View Poll Results: Who do you think will win the MVP?

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  • Melo

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  • Durant

    3 6.98%
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    7 16.28%
  • None of the above

    3 6.98%
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Thread: 2012-13 Carmelo Anthony Player Performance and News Thread

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    Marbury was a disaster player, definitely very poor PG. Nets were worst with him, changed into best in East with Kidd.

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    1-Melo
    2-Bron
    3-Durant
    4-Cp3
    5-Jared Jeffries

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    Best players:
    1 Le bron
    2 KD
    3 Melo
    4 Kobe
    5 D Rose
    6 CP 3
    7 Dirk
    8 Z bo
    9 Duncan
    10 Dwight

    Melo has to be considered for Mvp tho, he's a new player and the knicks would be lucky to even get in the playoffs without him.

    Players don't lose their spot due to injury for me. If they get back and under preform for a (long) while, then they'll drop out..

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    Melo is really banged up, and we should of expected this...he's been getting hacked all year, a man's body can only take so much.

    We have to perserve Melo for the playoffs.
    If we play him more than 32 minutes per game we will suffer and potential not have Melo for the playoffs.

    Copeland can score in many ways and should have his role increased to save Melo for being overplayed.

    Melo needs his rest, he's not the physical specimen LeBron James or Kevin Durant are...those guys never get hurt because they're durable as ****.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Melo is really banged up, and we should of expected this...he's been getting hacked all year, a man's body can only take so much.

    We have to perserve Melo for the playoffs.
    If we play him more than 32 minutes per game we will suffer and potential not have Melo for the playoffs.

    Copeland can score in many ways and should have his role increased to save Melo for being overplayed.

    Melo needs his rest, he's not the physical specimen LeBron James or Kevin Durant are...those guys never get hurt because they're durable as ****.
    they never get hurt because they're protected by the league

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    MELO INJURY UPDATE

    Alan Hahn (@alanhahn) tweeted at 1:22 AM on Tue, Jan 01, 2013:
    @Mfischhh: @alanhahn melo and amare running on the same team? Yes. Melo sent him a no-look for a dunk over Copeland earlier.

    CAAN'T ****IN' WAIT. Bring on the Blazers.

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    Originally Posted by CA7
    they never get hurt because they're protected by the league
    Yes. You beat me to it. I was just about to add that point to this thread. The way that `Melo has beenfouled constantly this season with no calls means that his body has taken one hell of a beating.

    LeBron and Durant are the two most protected players in the NBA. I watch a lot of Thunder games because Ibaka is one of my favourite players so I see Durant being looked after by the referees in every game, it`s quite sickening.

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    If the Clips keep playing like this CP3 is going to get MVP.

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    Im about to drop my current top 25

    1. Kevin Durant
    2. Lebron James
    3. Carmelo Anthony
    4. Chris Paul
    5. Kobe Bryant
    6. Tim Duncan
    7. Kyrie Irving
    8. Zach Randolph
    9. Steph Curry
    10. Al Horford
    11. James Harden
    12. Kevin Garnett
    13. Tony Parker
    14. Dwight Howard
    15. Josh Smith
    16. Serge Ibaka
    17. Kevin Love
    18. Blake Griff
    19. Rudy Gay
    20. Jrue Holiday
    21. Russell Westbrook
    22. Deron Williams
    23. Dwayne Wade
    24. Varejeo
    25. Tyson Chandler
    26. Jaokim Noah
    27. Chris Bosh

    I probably forgot a few players but as u can see I got Melo at #3. So far this year Durant has been amazing. Hes averaging career highs in every category so far except for points and hes a big reason why the Thunder have the best record in the NBA

    I got Lebron at #2, I think his supporting cast is not as good this year as some people think it is. For the most part i think Bosh is playing real good and Wade is still a good player even though he continues to slow down. Lebron does alot for that team

    The best argument I could see for Melo is if u take him away from us, it'd make it alot tougher for everybody to get their open 3's. And overall hes playing much better defense this year, hes no longer in the liability category. Hes undeniably a MVP candidate, I just think the other two guys are a little better all around.

    Kobe at #5 is a little controversial because of the Lakers expectations but they have had all the injuries and two idiot coaches. They probably woulda been better off with the temporary coach they had. I look at it like this, they are right in the playoff hunt. Without Kobe, they might be in the hunt for the #1 pick

    After that i didnt put too much thought into it and probably will edit this post later but I also got Chandler at #25. Hes been a man handler.
    personally I agree with ESPN's assessment of Melo being the 17th best player in The League and Deron Williams being number 10, Dwight being 3rd best and Gasol and Bynum both being better than him

    LOL!!!


    My honest top 10 based on order at which I'd like to see them in an NY uniform (I feel this is the best way to get an unbiased order)

    Lebron
    Derrick Rose (healthy)
    Melo
    Durant
    DWade
    Kobe
    CP3
    Howard
    Westbrook
    Kyrie

    honorable mention
    Rondo


    D Rose up there may be a shocker but at his best he is simply can't be guarded

    Melo gets nod over KD because there is just an edge and toughness to Melo that I do not see in Durant...plus to me Durant has T-Mac/Jermaine Oneil potential in that he could be a player years from now we are looking back at like "what happened to him"

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    Melo's fresh kicks.

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    If the season ended today, Melo would be MVP...

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    this was better than porn

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    decent article here [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    "Over just his last 17 games, dating back to November 23rd, Anthony has made 58 three-pointers. To put that in perspective, he finished with 59 or fewer three-pointers in five of his seven full seasons as a Nugget."

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    Melo is my favorite player in the NBA.

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