ONeill regretted missing out on the MVP: Stupid journalists rewrite history

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 ONeill regretted missing out on the MVP: Stupid journalists rewrite history


Fred-Fool-Hickman, ONeill said, I hate him. I dont need to talk to him about anything. Theres nothing to apologize for. Because his stupidity ruins history.

In that season, ONeill got 121 out of 122 votes in the final MVP vote, and only one vote would be the first MVP in NBA history to pass by full vote. I have to say its a pity. At that time, however, ONeills voting performance had also set the highest record at that time.

Warriors star Curie has won two MVPs with the success of recent seasons. The second MVP is the full vote. For Curie, ONeill said he liked him very much, but he still cant understand that Curie got the honor instead of himself. Hickman destroyed history, and a few years later, he voted for Curie? I love Curie. Hes my favorite player. This Curie knows very well, but... Come on, ONeill said again. Nineteen years ago, ONeill was the NBAs top interior. He averaged 29.7 points, 13.6 rebounds and 3.03 blocked shots that season, with a shooting percentage of 57.4%, while Iverson, who won the controversial vote at that time, averaged 28.4 points per game, with a shooting percentage of 42.1%. Although ONeill is bitter, he is still one of the greatest players in NBA history anyway. Source: Netease Sports Author: Jottettes Responsible Editor: Gong Hao_NB12610

Warriors star Curie has won two MVPs with the success of recent seasons. The second MVP is the full vote. For Curie, ONeill said he liked him very much, but he still cant understand that Curie got the honor instead of himself.

Hickman destroyed history, and a few years later, he voted for Curie? I love Curie. Hes my favorite player. This Curie knows very well, but... Come on, ONeill said again.

Nineteen years ago, ONeill was the NBAs top interior. He averaged 29.7 points, 13.6 rebounds and 3.03 blocked shots that season, with a shooting percentage of 57.4%, while Iverson, who won the controversial vote at that time, averaged 28.4 points per game, with a shooting percentage of 42.1%.

Although ONeill is bitter, he is still one of the greatest players in NBA history anyway.