Winning makes LeBron James worthy of MVP

There are 15 comments on the Mar 11, 2009, South Florida Sun-Sentinel story titled Winning makes LeBron James worthy of MVP. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Cleveland's star of stars and rightful MVP to Be Who Has Earned the Award 10 Times Over convened a news conference before playing the Clippers, feeling great about himself and the world ...

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The People of Florida

Warren, NJ

#1 Mar 11, 2009
I really don't agree that Lebron's is a better candidate than Wade base on th winning percentage. When you compare (forget the 4 inch tall diferrence) the teams and where they are coming from last season as well as the other intangibles I really have Wade on top of all players by far. So far Wade deserve to be the MVP as he has been of the most value for the Team than Lebron and forget about Kobe who has several stars around him.
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#2 Mar 11, 2009
Okay Joe, We get it already. Youre in Love with Wade. Next time he's in town, you 2 can rent a hotel room together...
kenny

Auburn, WA

#3 Mar 11, 2009
The People of Florida wrote:
I really don't agree that Lebron's is a better candidate than Wade base on th winning percentage. When you compare (forget the 4 inch tall diferrence) the teams and where they are coming from last season as well as the other intangibles I really have Wade on top of all players by far. So far Wade deserve to be the MVP as he has been of the most value for the Team than Lebron and forget about Kobe who has several stars around him.
cmon man...the only difference between the two rosters is mo williams...and mo williams doesnt make a 37 game difference..and its not how good a team would be without a player, its how great a team can be with a player!1489
stunna 1

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#4 Mar 11, 2009
wade for mvp!!!!!!!
Tiffany

Yakima, WA

#5 Mar 11, 2009
yeah stunna, yo' i told yo we like 2 peas in a pod yo!

r we da only smart 1's in dis muthhafukka?

Wade for MVP dont get it twisted y'all. y'all saw what he done did!

WADE WADE WADE!

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#6 Mar 12, 2009
kenny wrote:
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cmon man...the only difference between the two rosters is mo williams...and mo williams doesnt make a 37 game difference..and its not how good a team would be without a player, its how great a team can be with a player!1489
Kenny, not sure what you mean. There's been games throughout the season that 4 or 5 Cavs have scored double digits when LB was double/triple covered. I really don't think that Andy, Delonte, Z, Wally and Booby get enough credit.
Tiffany

Yakima, WA

#7 Mar 13, 2009
bewitched what he mean iz dat Wade be dwarfin' Lebron by a long shot. nobody even thinkin bout Lebron anymore! ya feel me?

Wade=Champion

Lebrick= 100percent hype!
kenny

Auburn, WA

#8 Mar 13, 2009
Bewitched wrote:
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Kenny, not sure what you mean. There's been games throughout the season that 4 or 5 Cavs have scored double digits when LB was double/triple covered. I really don't think that Andy, Delonte, Z, Wally and Booby get enough credit.
yup, i totally agree with you...but its not like they are there every night stepping up, most of the time its just lebron and mo, and then Z, who hits big shots...but miami has guys like JO, Beasley, Dequan, chalmers, moon, udonis haslem, and they had marion, and all those guys are just as valuable to the heat as the cavs you named are to the cavs...no knock on the rest of the cavs either, but its mainly lebron and Mo about 75% of the time, and the rest of the guys chip in. cuz you have around 50 points per night from 2 players, then you have around 50 per night from the rest of the 9 man rotation...so half of the scoring is coming from 2 guys, the rest are just playing their roles!
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#9 Mar 14, 2009
well i think wally,delonte,daniel,and big z make it easy for lebron too score,when you have players who can run the floor as well as they do,it makes it easy for a player to get wide open shots,and lay ups,just like the lakers bench,it seems like they have a second set of starters

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#10 Mar 14, 2009
Tiffany wrote:
well i think wally,delonte,daniel,and big z make it easy for lebron too score,when you have players who can run the floor as well as they do,it makes it easy for a player to get wide open shots,and lay ups,just like the lakers bench,it seems like they have a second set of starters
This is your best post to date. You're right about both teams having a good bench. That is not by accident. That is the goal of their organizations to put together the best players they can possibly acquire. Destination....playoffs.
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#11 Mar 16, 2009
thank you,i try use what i know,i watch nbatv a lot,so i get a lot of that from there,and based on what i already know
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#12 Mar 16, 2009
so basically, the only knowledge comes from NBA TV then...
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#13 Mar 16, 2009
nah,not all of it,why?
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#14 Mar 16, 2009
I was joking Tiff
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#15 Mar 16, 2009
oh,okay then were still cool sweetie, even if you cant stop drinkin water for one second

just kiddin waterboy

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