Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by 4ML:
It's not important to me. I was only interested in the difference between Lebron and Durant as I've said before.
Yes, it's the same difference between Carmelo and Curry. Shocking!
I'm not saying you're blind, you just lack objectivity because you are so aligned with Lebron. Nowhere was I trying to diminish his epic season or how good he is, I'm simply stating that the evidence that was presented was misleading. Goodness.
Sure, take Carmelo and Curry example. Carmelo got a vote for MVP and Curry didn't get a nod as an All-Star reserve. Carmelo is a super-star...Curry is an all-star caliber player. That is shocking
difference considering many felt Durant has taken over or is on par with Lebron in 2011. And, it's not like Durant has slumped or hasn't improved. The dude shot 50, 40, and 90 from field, 3s, and charity strip.
Finally, regardless of what I think of Lebron, I've criticized him when I feel it's warranted. Yes, I don't criticize him for petty s**t like the majority of ppl or pretend to write his legacy after every game. I try to be pretty objective...but I've my biases just like everyone else. Last two years speak for themselves.
I was just pointing out how far ahead Lebron is from the rest of the league - including Durant (who I like very much).
You can use any example you want from PER stat - and the gap is shockingly
[ Edited by 4ML on Aug 31, 2013 at 2:32 AM ]