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  1. vasashi17

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    Last names are in alphabetical order.

    I too would like to see AD get it too. Without him NO can say no to the postseason. But of course it's going to go to Harden... Unfortunately.
     
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    Remember these are Regular Season Awards, if we're including post season I would change coach of the year to Stevens.

    MVP: Harden
    6th Man: Lou Will
    Most Improved: Victor
    Def Player of the Year: Rudy
    Rookie of the Year: Mitchell
    Coach of the Year: Synder

    No one ever thought that the Jazz after losing Hayward would make it to the playoffs let alone win a series.
     
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    Here .... send me the $.50

    Jerry West on leaving the Warriors: ‘You have to be wanted’

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    Press Conference to formally announce Jerry West as consultant to Los Angeles Clippers franchise Monday June 19, 2017 at Playa Vista practice facility. West laughs with media and coach Doc Rivers.
    By GARY PETERSON | gpeterson@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group
    PUBLISHED: May 16, 2018 at 1:53 pm | UPDATED: May 17, 2018 at 3:43 am


    Last year at this time, Jerry West was on the payroll of the Golden State Warriors. He’d come to the team in 2011 and helped build the transcendental dynasty we know today.

    As we speak, West is on the payroll of the Los Angeles Clippers, a franchise that for 48 years has drifted from raging incompetence to unrequited success, and back.

    A recent New York Times profile of the man they call The Logo confirmed that West is a healthy, ridiculously accomplished, 79-year-old who can golf his age. So why not slip into Bermuda shorts with dark socks and wingtips and watch the hummingbirds buzz around the back yard?

    “I’m not a person that does very well when I don’t have a reason to get up in the morning,” West told the Times.

    OK, let’s put a fine point on this. Why bolt the Warriors for the Clippers?

    “You have to be wanted,” he said. Confessions of a logo.

    During his time with the Warriors, West dispensed wisdom in five-gallon jugs. He was involved. If he had any more input in the recruiting of Kevin Durant he would be known as the Sixth Hampton.

    But West saw what was happening. Bob Myers was promoted to general manager and did what West once did as GM of the Lakers — earn the NBA’s executive of the year award. Twice. West said he harbors no ill will, but it was clear to him that the Warriors’ younger decision-makers had a preternatural feel for what they were doing.

    Thus West was receptive when the Clippers recruited him after his Warriors contract expired. His first season with the Clips was a rough ride. They gave Blake Griffin a five-year, $171 million contract. They traded guard Chris Paul to Houston. The team tanked. They traded Griffin. They currently hold two lottery picks in the upcoming draft.


    West? He’s an interesting study. He was an All-Star all 14 years of his NBA career. But he was on the losing end of eight of the nine NBA Finals in which he competed. He’ll tell you the one title didn’t even begin to soothe the disappointment of the eight defeats.
     
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    what is your venmo username? I didn't know it was only 50 cents
     
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    I was only kidding. Don't belong to anything affiliated to that and was just able to open it as opposed to you not having it open. Maybe cool is involved. :cool:


    ;) ;)
     
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    I figured you were kidding but I wasn't. Willing to reimburse you. Then when you quoted the entire article I was like... thats it? Not a long article by any means
     
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