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    I think it's Durant's year. I think Deron Williams will be in the running as well.

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    oh, yeah i like deron williams.

    I think the Executive Of The Year is already a lock *cough rigged cough* it's going to pat riley.
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    I dont think d will is in it this year, he will get what, 20 and 11, i think howards numbers will be better then that, durants, d rose might have 25 and 8, and kobe with 27 or 28 and 5 and 5, and then d will, but maybe williams has a big year, if he could snatch 4 boards and have 25 and 11, he might win

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    Williams does a lot more than score and drop dimes. He rebounds and defends. In the league today he's the closet thing to Jason Kidd in his prime. I feel he's going to elevate his game to another level this season. He will be the undisputed best PG in the league by the end of the season. That team is nothing without him and if they win a whole lot of games he will create strong support. I love Rose's game but I think you're overrating him. D-Will isn't as flashy but he's been far more effective.

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    ya, he definitely is the second coming of kidd or at least as close as you can without actually being jason kidd.

    utah is nothing without him for sure as we saw in the playoffs he was single handedly winning those games.

    i mean, c'mon, he had no back to the basket center and has no sg, it's him in the back court alone.
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    Durant for sure. If you think he's just the guy who takes the majority of the shots, you are wrong. He's a great leader, great voice, great motivator and is one of the few NBA super-stars which is actually down to earth, well for now and I hope for his career. Keep it steady, play well and win Championships just like Duncan did. Last year he showed how good he was, and OKC are gonna be real good for many years to come. I don't expect their core to move around, they seem pretty tight.

    Durant will be MVP. Followed by Howard, Kobe, D Rose, Wade.

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    if OKC improves their playoff seeding, i think it's durant's.

    if i were a conspiracy theorist, i think it goes to one of the two miami guys... just so david stern can villify the league's Lex Luthor even more.

    i'm not though. so durant for me.

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    KD has to be the front runner in my opinion unless the Thunder do a complete tank or he is injured.

    None of the big three will get it because ESPN dare not piss off Wade or Lebron.

    ESPN starting hyping the Thunder last year, and I agree this time with them.

    I think it will be KD's to lose because the ESPN hype will carry him over the top.
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