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And the winners will be: NBA Awards Predictions

And the winners will be: NBA Awards Predictions

The NBA regular season is about to tip off and the excitement has reached a feverish level. Especially by all of us here at Prosportsblogging.com

We have posted division previews in anticipation of the season and now we attempt to predict the future further.

The #NBAonPSB experts present their picks for the league’s award winners at the season’s end.  Who will take home all the hardware? Some bold predictions are below:

#NBAonPSB Season Awards Predictions

Warren Shaw  @Shawsports

Logan Williams @LoganWill17

Steven Jones  @Stevenjo5

Sean Eckert   @chefdj409

Cal Lee @CLMECCA75

MVP:

LeBron James (Mia)

MVP:

Kevin Durant (Okc)

MVP:

LeBron James (Mia)

MVP:

Dwyane Wade (Mia)

MVP:

Kevin Durant (Okc)

Sixth Man:

Jeff Green (Bos)

Sixth Man:

Taj Gibson (Chi)

Sixth Man:

Jason Terry (Bos)

Sixth Man:

Ray Allen (Mia)

Sixth Man:

Jason Terry (Bos)

Rookie of the Year:

Damian Lillard (Por)

Rookie of the Year:

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Cha)

Rookie of the Year:

Anthony Davis (NO)

Rookie of the Year:

Anthony Davis (NO)

Rookie of the Year:

Anthony Davis (NO)

Defensive Player:

Dwight Howard (LAL)

Defensive Player:

Rajon Rondo (Bos)

Defensive Player:

LeBron James (Mia)

Defensive Player:

Dwight Howard (LAL)

Defensive Player:

Dwight Howard (LAL)

Most Improved:

O.J. Mayo (Dal)

Most Improved:

Klay Thompson (GSW)

Most Improved:

Derrick Favors (Uta)

Most Improved:

Mario Chalmers (Mia)

Most Improved:

Michael Beasley (Phx)

All NBA:

Rajon Rondo, Chris Paul, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, & Dwight Howard

All NBA:

Rajon Rondo, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, & Dwight Howard

All NBA:

Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, & Dwight Howard

All NBA:

Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Love, & Dwight Howard

All NBA:

Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Love, & Dwight Howard

All Defensive Team:

Rajon Rondo, Andre Iguodala, LeBron James, Serge Ibaka, & Dwight Howard

All Defensive Team:

Rajon Rondo, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Garnett, & Dwight Howard

All Defensive Team:

Rajon Rondo, Andre Iguodala, LeBron James, Serge Ibaka & Dwight Howard

All Defensive Team:

Rajon Rondo, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Kevin Garnett, & Dwight Howard

All Defensive Team:

Rajon Rondo, Gerald Wallace, Luol Deng, LeBron James & Dwight Howard

Coach of the Year:

Avery Johnson (BK)

Coach of the Year:

Tyrone Corbin (Uta)

Coach of the Year:

George Karl (Den)

Coach of the Year:

Mark Jackson (GSW)

Coach of the Year:

Doc Rivers (Bos)

Some very interesting predictions that are sure to spark some controversy. The panel will “defend” or explain the reasoning behind their picks in the comment section below. Jump in the conversation. The #NBAonPSB will conclude it preseason coverage with Conference Finals and a NBA Finals preview tomorrow.

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  1. Warren Shaw Oct 29 20121:00 pm

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    LeBron as MVP is an easy choice. I think Durant will statistically improve especially with Harden out of town but LeBron is just too good in all phases. If he doesn’t win it will be simply cause voters wanted to change things up not because he wasn’t deserving kind of like when Jordan was playing.

    Jeff Green gets an edge of Jason Terry and Jamal Crawford for me for the 6th man. Green looks like a man on a mission and the Celtics plan to use him in a variety of lineups. He is comfortable and ready to earn his $9 million annual contract.

    After seeing Lillard in Vegas I am convinced he will ROY. Nothing against Anthony Davis who I know will be special too but Davis will struggle on offense and Lillard is instant offense. Plus Lillard has Aldridge to get some easy assists from to help boost his rookie numbers.

    DPOY goes to Dwight Howard and I don’t think much explanation is needed. If I saw him in the lane I would definitely settle for a jumper.

