie Irving

    Defensive Player of the Year - Dwight Howard

    Most Improved Player - Luol Deng

    Coach of the Year - Scottie Brooks

    Sixth Man of the Year - James Harden
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    MVP comparison between LeBron James (MIA) and Kevin Durant (OKC).

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    Most Valuable Player - LeBron James
    Rookie of the Year - Kyrie Irving
    Defensive Player of the Year - Dwight Howard
    Most Improved Player - Nikola Pekovic
    Coach of the Year - Gregg Popovich
    Sixth man of the Year - James Harden

    All-NBA 1st team
    G- Tony Parker
    G- Kevin Durant
    C- Dwight Howard
    F- Kevin Love
    F- LeBron James

    All-NBA 2nd team
    G- Rajon Rondo
    G- Dwayne Wade
    C- Andrew Bynum
    F- Al Jefferson
    F- Danny Granger

    All-NBA 3rd team
    G- Chris Paul
    G- Kobe Bryant
    C- Marc Gasol
    F- Pau Gasol
    F- Blake Griffin

    Funnily, I can't see how any Bulls' player can fit in this year's awards, although they end up with a fair and square best NBA record..

    Rookie 1st team
    G- Kyrie Irving
    G- Ricky Rubio
    F- Kenneth Faried
    G- Isiah Thomas
    F- Kawhi Leonard

    Rooke 2nd team
    G- Brandon Knight
    G- Kemba Walker
    F- Chandler Parsons
    F- Klay Thompson
    G- Marshon Brooks
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    Quote Originally Posted by wardjdim View Post
    Most Valuable Player - LeBron James
    Rookie of the Year - Kyrie Irving
    Defensive Player of the Year - Dwight Howard
    Most Improved Player - Nikola Pekovic
    Coach of the Year - Gregg Popovich
    Sixth man of the Year - James Harden

    All-NBA 1st team
    G- Tony Parker
    G- Kevin Durant
    C- Dwight Howard
    F- Kevin Love
    F- LeBron James

    All-NBA 2nd team
    G- Rajon Rondo
    G- Dwayne Wade
    C- Andrew Bynum
    F- Al Jefferson
    F- Danny Granger

    All-NBA 3rd team
    G- Chris Paul
    G- Kobe Bryant
    C- Marc Gasol
    F- Pau Gasol
    F- Blake Griffin

    Funnily, I can't see how any Bulls' player can fit in this year's awards, although they end up with a fair and square best NBA record..

    Rookie 1st team
    G- Kyrie Irving
    G- Ricky Rubio
    F- Kenneth Faried
    G- Isiah Thomas
    F- Kawhi Leonard

    Rooke 2nd team
    G- Brandon Knight
    G- Kemba Walker
    F- Chandler Parsons
    F- Klay Thompson
    G- Marshon Brooks
    So Marc Gasol is the 3d best center in the NBA these days?

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    Most Valuable Player - Kevin Durant
    Rookie of the Year - Kyrie Irving
    Defensive Player of the Year - Serge Ibaka
    Most Improved Player - Ryan Anderson
    Coach of the Year - Gregg Popovich
    Sixth man of the Year - James Harden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight forward View Post
    So Marc Gasol is the 3d best center in the NBA these days?
    The other candidates stats-wise would be
    Gortat (no playoffs)
    Hibbert (clearly worse stats + Granger is already mentioned for the Pacers)
    Monroe (far away from the playoffs)
    Cousins (same to Monroe)
    Noah (possibly the sole alternative. He's averaging 10.1ppg+9.8rpg, while Gasol is averaging 14.5+9.0+3.2apg)

    I don't see anyone better than him, sorry. Let alone Memphis' good season, without Randolph in most of its part
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    So Marc Gasol is the 3d best center in the NBA these days?
    to me yes, and very good one. he is great on ofense and defense. memphis playing old schol basketball trough him, he is their key guy and on defense he is much better then hyped defender like deandre jordan
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    Plus Marc Gasol defines consistency with his overall play. Very smart as well. Memphis survived the long absence of Zach Randolph because of Gasol's inside presence. Next is Tyson Chandler.
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    MVP: KING JAMES

    Defensive Player of the Year: KING JAMES

    Rookie of the Year: Kyrie Erving

    6th Man of the Year: James Harden

    Coach of the Year: Greg Popovich


    ALL NBA First Team:

    C: Dwight Howard
    F: Kevin Durant
    F: KING JAMES
    G: Kobe Bryant
    G: Chris Paul

    ALL NBA Defensive First Team

    C: Dwight Howard
    F: KING JAMES
    F: Shawn Marion
    G: Chris Paul
    G: Kobe Bryant
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    MVP- LeBron James
    Rookie of the Year- Kyrie Irving
    Defensive Player of the Year- Dwight Howard
    Most Improved Player- Jeremy Lin
    Coach of the Year- Gregg Popovich
    Sixth Man of the Year- James Harden

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    Coach of the Year goes to Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs.
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    Tyson Chandler is the winner of the defensive player of the year award according to yahoo! sports
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    Jason Kidd of the Dallas Mavericks has won the 2011-12 NBA Sportsmanship Award (Joe Dumars Trophy).
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    Ryan Anderson of the Orlando Magic with the Most Improved Award for the 2011-2012 NBA Season.

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    Congratulations to James Harden of the Oklahoma City Thunder, winner of the 2011-2012 Sixth Man of the Year award.
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    Once again, the KING of the NBA is KING JAMES. Too Big, Too Strong & Too Good. However, my main man has to show the NBA and the rest of the sporting world that he can rise up to the occasion and do what all the other NBA Greats: Jordan, Magic, Larry & Kobe ... etc have done and that is to win an NBA Championship. Will he be able to? I have confidence in the KING in delivering. Throughout this season, the KING has shown why he is considered one of the Greatest of All Time, with his style of play that combines Magic and Jordan which allows him to dominate defences in any way, shape or form. I predict that he will retire in 10 years time and he will finish with a total of 5 regular season MVPs, 4 Championships, 4 Finals MVP and 1 Defensive Player of the Year. He will definitely join the ranks of Jordan, Magic, Larry and all the other NBA Immortals. I predict that people will put him as the 2nd Greatest of All Time after Jordan.



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    All NBA Defensive Team

    Dwight Howard
    Serge Ibaka
    LeBron James
    Tony Allen
    Chris Paul


    All NBA Defensive Second Team

    Tyson Chandler
    Kevin Garnett
    Luol Deng
    Kobe Bryant
    Rajon Rondo
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