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Who Would cote as the best player in the world at this moment?
Britney Griner
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Maya Moore
9%
 9%  [ 5 ]
Alba Torrens
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Diana Taurasi
9%
 9%  [ 5 ]
Liz Cambage
35%
 35%  [ 19 ]
Emma Messeman
1%
 1%  [ 1 ]
Breanna Stewart
35%
 35%  [ 19 ]
Elene Delle Donne
7%
 7%  [ 4 ]
Aja Wilson
0%
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Kia Nurse
1%
 1%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: 09/29/18 5:18 pm    ::: Best Individual Player In The World? Reply Reply with quote

Regardless of league or team speaking today and today only. Who would you vote as the best player in the world RIGHT NOW?



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PostPosted: 09/29/18 6:59 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Are you saying the best player in the World Championships? Or the best player in the world alive now, whether they played anywhere today or not? It seems that all of the ones listed except Maya Moore played in the WC.


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Natasha Howard may be the most dominant superstar in the WNBA right now and may go down as the greatest player/winner in WNBA history after she likely leads her team to 11 titles. I demand that Cheryl Reeve be banned from the state of Minnesota forever (it is awfully suspicious that she finally decides to want to make the Finals when part of a team that has Stewart/Bird/Loyd on it, and no Maya Moore/Fowles/etc. Further proof she hates Minnesota!) as her brainwashing the state of Minnesota into accepting mediocrity/not wanting to win/wanting other teams to win instead of her own is likely going to lead to a future in which when Minnesota gets overran quickly during the Second Civil War as Minnesota, not wanting to hurt their enemies' feelings by winning, gave away all their top soldiers and decided not to try to win when the West Coast Army comes in for attack. So in the future Minnesotans will all be slaves shipped to plantations across the world to grow coffee for the residents of Seattle, all thanks to nobody having had the guts to stop Reeve and her reign of terror over Minnesota before it was too late!


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PostPosted: 09/29/18 8:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Breanna Stewart most of the time, Brittney Griner when she wants to be.



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PostPosted: 09/29/18 8:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Maya Moore.



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PostPosted: 09/29/18 8:59 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

mercfan3 wrote:
Breanna Stewart most of the time, Brittney Griner when she wants to be.


Candace cough cough Parker

By the 2022 World Cup, A'ja [Candace Parker without the perimeter

shooting] will be the foundation & clearly the best player on Team USA,

WNBA, the World.

Liz Cambage has but two events left to build her legacy. Tomorrow and

the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She must win GOLD in BOTH events to even

be considered in the same breath as Lauren Jackson. After 2020, she will

FADE quickly as a player. And the Kangaroo Riders do not have anyone

that can even begin to replace her.


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PostPosted: 09/29/18 11:10 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Randy wrote:
Are you saying the best player in the World Championships? Or the best player in the world alive now, whether they played anywhere today or not? It seems that all of the ones listed except Maya Moore played in the WC.


I had an option for someone else but it didnt list. I will attempt to edit sorry. But its the best individual player right now today . meaning body of work throughout the entire year .



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PostPosted: 09/29/18 11:45 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

It's Liz.

At least until EDD fully recovers Twisted Evil


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PostPosted: 09/30/18 8:02 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

SpaceJunkie wrote:
Natasha Howard may be the most dominant superstar in the WNBA right now and may go down as the greatest player/winner in WNBA history after she likely leads her team to 11 titles. I demand that Cheryl Reeve be banned from the state of Minnesota forever (it is awfully suspicious that she finally decides to want to make the Finals when part of a team that has Stewart/Bird/Loyd on it, and no Maya Moore/Fowles/etc. Further proof she hates Minnesota!) as her brainwashing the state of Minnesota into accepting mediocrity/not wanting to win/wanting other teams to win instead of her own is likely going to lead to a future in which when Minnesota gets overran quickly during the Second Civil War as Minnesota, not wanting to hurt their enemies' feelings by winning, gave away all their top soldiers and decided not to try to win when the West Coast Army comes in for attack. So in the future Minnesotans will all be slaves shipped to plantations across the world to grow coffee for the residents of Seattle, all thanks to nobody having had the guts to stop Reeve and her reign of terror over Minnesota before it was too late!


Seriously. Will you just stop? You are ruining this board.

