dcfaithful wrote:Admittedly, I overlooked Paul Millsap's game... what a stat sheet he had last night too:
Paul gets it done on both sides of the floor, and I think that's what separates him from Al as the MVP of the Jazz.
been a fan of this guy for a while ... i reach for him every year in my fantasy league ... and this year - he actually excelled that ...
really ... i would say that paul and al work really well together and play unselfish team basketball ... and that they are both co-mvps ...
Totally agree with you. The two of them together make a great duo of bigs. I also really like that Paul shows he is versatile and able to play the SF position. He might be undersized as a PF, but he makes up for it with other parts of his game.
Utah needs to hang on to their bigs. Their looking to be one of the most dominant front-courts in the league. That's a rarity in today's NBA, and that is an advantage that could become very useful. I really hope there isn't much change with the roster over the off-season. With the exception of Miles, Bell, and possibly Watson, keep the roster how it is. Only problem is... what the hell are you going to get for those three dudes?
7/2/06 - Denver, CO
6/12/08 - Tampa, FL
8/23/09 - Chicago, IL
9/28/09 - Salt Lake City, UT (11 years too long!!!)
9/03/11 - East Troy, WI - PJ20 - Night 1
9/04/11 - East Troy, WI - PJ20 - Night 2