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Player Awards 2006!

Breakout Season: Tayshaun Prince

Wish he would have never left college: Marvin Williams

Most frustrated coach: Larry Brown

Biggest Disappointment: Shareef Abdur-Rahiem

Most Likely To Retire: Gary Payton

Most failed comeback: Grant Hill (followed closely by Amare Stoudamire)

Whine whine cry award: Antoine Walker (When James Posey comes back)

Best kept secret in the NBA: Troy Murphy

Good for him, bad for Team award: Brad Miller's stats in his new "C-Webb/Vlade"-less environment

Fight of the Year: Kobe & Phil... I know, boring and obvious, but it's true

Fan Player32 wishes Ron Artest would come beat the sh*t out of Award: Whining little brat who sits in front of me @ Warriors games

"Goodbye Cruel World" Award: Kevin Garnett after the Wolves miss the playoffs again

Most unhappy with his team Award: Cuttino Mobley

Ugliest player: Nick Van Exel (closely followed by Sam Cassell)

Worst player who used to be good: Nick Van Exel (closely followed by Grant Hill)

Biggest bitch: Nick Van Exel

Surprise playoff team: New York Knicks (Warriors aren't a surprise and Milwaukee aint making the playoffs)

Biggest trade regret: Sacramento after C-Web helps the Sixers go deep in the playoffs

Biggest joke comparisson: Vince Carter to Dominique Wilkins ('Nique would WHIP Vince's ass)

Best VP of Operations: Chris Muh-Fukkin Mullin, baby!
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Wow, except for Tayshaun's breakout season and Cuttino's attitude problem, I was right on about everything. I am a friggin genius.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 12:57 pm
Best kept secret in the NBA: Troy Murphy


And what that secret is.....I guess only you and Troy will ever know! :?:
I remember the good old days of Teagle, Garland, Askew, Mokeski, and even Mr. Jennings.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:27 am
Better look closely #32 - Phil and Kobe seem just fine, Antoine Walker hasn't been whining much, Brad Miller is having one of his worst statistical seasons and Knicks have a chance but are no certainty to make the playoffs.

Troy Murphy is playing worse than he did last season........ was that the secret????
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 9:16 am
Ummm...

I called the Phil-Kobe fight to hit around the All-Star Break, so give it time...

Do you not recall Antoine Walker crying his eyes out at Jason Williams earlier this year???

Brad Miller is a soft center who averages 15 points, 8 rebounds, and FIVE ASSISTS a game (with good percentages). The departure of Webber has meant more touches for him.

The Knicks will end up in the playoffs at the year's end. Don't worry.

Troy Murphy is still averaging 15 and 9, though! You can't EXPECT someone to average a double-double, the way he did last year! Murphy's a great player without the recognition. The "NBA's best kept secret" (since most of you don't seem to realize what this incredibly common phrase is) means the best player that no one knows about! Troy Murphy's name is always circling the top of that category (he just came out of a slump, you'll see it in the next few games).
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 9:17 am
migya wrote:Troy Murphy is playing worse than he did last season........ was that the secret????



Shhhh, don't tell anyone. It's a secret. :-$
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 9:28 am
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migya wrote:Troy Murphy is playing worse than he did last season........ was that the secret????



Shhhh, don't tell anyone. It's a secret. :-$


He is the best 42% shooter one the warriors.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 10:18 am
42% from the arc...? Yes, you're correct. Murphy hits at least 40% of his shots for 3.
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#32 wrote:42% from the arc...? Yes, you're correct. Murphy hits at least 40% of his shots for 3.


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He's only shooting 34% in 3pt . 42 % is his fg %.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 12:24 pm
Check again in 5 or 6 games. His stat's have been tanked due to his slump.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 7:33 pm
Troy murphy is shooting 43.2% FG and 34.4% 3PT FG for the season! End of story!
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:05 am
Actually, it's not the "END OF STORY" because the season is far from over.
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#32 wrote:Surprise playoff team: New York Knicks (Warriors aren't a surprise and Milwaukee aint making the playoffs)


Nice try, #32.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2006 12:23 am
Hey, hey... the Knicks are making the playoffs. Don't count them out yet. If not for an ill-advised shot taken by Jalen Rose at the buzzer today, they'd have a W over Houston. I admit, Jalen played some good ball this afternoon... but what was he thinking heaving up an air-ball in double coverage, 26 feet out, with over 5 seconds left in the game?!?! He should have dished to Jamal Crawford (who was knocking down J's the whole 4th).

Eddy Curry (when he's on) is one of the East's most dominant centers... Jamal Crawford, Stephon Marbury, and Quentin Richardson are all talented players, but unfortunately need more touches than their teammates to be satisfied (so, the smart thing to do to solve that problem would be to pickup Jalen Rose, right...? :roll: Don't get that move)... Nate Robinson is a very capable rookie (hell, he MUST be for LB to even let him see any daylight on the court)... and, lastly, the Knicks are led by Larry Brown (my pick for best coach in the league). Don't be so quick to count them out... a quiet race for the final spot in the East may feature the Knicks grabbing an 8th seed.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:34 am
The Knicks made the trade for Rose just for the first round pick they got. The have traded a few or their picks to Chicago (in the Curry deal), and Rose will be a expirer next season (and even then, they'll be over the cap).

What I don't get is why Toronto made that trade. Rose would be even more valuable next season as a expirer, and they've lost a first rounder...

And I don't think the Knicks will make the playoffs. Larry will trade most of them. In the next two seasons, they'll only keep maybe a couple of players from this roster. Then they'll make the playoffs.
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