At the quarter pole of the season just passed, who is the Celtics Team MVP to date? It seems to me that strong cases could be made for both Kyrie and Big Al. What say the Port Cellar?
I tend to agree with the idea that Al's set of skills are rarer than Kyrie's. To be more precise Al's constellation of impacts on the game is rarer - Kyrie's way on the court is extremely unique with the ball handling wizardry, but there are still lots of guards in the league who could approximate Kyrie's overall impact (in my opinion).I think there is little argument that its Kyrie. BUT I think the least replaceable guy is Al. If that makes sense.
The Bucks are 12-10 and he doesn't have the advantage of averaging a triple double. They'll have to finish better than a 6 seed for that to happen. They've been playing better with Bledsoe and they'll get Parker in February, so it's possible. Pels will have to play better too.Harden, Giannis, Lebron gotta be ahead of him, but I can see him in the next tier with Davis, Curry, Durant, and amazingly enough at least at this moment, Aldridge