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  • consmap
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    Most Valuable Player: DeMar DeRozan

    Defensive Player of the Year: PJ Tucker, Delon Wright

    Sixth Man of the Year: Terrence Ross

    Most Improved Player: DeMar DeRozan

    Rookie of the Year: Jakob Poeltl

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  • JawsGT
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    MVP

    1. Demar
    2. Lowry
    3. Cojo (if we can consider PJ and Ibaka for any of these awards, then I feel I have to acknowledge Cojo's contributions since the all-star game. Despite playing poorly early on, the turnaround was amazing following the Lowry injury and absolutely essential to how we closed the season. If cojo had continued playing like he had early, the team may have crashed and burned).

    DPOY

    1. PJ
    2. Patterson
    3. Ibaka

    6th man

    1. Patterson
    2. Cojo
    3. PJ

    MIP

    1. Demar
    2. Cojo
    3. Wright

    ROY

    1. Poeltl
    2. Wright
    3. Bebe

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  • Cody73
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    MVP: Demar.

    DPOY: Patterson. (Can't judge 23 games as a full season, alas. Patt wins by default)

    6M: CoJo.... and even saying that made me wretch.

    MIP: Wright

    ROY: Poeltl.

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  • Deems
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    Most Valuable Player
    1. Demar Derozan
    2. Kyle Lowry
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    3. Cory Joseph

    Defensive Player of the Year
    1. Patrick Patterson
    2. PJ Tucker
    3. Serge Ibaka

    Sixth Man of the Year
    1. Cory Joseph
    2. Patrick Patterson
    3. Norman Powell

    Most Improved Player
    1. Demar Derozan
    2. Delon Wright
    3. Cory Joseph

    Rookie of the Year
    1. Jakob Poetl
    2. Pascal Siakam
    3. Fred Van Fleet

    CJo sky rocketed his play after the all star break to solidify being the best 6th man, and arguably the 3rd most valuable player to the team. DeMar's play is self explanatory, MVP and MIP by a mile. We saw what happened to our defense when Patterson went down for a bit, to an outsider it doesn't look like he brings much but we all know how important he is on the defensive end. Big Jak takes the ROY for me just because I don't see Delon being a rookie. Serge and PJ have too small of a sample size for me to consider them for these, if they played even half the season I'd give them both DPOY.

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  • blackjitsu
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    MVP:
    1. Demar
    2. Lowry
    3. 2Pat

    DPOY:
    1. PJ
    2. Pat Pat
    3. Corey

    Sixth Man:
    1. 2 Pat
    2. Corey
    3. PJ

    MIP:
    1. Demar
    2. Delon
    3. Demarre?

    ROY:
    1. Yak
    2. Van Vleet
    3. Pascal

    Tried to keep new players picked up mid season off my list, but PJ has been undeniable in what he does. Serge probably should have gotten some DPOY consideration as well. No way Pascal should be ahead of VV. Fred has played critical games, in critical moments, despite having three other people ahead of him at his position. At one point Pascal was the only available 4 on the team. He got passed by 2 green center prospects for PF depth.

    That said, he's made strides in the D League, I think he's got a decent future, so he makes my list.

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  • Maury
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    DanH wrote: View Post
    I really tried not to actually, aware of my own bias. But tough to give MVP to guys only here for a couple months, and raw production stats (like total WS) show him as the runaway third most productive player. Almost put Pat in there (with how the team collapsed mid-season when he was hurt) but tough to peg a glue guy as MVP, and he was already in my DPOY and 6th man lists. Couldn't talk myself into anyone else, he was basically there by default.
    I'm totally fine with it. I would have said Jonas if not for the major impact that Tucker had, especially in the locker room. To me, the impact that Tucker has had on this team is nothing short of a miracle and it's exactly what we needed. In terms of pure production, JV is a beast, I'm just valuing Tucker's short time here a lot.


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  • slaw
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    MVP - Derozan. Nothing really needs to be said here.

    DPOY - Patterson, with a caveat: Ibaka if based only on the last quarter of the season.

    Sixth Man - Joseph. Steady. 79 games played.

    MIP - Wright. DLeague to playing himself into the rotation. And maybe even the playoff rotation....

