If you're not comparing Nash to the greats, then why are mentioning all these NBA ledgends for? I never said Nash was better than them, SAY WHAT YOU MEAN...don't be afraid boy.
And remember one thing, all time great players aren't based on two seasons. Let the whole thing go, its taking your agruement no where.
Okay your agruement is
Nash isn't a great player
He's not worthy of MVP.
Let me shut down your agruement completely right now with ease.
Nash is atleast a top 10 NBA player right now, go ahead and name 10 guys in the NBA that are better than Nash right now.
So if Nash is a top 10 NBA player...they are only 9 great players according to you? The rest of the NBA all stars and all NBA second and third team players aren't great now, according to your off the head logic.
And is there a player in the NBA as good as Nash with both hands? Nope... I mean look at those left handed bounce passes, he's one of the most craftiest players in our generation.
If Kidd can take over an NBA game, then Nash can. I thought you meant by taking over meaning that score 50 bull**** Kobe does, but still losing. If you're gonna through Kidd's name in there, you have to throw in Nash, don't even contradict yourself like that again child.
Shaq, Kobe and Dirk couldn't even get out of the first round this year, its also useless when you bring playoffs into the regular season MVP discussion.
Nash is the keystone for this Suns team that has challenged and redefined the brand of basketball played in the NBA, and that says a lot. The value for for pass first PG's is increasing. Look at the Toronto Raptors with Calderon and TJ Ford. Others PPG doesn't always equal wins. The year Wilt averaged 50 they didn't win ****. Same with Jordan's for his first 3 or 4 years in the league. He averaged around 35-37 and wouldn't even make the playoffs. Nash is not better than those guys at their prime, but Nash living proof you do not need to lead the NBA in PPG to win MVP. If that was the case, where are agruements for Jerry Stackhouse MVP's trophy in the year he averaged almost 30 points per game? Not only Nash scores points 17-19 ppg a game, he's by far the league leader in assist per game. This is reason why Nash deserved MVP. The funny thing is, Nash got better after each year he won MVP, so he was definately a deserving canidate for MVP this season.
Stop trying so hard to disagree.