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PostPosted: 09/30/18 9:20 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

PUmatty wrote:
SpaceJunkie wrote:
Natasha Howard may be the most dominant superstar in the WNBA right now and may go down as the greatest player/winner in WNBA history after she likely leads her team to 11 titles. I demand that Cheryl Reeve be banned from the state of Minnesota forever (it is awfully suspicious that she finally decides to want to make the Finals when part of a team that has Stewart/Bird/Loyd on it, and no Maya Moore/Fowles/etc. Further proof she hates Minnesota!) as her brainwashing the state of Minnesota into accepting mediocrity/not wanting to win/wanting other teams to win instead of her own is likely going to lead to a future in which when Minnesota gets overran quickly during the Second Civil War as Minnesota, not wanting to hurt their enemies' feelings by winning, gave away all their top soldiers and decided not to try to win when the West Coast Army comes in for attack. So in the future Minnesotans will all be slaves shipped to plantations across the world to grow coffee for the residents of Seattle, all thanks to nobody having had the guts to stop Reeve and her reign of terror over Minnesota before it was too late!


Seriously. Will you just stop? You are ruining this board.

Will moderators do something about this??


Yeah I think I need to.

Space, at the very least, keep the tired shtick to where it is vagely relevant.
Don't derail other threads with it. Some people here might actually like to discuss the actual topic of the thread.



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PostPosted: 09/30/18 9:42 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I think that, when health, the answer is DelleDonne. If I was team captain of a Space Jam style game against the aliens, she would probably be my first pick. The thing that makes her different than Cambage or Griner is that she can create for herself. You don't need someone to get her the ball and she can play all over the court.

Cambage might be more dominant in her role, but her role is more limited.


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PostPosted: 09/30/18 12:14 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Of course it depends on what you mean by "best player," but if you take that to mean which individual would have the greatest impact on a team/game/season, I think it has to be Cambage. Now Stewart may be a "better player" in that she can do more things, but in terms of determining who wins, a fully engaged Cambage can dominate at both ends, and there's really nothing much that can be done to stop her.

Always a tough question, and always a fun debate ...



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PostPosted: 09/30/18 12:15 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

PUmatty wrote:
I think that, when health, the answer is DelleDonne. If I was team captain of a Space Jam style game against the aliens, she would probably be my first pick. The thing that makes her different than Cambage or Griner is that she can create for herself. You don't need someone to get her the ball and she can play all over the court.

Cambage might be more dominant in her role, but her role is more limited.


I agree, when EDD is in top health. As of this year, Stewart is coming on strong right on EDD's tailpipe and Maya Moore seems to have fallen behind with a sputtering engine.
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PostPosted: 09/30/18 12:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ClayK wrote:
Of course it depends on what you mean by "best player," but if you take that to mean which individual would have the greatest impact on a team/game/season, I think it has to be Cambage. Now Stewart may be a "better player" in that she can do more things, but in terms of determining who wins, a fully engaged Cambage can dominate at both ends, and there's really nothing much that can be done to stop her.

Always a tough question, and always a fun debate ...

Even after seeing her impact on Dallas' record this season?


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People seem to value defence to quite varying degrees too, which keeps the list a little longer than it otherwise would be



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PostPosted: 09/30/18 12:25 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

If you find yourself needing to add qualifiers like “if healthy”, “if engaged”, “if she wants it”, that player most likely will never be considered the best player in the world. How about going by actual accomplishments?



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Shades wrote:
If you find yourself needing to add qualifiers like “if healthy”, “if engaged”, “if she wants it”, that player most likely will never be considered the best player in the world. How about going by actual accomplishments?

Well the poll does specifically ask "at the moment" so I don't see how past accomplishments are relevant.


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PostPosted: 09/30/18 12:48 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Luuuc wrote:
People seem to value defence to quite varying degrees too, which keeps the list a little longer than it otherwise would be

Is the list longer than 3 names?


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Luuuc wrote:
People seem to value defence to quite varying degrees too, which keeps the list a little longer than it otherwise would be


It's the one thing that keeps Griner in the discussion and the one thing that gives me a little pause about DelleDonne.


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PostPosted: 09/30/18 3:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

PUmatty wrote:
Luuuc wrote:
People seem to value defence to quite varying degrees too, which keeps the list a little longer than it otherwise would be


It's the one thing that keeps Griner in the discussion and the one thing that gives me a little pause about DelleDonne.


IMO, Brit’s offense is severely underrated. She’s one of the most skilled offensive posts in league history.

She’s not a banger though.

I’m interested in what she does next season. I saw a change in her this playoffs.



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mercfan3 wrote:
PUmatty wrote:
Luuuc wrote:
People seem to value defence to quite varying degrees too, which keeps the list a little longer than it otherwise would be


It's the one thing that keeps Griner in the discussion and the one thing that gives me a little pause about DelleDonne.