    Rookie - Poeltl. Siakim did yeoman's work early on but Poeltl is clearly the better player and prospect.
    Last edited by slaw; Mon Apr 10th, 2017, 04:39 PM.

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  • DanH
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    Maury wrote: View Post
    I knew you would have Jonas in there Dan.


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    I really tried not to actually, aware of my own bias. But tough to give MVP to guys only here for a couple months, and raw production stats (like total WS) show him as the runaway third most productive player. Almost put Pat in there (with how the team collapsed mid-season when he was hurt) but tough to peg a glue guy as MVP, and he was already in my DPOY and 6th man lists. Couldn't talk myself into anyone else, he was basically there by default.

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  • DanH
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    planetmars wrote: View Post
    Guys are cheating.. Wright's not a rookie. He played in 27 games last year. If he's a rookie then so is Powell.
    This is the first non-garbage time he's played.

    Plus, we're just playing by the rules outlined in the OP.

    Also note: for rookie of the year, I'm being more loose with the definition of rookie like the NHL. I'm including Bebe, Wright and Bruno because they've never been a part of the rotation before this year. I'm omitting Norm.

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  • The Great One
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    Bebe Noguiera should never ever be on anyone's DPOY list. I'm just sayin......he's actually a worse defender than JV.

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  • S.R.
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    planetmars wrote: View Post
    Guys are cheating.. Wright's not a rookie. He played in 27 games last year. If he's a rookie then so is Powell.
    I'm fine with that, dead people voting is where I draw the line.

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  • planetmars
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    Guys are cheating.. Wright's not a rookie. He played in 27 games last year. If he's a rookie then so is Powell.

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  • S.R.
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    Wow, this is actually tough with the Ibaka/Tucker late additions (how do you weight 23 GP?), the Ross trade, the way Bebe/Siakam faded while Delon/Poeltl came on at the end of the year, and the very recent disappearance of Norman Powell

    I'll try to give a lot of weight to overall production for the year as a whole:

    Most Valuable Player
    1. DeMar DeRozan
    2. Kyle Lowry (sorry buddy)
    3. N/A

    Defensive Player of the Year
    1. Tucker/Ibaka (Tucker + Serge on D have been huge, double vote probably breaks voting system)
    2. Patrick Patterson (Raps are just a lot better when he plays, switches + smart D just don't show up in the box score)
    3. CoJo (really found himself at the end of the year)
    Hon. Mention: Terrence Ross

    Sixth Man of the Year
    1. CoJo
    2. Patterson
    3. Powell
    Hon. Mention: Terrence Ross

    Most Improved Player
    1. DeMar DeRozan
    2. Lucas Nogueira
    3. Terrence Ross

    Rookie of the Year
    1. Delon Wright (would be a no brainer if he had the full season)
    2. Jakob Poeltl (probably should have gotten more burn earlier in the year)
    3. Pascal Siakam

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  • Maury
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    DanH wrote: View Post
    Most Valuable Player
    1. Kyle Lowry
    2. Demar Derozan
    3. Jonas Valanciunas

    Defensive Player of the Year
    1. PJ Tucker
    2. Patrick Patterson
    3. Serge Ibaka

    Sixth Man of the Year
    1. Patrick Patterson
    2. Cory Joseph
    3. Terrence Ross

    Most Improved Player
    1. Demar Derozan
    2. Kyle Lowry
    3. Lucas Nogueira

    Rookie of the Year
    1. Delon Wright
    2. Jakob Poeltl
    3. Pascal Siakam
    I knew you would have Jonas in there Dan.


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  • DanH
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    Most Valuable Player
    1. Kyle Lowry
    2. Demar Derozan
    3. Jonas Valanciunas

    Defensive Player of the Year
    1. PJ Tucker
    2. Patrick Patterson
    3. Serge Ibaka

    Sixth Man of the Year
    1. Patrick Patterson
    2. Cory Joseph
    3. Terrence Ross

    Most Improved Player
    1. Demar Derozan
    2. Kyle Lowry
    3. Lucas Nogueira

    Rookie of the Year
    1. Delon Wright
    2. Jakob Poeltl
    3. Pascal Siakam

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