The case for Co-MVPs

Discussion in 'Basketball Talk' started by SportsChump, Jul 23, 2020.

  1. SportsChump

    SportsChump Well-Known

    I’m about to catch some heat for this next post.

    “Fence sitter!” they’ll scream from the rafters. “LeBron apologist!” will cry anyone who has ever read this site. “Make a damn decision and stick with it!” will shout the purists.

    Well, these days, doing so isn’t that simple and I’ll tell you why.

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  2. TJ

    TJ Dez Caught It

    In the NFL we've had co-MVPs in the past: Brett Favre and Barry Sanders in the late 90s (don't remember the exact year) and Peyton Manning and Steve McNair in 2003 (or was it 2004?). I don't see why a tie in the voting would be a big deal. It's not like a presidential election or something...

    Anyway, my vote is for Giannis.
  3. SportsChump

    SportsChump Well-Known

    I tie in the presidential elections. Now THAT would be something in 2020.

    Can you imagine Trump and Biden living in that house together for four years?

    Talk about an odd couple!
  4. TJ

    TJ Dez Caught It

    Doesn't Congress decide in case of a tie?

    You're right, though...both having to share the position and be co-Presidents would be hilarious xD.