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4/8/11 12:56 AM
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If Kevin Durant played in Chicago he would be MVP this year
4/8/11 1:29 AM
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 Is Rose still on the team in this situation?
4/8/11 1:38 AM
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Depends on whether or not they were still as successful as they are.  If so, true.
4/8/11 3:49 AM
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a better one is how would the Bulls be if they had Russell Westbrook instead.about 22ppg and 8apg.
4/8/11 8:58 AM
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It is a little odd that the "best" offensive player on a defensive team gets so much love.
4/8/11 12:32 PM
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In this situation the both play on the same rosters Rose plays for the Oklahoma City Bulls in the Western Conference and Durant for the Chicago Thunder in the East
4/8/11 12:34 PM
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28ppg 7rpg 3apg .460 fg%
25ppg 4rpg 8apg .441 fg%

One of those is considered a lock for MVP, the other is a long shot
4/8/11 12:47 PM
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CRBMoney14 - 28ppg 7rpg 3apg .460 fg%
25ppg 4rpg 8apg .441 fg%

One of those is considered a lock for MVP, the other is a long shot

yes, and there is a very good reason for that. one of them played with the #2 guy and the #3 guy out 1/3 of the year each and still lead his team to #1 in the conference.
4/8/11 1:00 PM
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Deng has been healthy all year
4/8/11 2:42 PM
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CRBMoney14 - Deng has been healthy all year

 But when your starting center and PF go down, each who just signed 60mil dollar contracts this offseason, and their replacements are 38 year old Kurt Thomas and a rookie....the credit has to go somewhere right? Can't go to the bench because they don't always show up. Can't go to the coaching because they don't always play great defense and Thibs has made plenty of mistakes this season(which is to be expected from a rookie head coach). The Bulls are doing what they are doing while missing Boozer, Noah, and without a true shooting guard all season.

Deng has been playing the best basketball of his career on both ends this season but he is no D Rose and could not carry that team by himself.
4/8/11 3:00 PM
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CRBMoney14 - Deng has been healthy all year

 But when your starting center and PF go down, each who just signed 60mil dollar contracts this offseason, and their replacements are 38 year old Kurt Thomas and a rookie....the credit has to go somewhere right?


So logically it goes to the PG and not the two guys who filled in for them? So it doesn't matter who Rose plays with now b/c he can just elevate his game to a another level?

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