On the one hand, Mully's got a point, those really ARE some pretty ugly overall stats for a Player of the Game. But, on the other hand, when comparing him to everyone else on his team, I still believe that the right player was chosen. We all have our own opinions of course, and this certainly isn't cut and dried, and you could probably make a decent argument for a couple of different players, but again, I think they got the right guy.
Incidentally, does anyone here remember when the POTG didn't automatically have to come from the winning team? That was a long, long while ago and I guess I'm showing my HD "age", but it did used to happen where a player from the losing team could be named Player of the Game. I think the change was made because there were coaches who would load up all of their distro onto one player in order for him to score a ton of points and have a chance to get drafted and the POTG program would almost always choose that player, whether his team had won or lost. It was changed in order to rectify that kind of scenario and it was a good change (kind of). I still think that a POTG could come from the losing team, but I also believe that he should have a huge "all around" game (a stat stuffer kind of game) in order to be selected, not just drop in a ton of points while his team got crushed.