First Round MVP

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by himat, Apr 21, 2006.

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Which piston will do the best in the first round and which buck will do the best?

Poll closed Apr 29, 2006.
  1. Chauncey Billups

    7 vote(s)
    24.1%
  2. Rip Hamilton

    6 vote(s)
    20.7%
  3. Tayshaun Prince

    5 vote(s)
    17.2%
  4. Rasheed Wallace

    9 vote(s)
    31.0%
  5. Ben wallace

    2 vote(s)
    6.9%
  6. T.J. Ford

    2 vote(s)
    6.9%
  7. Michael Redd

    14 vote(s)
    48.3%
  8. Bobby Simmons

    2 vote(s)
    6.9%
  9. Andrew Bogut

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  10. Mo Williams

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
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  1. himat

    himat Bench Warmer

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    Which Piston will do the best this series, and also which buck could do the most damage to the pistons?
  2. linwood

    linwood All-Star

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    I picked Rip n Redd. Redd can't play D on Rip, and you just can't stop Redd.

    Should be a shootout!
  3. Zoso

    Zoso First Round Draft Pick

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    It was Chauncey and Redd for me. The game plan should call for Chauncey to use and abuse TJ Ford in the post. So I expect him to have a big series. And I chose Michael for the same reason that Linwood described. :P
  4. DirtyMoney

    DirtyMoney First Round Draft Pick

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    Richard Hamilton and Michael Redd will be the keys. I am hoping that Tay comes out hard.
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    linwood All-Star

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    After reading DirtyMoney's post, I would like to add Tayshaun as the X factor!
  6. Dlev59

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    There it is!!

    Tay might be the MVP of each round. I am looking for him to really assert himself in this years playoffs, both on the offensive and defensive end.

    Perhaps, it took Tay a couple of months to get upset about the All Star snub and he will make Piston opponents pay when it counts, the second season.

    He has really looked good the last couple of weeks and I expect that to continue. So, my pick is Tay.

    MVP for the Bucks, maybe the refs, because they are the only folks that could save them...........:laugh:
  7. R05C03

    R05C03 Second Round Draft Pick

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    its all roscoe (sheed) this playoffs:eyebrows:
    redd...ass, ford....ass, sheed....B1tChin' good as hell
  8. max

    max All-Star

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    I thought Ben was the true finals MVP. But he does not score so it officially goes to the scorer.

    Seriously though, Ben does not like the lose and he is looking for someone to take out the last 4 games of the season on.
  9. Warthog

    Warthog Bench Warmer

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    i said chauncey simply because he's going to get tj ford in foul trouble, force him to play on both ends, and abuse ford when the pistons are on offense. ford is super quick, but it doesn't matter if every time he scores chauncey comes back and annihilates him.
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    Ben Wallace is going to come out a monster. Chauncey can use and abuse Ford, but I think he'll defer to the many teammates covered by bad defenders, especially... Rip Hamilton.

    Michael Redd goes without saying as the Bucks' MVP - he'll average 35 PPG on 80% shooting, probably. And the Bucks will lose.

    Tayshaun Prince will be neutralized like he always is when defenses key on him. Every team the Pistons face will be using the Spurs' quick weakside double every time he gets the ball on an isolation play.
  11. lazyberbs

    lazyberbs First Round Draft Pick

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    Yeah, I picked Rip and Redd. They are both pretty unstoppable when they are on and Rip has been resting enough.

    I look for 30 out of each one of them, to start with, and probably average at least 25 per game.

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