字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 All right, guys. Speaking of M J, let's get to a notable anniversary on this date in 96. Hey, look, he's the victor. Michael Jordan, receiving the fourth of his five career regular season MPP awards, garnered a then record 96.5% of the first place votes. Jacquie Jordan finished top three and envy the NBP voting five other times in the seasons. He didn't win it. So how many MVP's do you think he should really have? Is five the right number? So I'm going to say that I'm going to respect the process, Rachel, and say that the five he won was the five. He should have one now, Who did? You have been the M V P in 97 when car Malone it. Of course he could. You could make an argument for every single year he played. But car Malone had an exceptional season that year. I was actually working for Sports Illustrated and wrote a story saying, Why not Karl Malone for empty? Hey, that one's on may be so, but I really believe with all these cases put, LeBron have four. Sure. Larry Bird. Yes, that's just the way I respect the process of the voting. And Jack, I'm right there with you speaking the Gospel today and I think he deserved. He got the five that he deserved. When you look at what Charles Barkley did in that 93 season, I mean 25 points, 12 rebounds, five assists. I think he joined Wilt Chamberlain and Oscar Robinson in that company. In the famous songs was 60 to win 20. If you took Barkley off their team well with the Phoenix Suns B, that's how I'm looking at my most valuable player. Also, when you look at Karl Malone, take are blown off the Utah Jazz. He was averaging right around 27 points a game. You take him off the Utah Jazz well, with the Jazz beat without him. That's when I started looking reevaluating like my most valuable player John could have wanted every year. He was the best player in the world. But when you look at those two guys brought him alone. They were more valuable to the team at the time in their team's success and it's just my opinion. All I can say guys is this goes right back to my argument that the NBA's should join the NFL, the NHL, a lot of our other North American sports leagues and make a distinction between who has had the best season and who is the best guy in the league. Because we saw in both of those years that Karl Malone won and the Charles Barkley one when it came down to it. If, like in Space Jam, the aliens came down and said, You can play one game. Guess what we found out in the N B A. Finals. Both of those years, the best player in the league, the guy who you'd want is Michael Jordan. So I agree. Barkley and Malone had the best season. We should have an award for best season. We should also recognize who's the best player in the N B A. And those years it was still Michael Jeffrey Jordan.