Neb
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NBL MVP 2020/21

Just to annoy you Perth supporters:

Vic Law will win MVP this season.

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Andrew  
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Andrew  
Last year

Orlando Johnson will be MVP

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KET  
Last year

Teys

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robt  
Last year

Hope that Andrew & Neb are both right.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Superstars Sloan and Crocker will battle out for MVP.

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BENSON  
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BENSON MAKES A MID SEASON SIGNING RETURN PLAY FOR BRISBANE WINS MVP WITH HARRY FROLING AHA

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Anonymous  
Last year

Cotton if not injured.

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Luuuc  
Last year

I think Cotton will struggle if Perth can't put another scorer on the floor with him. He's not going to be efficient within our current roster so I've got no issue at all with people nominating non-Cats MVPs.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Fat frolling

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Anonymous  
Last year

Hopson for me.

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Anonymous  
Last year

I would have thought Machado would be the favourite this year

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robt  
Last year

Luuuc, isn't that what Steindle and Blanchfield are there for? Even play different spots so that they can be the other or couple of scorers, on the floor, with him. And Norton showed, during the pre-season, that he can score too. That's 4 scorers, who could play together.

[Now for a 5-man who can rim-protect and swat at one end, and a stretch on offence with a deadly 3.]

Sarcasm aside, I do see a weakness. Obviously, with Damo gone their (Perth's) defence is going to suffer, but by much more that a 1-position player should be responsible for. Damo made Perth's defence and he made it good, real good. Norton, possibly the next best defender, now their best defender and Wagstaff, doesn't make the team look so defensively scary. They still have Trev though.

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Andy  
Last year

Creek

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D2.0  
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Machado in his 2nd season should be phenomenal. And a couple of new imports across the league that could be exceptional.

Cotton is the incumbent, but that just means that from game one teams will be planning on how to shut him down.
And yes, he needs some solid scoring partners, and only time will tell who they will be.

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Shano76  
Last year

Are the Sixers imports even here yet?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Sloan arrived in Adelaide today

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Anonymous  
Last year

Casper could be worth a few dollars. Steindl as a really roughly.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Fat frolling

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Anonymous  
Last year

Assuming he's healthy the entire season, Hopson will take out the MVP IMO

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robt  
Last year

MVP. What does it stand for? I know the letters stand for Most Valuable Player, but to whom? To the team, the league? Consequently, it can be evaluated differently.

As an eg., the comment above qualifies that Hopson, if healthy, will win that award. I ask, what if while he is healthy and the Breakers are winning and he gets un-healthy, and they start losing? Does that not show an immense value in him being there?

Melo was also an example of this. He plays, the hawks win some games, he pulls the pin, they lose more, is he not worth serious consideration for his value to his team [and in his case, he was also a tremendous value to the league!].

But you're right, if he [and all else in same situation] ain't playing, he[they] will be overlooked!

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robt  
Last year

Oooops! "and the Breakers are winning and he gets un-healthy,", should
"and the Breakers are winning and then he gets un-healthy,".

That's better.

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Mystro  
Last year

Hopson is signed with Melbourne not NZ, Breakers signed Lamar Patterson

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robt  
Last year

'Course, sorry and thanks!

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Anonymous  
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Cam Oliver or Scotty Hopson

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Anonymous  
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Josh Giddey

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Anonymous  
Last year

Is this a guessing competition?

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Mystro  
Last year

Lamar Patterson has been playing Finals with his team in Puerto Rico so he should turn up in decent shape ready to play vs previous seasons where he had to play himself into shape.
Hopson if healthy all season would be a pretty good chance at MVP and Scott Machado won't be a slouch either but one of the new crop of imports may just turn out to be a stud and steal the show.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Casper, got to prove a point.

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