It wasnt comparison to a single play... Only a retard with low intelligence would see that comparison that way... The point of the comparison was comparing the goal of your mission... the goal of each play is to score a basket... The goal of each team is to win... If you dominate a play with incredible moves and fail to score all the great things you did on that play means nothing now... If you dominate a game and fail to win everything you did in that game goes for nothing... Do you get my point now retard...
Great performances arent considered great if you lose regardless of who your teammates are... Your job as the best player is to carry your team to wins and make your teammates play at a higher level... If you as the best player are the only one playing at the level thats your fault... These are all NBA players they were all great players somewhere at a high level... MVP is more than just an invdividual award its a team and individual award... You cant win MVP without your team... Why do you think the years Chamberlain averaged 50 and 40 points a game he didnt win MVP??? cuz he didnt win...
no...u just made a dumbass analogy that couldn't be less relevant. fact is, wade isn't losing, they're winning and overachieving thanks to him u ignorant inbred fu*k. he's breakin ankles AND finishing with the flush, maybe that makes more sense to u. no they rn't the best team in the league, but they were the worst team last year and might finish with homecourt this year and it's due largely in part to the way he's been beasting. they've already improved their record by 21 wins and that will probably reach about 30 by the season's end.
and thanks for reiterating my stance on the MVP since i clearly and repeatedly have stated that in all likelihood he will not win it considering historic criteria, especially of late, but he's certainly made a push and become a more serious candidate even in the media's eyes recently. it being a team award is exactly what's wrong with it. i think if ur on a playoff team with a respectable record above .500, all those candidates should be on a level playing field. if wade were to mirror the season he's having again next year, perhaps even dip slightly, but pick up an all-star and win 60 games, he'd run away with the award, even if he were playing at a slightly lesser level and actually meant less to his team becuz of the new help he had. does that sound like he became a more "valuable" player to u? not at all. being the best player on the best team is not the same as being the most valuable player in the league. if they wanna keep it that way, that's fine, but they should either add an MOP award, establish real criteria for voting, or take the vote away from the media, the latter of which is a consensus opinion of a lot of people. but aside from that clearly mistaken line of thought u had, i think u misunderstood something on a more elementary level. wade isn't losing, he's winning, and his team is in a great position all things considered, so nothing u said mattered to begin with.