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NBA Award Predictions

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  • #16
    Mvp- kd
    Coach of the year- Gregg popovich
    Rookie- mcw
    Sixth man- markieff morris
    Mip- markieff morris, bound to get one of those awards.
    Dpoy- joakim


    • #17
      MVP - Kevin Durant

      Coach - Pops

      Rookie - MCW

      Sixth Man - Taj Gibson

      MIP - Goran Dragic

      DPOY - Noah

      Executive - Ryan McDonough.
      No offense to Morey or Ujiri, they are always great, but McDonough has easily been the best GM this year. Acquired a star? Check. Found a brilliant young coach? Check. Killed Larry Bird in a trade? Check. Took a 25 wins team, blew it apart and got multiple 1st round picks out of it, and then won near 50 games? Check.


      • #18
        MVP: Kevin Durant
        COY: Tom Thibodeau
        ROY: Michael-Carter Williams (Unanimous)
        6MOY: Jamal Crawford
        MIP: Goran Dragic
        DPOY: Joaquim Noah
        EOY: Ryan McDonough though my heart wishes Masai would get it.


        • #19
          i dunno about taj gibson being sixth man. noah and him are unstoppable defensively, but i think i'd vote for jamal crawford.


          • #20
            Joakim Noah won DPOY.


            • #21
              Pop COTY

              2 for 2 for most of us.

              Edit nvm, not as many predicted him as I expected.
              Last edited by BigCamB; Tue Apr 22nd, 2014, 11:23 AM.


              • #22
                BigCamB wrote: View Post
                Pop COTY

                2 for 2 for most of us.

                Edit nvm, not as many predicted him as I expected.
                It's hard to pick him because you could pick him pretty much every year. The Spurs only won 4 more games than last year. It's not like he really took them to a different level. It's the same level they've been on for ages.

                I picked Thibs (who finished 3rd) because Chicago somehow did even better this year with a 2nd straight year without Rose, and with a roster that is in no way better (arguably worse)....

                I didn't pick Hornacek (who finished 2nd) because PHX fell just short of the playoffs and I can't remember the last time a non-playoff coach got it. That said, lots of voters probably make their picks before the season is fully over and PHX just got eliminated in the last few days.


                • #23
                  Goran Dragic MIP.

                  Well deserved, great year. Happy for him.


                  • #24


                    • #25
                      Interesting how Lowry got more votes for MIP over DeRozan. Full voting results can be found here:


                      • #26
                        Welp, I'm 2 for 3 so far.


                        • #27

                          well deserved.. congrats KD


                          • #28
                            man this KD's speech is making me emotional.


                            • #29
                              Executive of the year:
                              1. RC Buford
                              2. Ryan McDonough
                              3. Neil Olshey
                              4. Masai Ujiri
                              5. Pat Riley

                              I would've picked McDonough, but this was basically a career award in this case, like Kobe's MVP, so whatever. Buford did deserve to get one at some point.