Monday, April 16, 2012

Jeremy A Finalist For The NBA Sportsmanship Award

Jeremy Lin was named a division winner for the 2011-2012 NBA Sportsmanship Award. The other division winners are also finalists for the award:

Chris Paul
Antawn Jamison
Jason Kidd
Shane Battier
Luke Ridnour

CLIPPERS: PAUL NAMED DIVISIONAL WINNER FOR 2011-12 NBA SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

17 comments:

  1. Hahaha Jason Kidd named a finalist for sportsmanship award...Who in the world nominates these things?! If he wins there'll be a riot in NYC.

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    1. Seriously Jason Kidd? He don't deserve that award after that foul that he did to Jeremy Lin. Our @Jlin7 should win it. He's a good role model, humble and a team leader. I miss Lin, it's so boring to watch Knicks games now. I always pray for his speed recovery.

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  2. That was my first thought as well. "Jason Kidd? Seriously? Why not Andrew Bynum? Or Kevin 'face-stomp' Love?"

    The NBA Sportsmanship Award has a much more impressive past winner list than "Most Improved." I guess it's easy to be a good sport when you're really good at sports!

    Kidd would be a joke. CP3 isn't a complete jerk for a superstar. Don't know much about Ridnour or Jamison's sportsmanship "credentials." Lin or Battier seem like good choices.

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  3. cp3 is a decent guy, but he's a flopper. he shouldn't win.

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    1. Lin will win that! I have faith on him

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  5. My ANTI sportsmanship awards:

    PG: Jason Kidd
    SG: Delonte West
    SF: Kobe Bryant
    PF: DeMarcus Cousins
    C: Kevin Garnett

    6th man: Javale McGee

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    1. Jason Kidd is a monster, he doesn't deserve it!

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  7. A wife beater like Jason Kidd is up for a "sportsmanship" award.

    You can't make this sh*t up.

    ROFLOL.

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  8. I think this should be the consolation prize if Jeremy Lin doesn't win The Most Improved Player Award .... which he deserves much more than anyone else.

    Jeremy is the most improved player in the NBA compared to last season BY FAR.

    He also never picked up a technical foul, flagrant foul, or even said anything bad to the media about anyone else.

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  9. no way, Jason Kidd. Lin should win.

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  10. Ron Artest. Sorry I meant Metta World Peace should win.

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  11. It's not just that Kidd had that dirty foul, he could have at least went over and helped Jeremy up and made sure he was okay, give him a pat or something. Is he getting the award for dealing with Lamar Odom's pity???

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  12. Jason Kidd can win a "Hair-Pulling" Unsportsmanship Award!

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  13. Jason Kidd can win a "Hair-Pulling" Unsportsmanship Award!

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