    O.J. Mayo may not have a chance in hell at winning the most improved player by virtue of coming into the league with highly regarded skill set. I fear if he does play well voters will just say “It’s about damn time” LeBron style. Nevertheless I think he is in store for a huge bounce back year.

    My All NBA selections isn’t a slight against Kobe or the Lakers…I just feel Rondo and Paul are going to be at MVP levels this year in the backcourt. I would have picked Kevin Love over Howard but missing all that time early with a broken hand changes my thinking.

    No surprises on my All Defensive team. Iguodala will be playing SG for the majority of the year so it’s an easy selection.

    Coach of the year honors will go to the coach with the most improved roster in the league, Avery Johnson and the Brooklyn Nets. If he can get them close to 50 wins he is a lock otherwise George Karl or Randy Wittman could sneak in.

  2. Mohamed Mohamed Oct 29 20122:25 pm

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    -If by bounce back year, you mean a guy who’s going to jack up shots because he’s going to get a bunch of minutes, then ya, he’s going to have a bounce back year.

    I think that Jeff Green is going to starts a plenty amount of games at the 4 position and Jason Terry will be the sixth man of the bench.

    Why can’t the NBA actually have the coach of the yr go to somebody who actually earned it. Last yr was an exception because Pops earned it outright. I hate how it’s based on the most improved roster. People like Jerry Sloan (who never won a coach of the yr) or Phil Jackson (won once) get screwed because nobody knows the little things that they do.

    How did you guys come up with a panel of NBA experts? Was it based on longevity on the site, quality of content? I’m wondering for curiosity sakes.

    1. Warren Shaw Oct 29 20126:47 pm

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      I agree with the assessment on the Coach of the Year. I think the Ty Corbin and Mark Jackson picks by are examples of guys who will actually coach their teams. I would vote in that direction more than the improved roster theory.

      As far as the experts its based on longevity and more or less consistency on the site. I can’t even keep up with all the new people sometimes. I reach out and don’t get responses so I keep it moving with the core that seems to love what we do.

  3. Steven Jones Oct 30 201212:43 am

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    MVP: Many respected NBA thinkers have now spent the last four months (and counting) touting King James’ virtues. They’ll want to validate their anointment by handing him his fourth Maurice Podoloff trophy. Voter fatigue and “someone else’s turn” sentiment won’t likely set in until next season.

    6th Man: I was leaning toward the Jet even before Saturday’s OKC-Houston trade ended James Harden’s time off the bench, simply because Terry will be the primary second unit scorer in Boston and will likely finish games alongside Rondo, Pierce, and Garnett. He has experience scoring points in bunches from the sixth man position and will almost certainly hit a few memorable fourth quarter shots along the way.

    ROY: My Portland-native heart tugs sympathetically toward Damian Lillard, who could make the race interesting if the Blazers overachieve and contend for a playoff spot. Davis, though, showed at Kentucky and in London this summer that he’s the most NBA-ready rookie in at least a half-decade.

    DPOY: LeBron had my (imaginary) vote last year, and this may be the year that his reputation catches up to his ability, especially if he’s playing down low and guarding post players regularly. If he can lock down a few All-Star big men while still wreaking his passing-lane havoc, the voters might have no choice but to recognize him twice at season’s end.

    Most Improved: Favors was one of Utah’s top performers in last season’s abbreviated playoff run, and it seems like the Jazz are ready to play their giant frontcourt of Favors, Al Jefferson, and Paul Millsap more regularly. If Favors approaches a double-double average with two-plus blocks per night, the statistical improvement will leave a lasting impression.

    All-NBA First Team: Wade’s inclusion over Kobe presupposes that no one player will get credit for any Laker success. Howard’s inclusion presupposes that the league had the stones to eliminate the Center position from the All-Star ballot, but won’t do so where prestigious end-of-season awards are concerned. Paul, James, and Durant have these spots locked up for at least the next two years, though CP3 may be looking over his shoulder at a motivated Rajon Rondo and a Russell Westbrook who’s just been handed full ownership of the Thunder car keys.

