I'm sorry the word idiot was enough to insult you to such a high degree.
I personally could care less about insults. But if I'm not allowed to call out people for stupid shit they say, then I'm not letting others get away with it against me (especially when what I say isn't idiotic. At least let it be in instances where I deserve said insult).
I'd be wrong, regardless of statistics and proof? Wow. Such intelligence in this thread lol. Okay there.
Yes, you'd be wrong regardless. A guy who is elite at one end of the floor isn't better than someone who is elite at both ends of the floor. That, FYI, is what you're saying, and that's incredibly laughable. You're also using a team concept to discredit Anthony Davis as a player. Once again, that is incredibly laughable.
1) Was Ben Wallace a league MVP? Hm?
Going off of the majority of your posts, individual accomplishments don't matter apparently. Otherwise you wouldn't be using the amount of times Anthony Davis made the playoffs against him.
In the last 20 years has there been a single league MVP who is not a top 5 player in their respective season? Hm? Nope. It doesn't matter what you think, it's what majority thinks, and it's what statistics prove.
2) You don't seem to comprehend this. It's statistically much more complicated to be the only team to win an NBA championship than it is to make the playoffs in your respective conference, in which there are 8 slots. In that, a top 5 player should be able to secure such a position. You can't argue against Harden's playoff shortcomings when he's never on the consensus agreed upon best team in the NBA.
Um, yes I can.
It doesn't matter if Harden's team are the odds on favorites or not. What matters is how he performs. You said yourself that Superstar players elevate their teams. And yet more often than not, Harden was the main reason for his teams losing in the playoffs, even in moments where they WERE favored to win. And it isn't like the opposing teams possessed players who were well known defensive stoppers of Harden. He just always massively under-performed because that's what he does.
The Rockets are never frontrunner favourites to win the chip, and that's not Harden's fault. You can say one of the greatest PGs, but Paul is not what he once was, he's aging, he's on a bad contract, and he's a notorious playoff failure. Wow, really, bringing Capela into this. As if all teams don't have a good supporting player. Like the Raptors had in Siakim, like the Bucks had in Lopez, Brogdon, etc. Like Portland had in Kanter. Come on dude lol.
Why isn't it Harden's fault? So now we're suddenly not holding the standard against the top stars on the team? I thought we were. You can't change the narrative of your argument to support your view on the matter. It doesn't work like that. Either be consistent with your logic or admit you're just making shit up.
And yeah, all great teams have good supporting players. That's exactly my point and why I mentioned Capela in the first place. He changed the dynamic of the Rockets and made them a legitimately great team. So did Paul. Yeah, Paul is aging and at this point isn't worth the money he's being given, but a year ago? He was the main driving force behind Houston almost pulling off a shocking upset over Golden State until he once again went down with injury. You want to call Paul a notorious failure in the playoffs? His performance in last years playoffs against the Warriors was better than anything Harden ever did in the playoffs.
3) Anthony Davis doesn't have any weaknesses? L O L, come on, get off the dudes dick.
Okay, so you tell me what his weaknesses are then, apart from injuries. Come on, tell me. I gave you Harden's weaknesses. The man plays no defense, is a turnover machine and, despite being this offensive god you speak of, shoots a below average FG%.
You have made some of the most terrible attempts at an argument and reply, and you want to tell me I'm wrong, and wondering why I can't even bother with you anymore, OMEGALUL dude.
You just got done claiming that the Bucks weren't favorites to win the East this year, even though they were heavily favored. You thought you could get away with telling us outright lies and you want to tell me I'm bad at arguing? You make Stephen A Smith sound like Dom2k with your logic.