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mike2k14
03-27-2019, 06:49 PM
https://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/253087/Chris-Paul-James-Harden-Is-Still-MVP-Despite-Loss-To-Bucks

Chris Paul said that the Houston Rockets' 108-94 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks should have no impact on MVP voting between James Harden and Giannis Antetokounmpo.

"James went on a historic run. Know what I mean? Obviously I'm biased about the MVP and whoever or whatnot, but those of you that decide it on head-to-head games with a few games left in the season, good luck with that," said Paul.

Harden finished with 23 points, 10 assists, and 7 rebounds. Antetokounmpo had 19 points and 14 rebounds.

Eric Bledsoe and George Hill guarded Harden on his left hip throughout the game, forcing him to drive right. But Harden dismissed their defensive impact.

"I still got my shots up. I still was aggressive. I still did what I was supposed to do. Obviously, some shots didn't go in like every other game, but as a team we had our shots that we got. Tonight, they didn't go in. If they go in, it's a different ballgame," said Harden.

JBhaverhill
03-27-2019, 06:53 PM
That's some Sport Misc level cope coming from a professional basketball player

mvpshaq32
03-27-2019, 07:05 PM
Game didn't really show anything though. Both had subpar games while Bledsoe took over the show

beer n brats
03-27-2019, 07:06 PM
Lmao he’s coping cause Harden choked away the MVP.

HoustonMiscer
03-27-2019, 07:32 PM
Chris "Know What I Mean" Paul


Lmao he’s coping cause Harden choked away the MVP.

i hope harden wins mvp so i can bask in the feeling of taking happiness away from you

WrestlingFan123
03-27-2019, 07:41 PM
so long as Rockets get that 3 seed Harden should have it locked up

ClevageGobbler
03-27-2019, 09:23 PM
Chris Paul DNP 24 games this season
Clint Capela DNP 15 games this season

Eric Gordon production and overall contributions way worse than last year...Eric Gordon DNP 14 this season...

Take notes bitchass LeBron James, this is what a real fuking baller will do when his teammates need him. James Harden making up the difference for what his team cannot produce any given game. Makes it happen, wont be denied, gets it done, and zero excuses that's a true leader on the Houston Rockets and this season he's put up Kobe numbers

It's a tough decision but Giannis or Harden I'm fine with either winning the MVP. Based off what has been accomplished, situational, it's Harden hands down. Who's the last person to average 36+pts per game? It's MJ in 1987. Think about that...

ClevageGobbler
03-27-2019, 09:29 PM
Arguably one of the most prolific seasons (top 3 i'd say) in the past 30 years or so

2014-2015 Steph Curry
2005-2006 Kobe Bryant
2018-2019 James Harden

Rn he's a killing machine and sharper than ever. Can't wait to see what he'll do in the playoffs especially if HOU ends up playing LAC in the first round

Massthetics4u
03-27-2019, 09:35 PM
Chris Paul DNP 24 games this season
Clint Capela DNP 15 games this season

Eric Gordon production and overall contributions way worse than last year...Eric Gordon DNP 14 this season...

Take notes bitchass LeBron James, this is what a real fuking baller will do when his teammates need him. James Harden making up the difference for what his team cannot produce any given game. Makes it happen, wont be denied, gets it done, and zero excuses that's a true leader on the Houston Rockets and this season he's put up Kobe numbers

It's a tough decision but Giannis or Harden I'm fine with either winning the MVP. Based off what has been accomplished, situational, it's Harden hands down. Who's the last person to average 36+pts per game? It's MJ in 1987. Think about that...

Damn MJ was a GOD