IMO, Brit’s offense is severely underrated. She’s one of the most skilled offensive posts in league history.

She’s not a banger though.

I’m interested in what she does next season. I saw a change in her this playoffs.


But she isn't better offensively than some of the other players on the list - EDD, Cambage, etc.


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PUmatty wrote:
mercfan3 wrote:
PUmatty wrote:
Luuuc wrote:
People seem to value defence to quite varying degrees too, which keeps the list a little longer than it otherwise would be


It's the one thing that keeps Griner in the discussion and the one thing that gives me a little pause about DelleDonne.


IMO, Brit’s offense is severely underrated. She’s one of the most skilled offensive posts in league history.

She’s not a banger though.

I’m interested in what she does next season. I saw a change in her this playoffs.


But she isn't better offensively than some of the other players on the list - EDD, Cambage, etc.


I think she’s more skilled offensively than Cambage, but Liz is more efficient.

EDD is the best there though, IMO. It’s just hard to go with her because she’s not ever healthy.



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PostPosted: 09/30/18 4:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Ill take this years Stewart over a healthy EDD.



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Aladyyn wrote:
ClayK wrote:
Of course it depends on what you mean by "best player," but if you take that to mean which individual would have the greatest impact on a team/game/season, I think it has to be Cambage. Now Stewart may be a "better player" in that she can do more things, but in terms of determining who wins, a fully engaged Cambage can dominate at both ends, and there's really nothing much that can be done to stop her.

Always a tough question, and always a fun debate ...

Even after seeing her impact on Dallas' record this season?


There are five players on the court, plus the coach ... no individual, no matter how exceptional, can be held responsible for team records, which is one reason why I think measuring a player's achievements by championships just makes no sense. JaVale McGee has two; so is he a better player than Nikola Jokic? And Rebekkah Brunson has five -- is she the best player in WNBA history? Has she ever even been in the discussion for MVP?



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ClayK wrote:
Aladyyn wrote:
ClayK wrote:
Of course it depends on what you mean by "best player," but if you take that to mean which individual would have the greatest impact on a team/game/season, I think it has to be Cambage. Now Stewart may be a "better player" in that she can do more things, but in terms of determining who wins, a fully engaged Cambage can dominate at both ends, and there's really nothing much that can be done to stop her.

Always a tough question, and always a fun debate ...

Even after seeing her impact on Dallas' record this season?


There are five players on the court, plus the coach ... no individual, no matter how exceptional, can be held responsible for team records, which is one reason why I think measuring a player's achievements by championships just makes no sense. JaVale McGee has two; so is he a better player than Nikola Jokic? And Rebekkah Brunson has five -- is she the best player in WNBA history? Has she ever even been in the discussion for MVP?


Which is why I have to pick DelleDonne. She is not only the best individual player on the court, she can create success in a way that Cambage can't. She had less of a supporting cast than Cambage and yet her team made the finals. Her skill set is less dependent on other players to carry a team.


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ClayK wrote:
Aladyyn wrote:
ClayK wrote:
Of course it depends on what you mean by "best player," but if you take that to mean which individual would have the greatest impact on a team/game/season, I think it has to be Cambage. Now Stewart may be a "better player" in that she can do more things, but in terms of determining who wins, a fully engaged Cambage can dominate at both ends, and there's really nothing much that can be done to stop her.

Always a tough question, and always a fun debate ...

Even after seeing her impact on Dallas' record this season?


There are five players on the court, plus the coach ... no individual, no matter how exceptional, can be held responsible for team records, which is one reason why I think measuring a player's achievements by championships just makes no sense. JaVale McGee has two; so is he a better player than Nikola Jokic? And Rebekkah Brunson has five -- is she the best player in WNBA history? Has she ever even been in the discussion for MVP?




ClayK, Robert Horry's 7 NBA titles makes your point.

Jordan & the Bulls before Pippen arrived: 0 titles.

Jordan & the Bulls after Pippen arrived + help: 6 titles.

But can you really say that A'ja Wilson did NOT have an impact
on the Las Vegas Aces win loss record from 2017 to 2018?

And if Bill Laimbeer picks the right player to compliment the Aces
current roster, can you really say the Aces will NOT be able to ad-
vance to the second round of the playoffs at a minimum?


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She had less of a supporting cast than Cambage and yet her team made the finals. Her skill set is less dependent on other players to carry a team.


Toliver, Cloud, Aktins, Sanders, Hawkins, and the veteran role players appreciate your acknowledgment.



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She had less of a supporting cast than Cambage and yet her team made the finals. Her skill set is less dependent on other players to carry a team.


