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  • KeonClark
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    Ibaka for 6th man 2020

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  • KeonClark
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    SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post

    While we’re on the topic, when was the last big man 6th man?
    The last True, Blue Center?

    Bill Walton, 1986

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    This got me thinking, when was the last time a center won MIP OR MVP?

    Well, MIP: Kevin Love won it 7 years ago, and Jermaine O Neal 9 years before that...BUT both were power forwards at the time. SO we gotta go all the way back to freaking 1996-97, Isaac Austin of the Heat.

    MVP? Shaq, 1999-00. Yes, 19 years and counting. That makes 38 awards gone by without the center getting it

    Come on big fellas!! Davis and Embiid are the best center hopes for MVP, and as far as MIP you just never know, maybe Jonas gets 22 and 12 this year in Memphis
    While we’re on the topic, when was the last big man 6th man?

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  • KeonClark
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    golden wrote: View Post

    Yep. Last 6 MIP winners are: Oladipo, Giannis, McCollum, Butler, Dragic, Paul George = 5 all-stars & 1 MVP.
    This got me thinking, when was the last time a center won MIP OR MVP?

    Well, MIP: Kevin Love won it 7 years ago, and Jermaine O Neal 9 years before that...BUT both were power forwards at the time. SO we gotta go all the way back to freaking 1996-97, Isaac Austin of the Heat.

    MVP? Shaq, 1999-00. Yes, 19 years and counting. That makes 38 awards gone by without the center getting it

    Come on big fellas!! Davis and Embiid are the best center hopes for MVP, and as far as MIP you just never know, maybe Jonas gets 22 and 12 this year in Memphis

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  • golden
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    SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post
    All star next.
    Yep. Last 6 MIP winners are: Oladipo, Giannis, McCollum, Butler, Dragic, Paul George = 5 all-stars & 1 MVP.

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    All star next.

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  • Kagemusha
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    Congratulations MIP!

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  • DanH
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    Well deserved.

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  • G__Deane
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    Spicy wins MIP!

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  • Puffer
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    From The Athletic. Pascal Siakim on motivation for next season now that he has been a member of a team that has won an NBA championship.

    "Regardless of what Kawhi Leonard decides to do this offseason, Siakam, at 25, will be a significant part of the Raptors’ future. Two huge games in the NBA Finals plus a likely most improved player award cemented his talent and value. His rookie-scale contract as the 27th pick in 2016 was worth $6.4-million over four years. It is difficult to imagine his next contract going lower than the four-year, $100-million deal Giannis Antetokounmpo signed at the same point in his career, back in 2016. In fact, Siakam will probably get a richer deal, maybe right up to the maximum he can receive.

    Siakam knows he can be the second scorer on a championship team, and knows he is about to jump several NBA class strata. This is where his time with Leonard as a teammate paid off.

    “He has everything in his game. He can do everything,” Siakam said of Leonard. “He can score in the post. He can shoot 3s, mid-range. And he can guard everybody. That’s a perfect kind of player if you want to be somebody in this league — to be able to defend, and for me being to that level where I can do whatever I want out there on the floor.

    “For me, I think the motivation is look what you did in three years. What can you do in 10? You know? It’s about continuing to build and understanding that you put the work in and you got to this point, but it’s only been three years. What can you do in more than that? So that’s my motivation: seeing how great I can be.”

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  • Joey
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    I think it’s worth revisiting the fact that Pascal averaged 20/7/4 on 50% shooting along with very versatile defense in the finals, in just his third season and his first as a featured player. I’m incredibly excited to see what further improvements he makes this summer
    Totally man. Couldn't be happier with my Spicy P jersey. Going to frame the Kawhi jersey I was wearing the night we won, so #43 will be my only jersey in the rotation.

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  • 007
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    I think it’s worth revisiting the fact that Pascal averaged 20/7/4 on 50% shooting along with very versatile defense in the finals, in just his third season and his first as a featured player. I’m incredibly excited to see what further improvements he makes this summer

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  • Kagemusha
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    I hope Paskal stays hungry.
    Work on adding muscles and upper and lower body strengths over the summer.
    if he follow Kobe's advice and add a midrange jumper to his game, he will be almost unguardable.

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  • Zak24gege
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    Pascal came up big in Game 6 after sitting out the 4Q in Game 5. After going 0 - 12 from 3 over the previous 4 games he nailed his first 2 3's early in the 1Q. As mentioned above he made some key baskets in the 4Q to help seal he deal. At 24 he still has many years to both improve and star in this league.

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