    All-Defensive First Team: James led the All-D voting last season and could easily repeat. Ibaka fooled the voters once with his league-leading blocked shot average, which distracted them from his mediocre post defense, and should have no trouble doing so again. Howard will have ample opportunity for highlight-reel blocks and prodigious rebound totals as the dominant inside presence in LA. Iguodala will anchor a punishing Denver defense, while Rondo made the Second Team last season and should supplant Chris Paul if he uses being left off of the 2012 Olympic roster as extra motivation.

    COY: The Nuggets are a popular pick to win 50-plus games, and with their lack of a dominant superstar, their coach will be in line for a fair share of credit. Karl’s popularity has never been higher after his recent cancer struggle, and he’s shown the ability to adjust his style in his old age.

  4. Sean Eckhardt Oct 30 20121:02 am

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    Awards picks are very tough before nthe season because there will always be some surprises. LeBron and Durant are easy picks for MVP, I picked Wade. who is more than a dark horse coming off an injury-marred season. Yet the last time Wade was in this position in 2008, he was the best player in the NBA, was the MVP of the US olympic team, and won the NBA scoring title. DWade might not be able to win the MVP with Bron on his team, but experts said the same thing about James two years ago when he joined the Heat.
    James Harden would have been a great choice for sixth man again, but he was traded and will probably start every game for Houston. So Ray Allen, coming off the bench for the only time in his career seems like an obvious choice,
    If Golden State makes the playoffs, Mark Jackson will be COY, period. If they don’t, then let the campaigns begin.

  5. Logan Williams Oct 31 20129:19 pm

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    Kevin Durant as the MVP is not a shock to many people but with Lebron continuing to improve his play year in and year out it seems that he would be the favorite to hold onto his crown but Durant continues to mature and playing in the Olympics this summer helped him round into form and a better player than any time before in his career. Durant will average 30.6 ppg this year with 6.8 rebounds/per game. Rookie of the year considerations will be a moral victory to the Charlotte Bobcats who despite being bad will feature the rookie of the year in their lineup in Michael Kidd-Gilchrist who is a phenomenal athlete and can contribute right away because of the lack of talent that the Bobcats feature and he can blossom into a superstar before our eyes this year. For defensive player of the year Rajon Rondo has sneakily been one of the best defenders in the league with quick hands and the ability to turn a steal into easy fast break points and this year he will get his recognition. Most improved player this year is a tremendous athlete in Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors. Thompson is going to have the opportunity to shine this year and with a young and potent lineup the Warriors are going to put up points and Thompson will be at the helm mainly because of Steph Curry’s inability to stay healthy. The sixth man of the year this year has a good possibility of going to Taj Gibson of the Chicago Bulls who will have to be a key contributor off of the bench both offensively and defensively with Derrick Rose being out until late December or after, and I think he is up to the task. Eric Gordon needs to get healthy but when he is he is an exciting player and a good player to watch. The shooting guard out of Indiana is a solid scorer and is a true game changer if he can stay healthy, but that has been the trouble. Gordon was limited to nine games last year and if he is able to play the majority of this season he will help guide the Hornets in the right direction. The Coach of the year may be a surprising choice with Tyrone Corbin but the Jazz have a talented core of players and with the right touch and guidance they can be a solid team and stir up trouble in the West.
    The All NBA first team should be no surprise as these players are all upper tier players and produce good numbers and help their team win. Rondo took his play to a new level last year and will continue that path this year, Kobe has Nash and Howard at his disposal now and they will help draw double teams off of Kobe to score, Lebron is the best player in the world, Durant is my MVP and the leader of a young and uprising Thunder team, then Dwight who has been immature in the past but his talent and ability to dominate the low post goes unquestioned when he puts it all out on the court.
    The All- NBA defense first team is comprised of players who have a history of being good defenders even though some may not always get that recognition. Rondo is my defensive player of the year and beats out Chris Paul to make the first team, Tony Allen is a superior defender and a tough matchup for anyone he is guarding, Lebron James is the king of chase down blocks and is a very good defender, Garnett was reborn last year as a supreme low post defender and he comes back this year even more improved and more determined, then finally Mr. Howard makes this team as well with his eye on an NBA championship and a big contract so he wants to produce big numbers and show everyone his worth.

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