Toliver, Cloud, Aktins, Sanders, Hawkins, and the veteran role players appreciate your acknowledgment.


I acknowledge that they are less of a supporting cast than Cambage had. Which of those players is better than Diggins-Smith? Which of those inside players would you take over Glory Johnson or Azura Stevens?

Toliver had one of her best years, and Atkins was a nice surprise, but it can hardly be controversial that the Wings roster was stronger than DC's.


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I would say the Mystics’ guard group was superior to the Wings’ guard group. I actually thought Diggins hurt the Wings with her style of PG. How else can you explain how poorly they did, other than maybe the coaching? Cambage didn’t do enough?

I mean, who really cares who is the best player? That’s very subjective. You can pick and choose your own best player and not be so incensed if somebody believes differently. Basketball is a team sport. What matters is the best team. The best team wins the championship, but I suppose there are those who will argue against that too.

Often times fans who have a team that doesn’t meet expectations and doesn’t win the championship will try to feel better by saying “well at least we have best player” (even though that player didn’t win MVP, the most acknowledged indicator of ‘best player’). I figure that’s the reason this topic got started?



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Shades wrote:

I mean, who really cares who is the best player?


If only there was some clue that people in this thread might be discussing this. Then you could avoid something you don't care about and not read it.


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PUmatty wrote:
Shades wrote:

I mean, who really cares who is the best player?


If only there was some clue that people in this thread might be discussing this. Then you could avoid something you don't care about and not read it.


I don’t mind reading it. I’m just saying there’s no definitive answer if you don’t believe the MVP is the right choice. This sort of topic never fails to devolve into arguments and hurt feelings. Me trying to be the voice of reason is even invoking unnecessary hostilities.



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Shades wrote:
PUmatty wrote:
Shades wrote:

I mean, who really cares who is the best player?


If only there was some clue that people in this thread might be discussing this. Then you could avoid something you don't care about and not read it.


I don’t mind reading it. I’m just saying there’s no definitive answer if you don’t believe the MVP is the right choice. This sort of topic never fails to devolve into arguments and hurt feelings. Me trying to be the voice of reason is even invoking unnecessary hostilities.


That's an interesting perspective you have ...


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Ill take Sanders over Glory any day of the week. She is way underrated while Glory is overrated. Stevens has a nice future but she has a lot to learn



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Someone has to be the grown up in the room. Wink


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I would say the Mystics’ guard group was superior to the Wings’ guard group. I actually thought Diggins hurt the Wings with her style of PG. How else can you explain how poorly they did, other than maybe the coaching? Cambage didn’t do enough?

I mean, who really cares who is the best player? That’s very subjective. You can pick and choose your own best player and not be so incensed if somebody believes differently. Basketball is a team sport. What matters is the best team. The best team wins the championship, but I suppose there are those who will argue against that too.

Often times fans who have a team that doesn’t meet expectations and doesn’t win the championship will try to feel better by saying “well at least we have best player” (even though that player didn’t win MVP, the most acknowledged indicator of ‘best player’). I figure that’s the reason this topic got started?


Seriously, shut up that's not why this topic was started . WNBA was not even in my thought process with this poll. You simply are annoying asf and i refuse to post here and deal with your bs anymore. Arrow Arrow



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Seriously, shut up that's not why this topic was started . WNBA was not even in my thought process with this poll. You simply are annoying asf and i refuse to post here and deal with your bs anymore. Arrow Arrow


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PUmatty wrote:
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PUmatty wrote:
She had less of a supporting cast than Cambage and yet her team made the finals. Her skill set is less dependent on other players to carry a team.


Toliver, Cloud, Aktins, Sanders, Hawkins, and the veteran role players appreciate your acknowledgment.


I acknowledge that they are less of a supporting cast than Cambage had. Which of those players is better than Diggins-Smith? Which of those inside players would you take over Glory Johnson or Azura Stevens?

Toliver had one of her best years, and Atkins was a nice surprise, but it can hardly be controversial that the Wings roster was stronger than DC's.

It's pretty simple: look at the predictions before the season and everyone thought Dallas was more talented than Washington.

And team records have to matter to some degree. Dallas went from Plaisance starting at center to Cambage and they won fewer games? How does that happen?


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PostPosted: 10/02/18 4:08 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

It's an interesting list of candidates nominated in the poll. Particularly surprised to see Torrens & Nurse among the options, but someone voted for Kia so I guess that one is vindicated.

For me, based on right now, Stewie gets the vote over BG & EDD, with Liz a nose behind at #4.



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So this whole thread begs the questions - Who is the Best Team Player in the World?


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