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Thread: Jan Vesely is the 2019 Euroleague MVP

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    Not much to argue, since no clear favourite for MVP award in current season.

    So Vesely sounds as good as any other potential candidate for me.

    My other favs for this award were

    Milutinov
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    Clyburn
    Gudaitis
    Calathes
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    Quote Originally Posted by radallo View Post
    Not much to argue, since no clear favourite for MVP award in current season.

    So Vesely sounds as good as any other potential candidate for me.

    My other favs for this award were

    Milutinov
    James
    Clyburn
    Gudaitis
    Calathes
    You’re missing Poirier, the best rebounder of Euroleague, 8th in blocks and 18th in points and in contrast to Vesely great in playoffs.
    I wouldn’t vote for Vesely even to be top3 C. in EuroLeague, but I can understand how he was voted MVP. If Milutinov, Poirier, Davis or Gudaitis(without injury) were playing for Fener, they would have been MVP.
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    Sure, there were other potential candidates,

    Poirier, I excluded because his numbers were inflated by Shengelia's absence.. not his fault of course.

    As we know, the team and its results play a pivotal role
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    Quote Originally Posted by radallo View Post
    Sure, there were other potential candidates,

    Poirier, I excluded because his numbers were inflated by Shengelia's absence.. not his fault of course.

    As we know, the team and its results play a pivotal role
    Poirier was the best in playoffs, Shengelia being back, and pretty average in second part of regular season, Shengelia being out.

    Bitadze and Poirier are the most interesting Cs for NBA, than Milutinov.
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