Throughout the San Antonio Spurs’ 2009-2010 season we here at Project Spurs left a poll question for most of the season asking who was the season MVP — Tim Duncan or Manu Ginobili?
The debate ran the spectrum of arguments with Spurs fans settling on Duncan being the seasons’ first-half MVP and Ginobili being the seasons’ second-half MVP.
Duncan started off strong when the team came out of the gates slow. Putting up solid numbers despite being considered “over the hill” for NBA standards. However, in the second half of the season, he slowed down.
Ginobili’s season was the opposite. After starting off the season slow, battling injuries and recovering from ankle surgery, he fought back after the All-Star break and went on a tear.
Hard to argue for just one of them because without both the Spurs probably would not have won 50 games and make it past the first round of the playoffs against the Dallas Mavericks.
But in the end, the poll question asked for fans to pick one.
Well the fans spoke out and voted on who was the MVP for the Spurs for the 2009-2010 season.
After 399 votes, the fans voted for . . .
Agree with the Spurs fans who voted? Does Ginobili deserve to be voted as the MVP?