Jump to content


Photo

If Lakers ever start playing well, do you think Kobe could end up winning another MVP?


  • Please log in to reply

#1 ONLINE   Pusha Key

Pusha Key
Of course hes not the best in the league anymore but hes putting up the best percentages of his career and scoring nearly 30ppg at 34 years old...
hey.

Posted 21 December 2012 - 06:47 PM


#2 OFFLINE   Young Gee

Young Gee
yes

                             tumblr_n4v5gpX7NQ1rtequ6o1_500.gif

 

russell-westbrook-3-and-strut-game-4-aga

Posted 21 December 2012 - 06:48 PM


#3 OFFLINE   Kobes 5th Ring

Kobes 5th Ring
The Lakers would have to get the best record in the league but it would still be close

Posted 21 December 2012 - 06:49 PM


#4 OFFLINE   Kill BeIl

Kill BeIl
  • Ball hard D-waiters

  • 3,151 posts

    • Country: Country Flag
yes hes been playing like a top three player in the league

tWAO9.png

Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:03 PM


#5 OFFLINE   airWarrior

airWarrior
  • views from the piff

  • 15,530 posts

    • Country: Country Flag
Yes but Lakers would have to have a better record than the Thunder, Heat, and possibly Knicks, which isnt going to happen.

etxjjl.jpg

Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:05 PM


#6 OFFLINE   Jan_Sobieski™

Jan_Sobieski™
  • #Polish- Slavic Swag

  • 4,642 posts

    • Country: Country Flag
Lakers would repeat and win everything.

You never put a limit onto the Citizens.

 

melo-and-the-wonderful-knicks1.gif

Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:12 PM


#7 OFFLINE   Fakhrul

Fakhrul
  • Madness is Delicious!

  • 246 posts

    • Country: Country Flag
Yes, but the chance's quite small.
Except if Lakers got 22 Win Streaks.

Posted Image

Goat Battle

Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:32 PM


#8 OFFLINE   Bball_Jones

Bball_Jones
  • baddest dribbler in the whole neighborhood

  • 4,519 posts

The Lakers most likely ain't getting the best record at this point. If it happened, I can't see why not.

30mxxyo.jpg 33 3ub9c.jpg

Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:11 PM


#9 ONLINE   Ben

Ben
  • LBJ4MVP

  • 28,745 posts


    • Country: Country Flag
Depends.

tumblr_n6zcecCwEc1qex77oo2_500.gif

Posted 21 December 2012 - 09:04 PM


#10 ONLINE   Pusha Key

Pusha Key

Depends.


Great answer
hey.

Posted 21 December 2012 - 09:05 PM


#11 OFFLINE   Shytown

Shytown
  • Motto: Stay put, never quit.

  • 948 posts


    • Country: Country Flag
I don't see why he shouldn't, although he have to worry about that other guy in the EAST, who's been playing pretty great as well. Carmelo Anthony.
So it might very well come down to team record... and matchups. Who outplays who, and which matchups.

qqwrrn.jpg

| Best PG: Rajon Rondo | Fav Newcomer: Damian Lillard | Fav PF: Blake Griffin
Fav 3rd Option: Serge Ibaka  
Fav NCAA: Jabari Parker 

Posted 21 December 2012 - 09:39 PM


#12 OFFLINE   The Logo

The Logo
  • Pls hire Byron

  • 17,519 posts


    • Country: Country Flag
If he nets a top 3 record in the West somehow and he keeps up this efficiency, I think it's possible he can win another MVP, but it'll be a tight race between him, Melo, Durant, and Lebron.

HNL: Bulls GM
1 Championship, 2 Finals Appearances

GSL: Sonics GM

 

Posted 21 December 2012 - 10:16 PM


#13 OFFLINE   DJtheCap™

DJtheCap™
  • r8 it 8/8 m8

  • 3,861 posts


    • Country: Country Flag

Great answer


GOAT answer, sums up everything without pointless words

fb7c54e3437eed88a91251c87041688e.480x286

 

step up m8

Posted 21 December 2012 - 10:30 PM


#14 OFFLINE   DJtheCap™

DJtheCap™
  • r8 it 8/8 m8

  • 3,861 posts


    • Country: Country Flag

If he nets a top 3 record in the West somehow and he keeps up this efficiency, I think it's possible he can win another MVP, but it'll be a tight race between him, Melo, Durant, and Lebron.


yeah I agree, he has a much higher fg% and efficiency rating than he usually does, i doubt it'll stay that way tho. even if it did i doubt he'd beat out Durant or LeBron.

fb7c54e3437eed88a91251c87041688e.480x286

 

step up m8

Posted 21 December 2012 - 10:33 PM


#15 OFFLINE   TGIA

TGIA
No, unless somehow Kobe can keep up his stats (even though with his current stats, he wouldn't win MVP even if Lakers were #3 seed, so he would have to get better) and magically games start becoming wins instead of losses.

If Lakers start doing good, it most likely means other players are gonna being stepping up, and if that happens I doubt he will still be shooting like 21 times a game. So his stats are gonna go down, then he won't be able to win MVP.

Posted 21 December 2012 - 10:38 PM


#16 OFFLINE   Dedo™

Dedo™
  • ♥Tori Kelly♥

  • 2,386 posts

    • Country: Country Flag

I don't see why he shouldn't, although he have to worry about that other guy in the EAST, who's been playing pretty great as well. Carmelo Anthony.
So it might very well come down to team record... and matchups. Who outplays who, and which matchups.


Carmelo will not win the MVP. He just scores the ball and sometimes rebound. He doesn't do anything else. He is trying to play, he is trying to pass, he is trying to rebound. Still just the scoring for him. He won't win the MVP if he can't contribute on some other ways.

Melo is averaging 28 ppg, 6 rpg, 2 apg and his eff is +23 while Kobe averages 29.5 ppg, 5 rpg, 5 apg and his eff is +25,8. So clearly the better player is Kobe but only on the stat sheet. Carmelo has brought his team more wins, they are playing like never before. Kobe on the other hand is playing great but he needs more help from his teammates. If the Lakers play really good and for example like the Knicks then Kobe would be in the same spot as Carmelo competing for the MVP but no he is on the sixth spot in the MVP ladder while Melo is first. I totally agree and understand that he is first but he will drop eventually. Right now i got Durant on the first place on my MVP ladder.

R1c71Ut.gif?1

Posted 22 December 2012 - 02:24 AM


#17 OFFLINE   #1 Euroleague

#1 Euroleague
  • Superstar

  • 1,945 posts


    • Country: Country Flag
if the Lakers have a 40 streak.

Posted 22 December 2012 - 04:01 AM


#18 OFFLINE   probskN

probskN
  • The Golden Age

  • 6,829 posts

    • Country: Country Flag
No he does not. The thing is, and I hate to bring up this stat, is that the Lakers are TERRIBLE when he scores 30+ points. So, when he puts up MVP performances, his team is terrible, but when he puts up pretty average star-player performances, the team has a better shot at winning. He'll be good, but I don't see him being able to win the MVP this year.

Posted 22 December 2012 - 04:16 AM


#19 OFFLINE   Brad

Brad
Yep, I don't see why he wouldn't if the Lakers got the top 2-3 record in the west (which won't happen). I'd love to see Kobe win another MVP before he retires. Unfortunately, Lebron will hog another MVP award :(

lakers.png

Posted 22 December 2012 - 08:23 AM





0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users

Welcome Guest!

Hello and welcome to our forums, Sign In or Register to gain full access to our forums. You may be required to register to be able to discuss and communicate with other members of our community.