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NBA First Quarter MVP?

December 2, 2008 by AlexV 

Dwyane Wade, aka Flash, may very well be holding the MVP trophy at the end of the season.

Dwyane Wade, aka Flash, may very well be holding the MVP trophy at the end of the season.

Who is the Man whose momma spells the name “Dwayne” as “Dwyane?” Who is the Man who leads his team to victory by being the league’s top scorer at 28.7 points per game, almost a full point over the one they call “King” with 27.8 in Cleveland? Who is the former Marquette Master that let his team sit back and watch as he carried them to four straight victories once upon an NBA Finals ago? Who is this Man you say? D-Wade?

 

Yea… that and Dwyane Wade.

 

For those of you who it isn’t too early to be talking MVP yet, Dwyane Wade ought to be your man. He has no Shaq, and at 9-9, has his team just four wins shy of the 13 total they had all of last season. To say he has gotten much help would be a bit of a stretch.

 

Sure, Michael Beasley has been turning in a pretty fine rookie season at 14.7 points per game with a 45% field goal percentage. Other than, they have no big men and their pick up from last season, Shawn Marion has not presented himself as much of a scoring threat with just 12.3 points per game (coupled by a big 9.3 rebounds per contest), but at 6ft 7in, he is shorter than rookie Michael Beasley at 6ft 9in!

 

Thus far, Dwyane Wade has played like a man who wants no part of the shame and deplorable play his city and fans suffered through last season, and definitely does not want to be watching most of the playoffs as opposed to playing in at least part of them.

 

As long as Dwyane Wade can keep carrying his team to victory, especially in the fourth quarter, he has my vote for MVP right now… D-Wade! All the other usual and potential names, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Steve Nash, Tim Duncan, Brandon Roy, Chris Paul, or Chauncey Billups have an at least decent supporting cast around them.  

Comments

2 Responses to “NBA First Quarter MVP?”

  1. Mark M on December 4th, 2008 2:50 am

    D WADE!! D WADE!! I LOVE ME SOME D WADE!!!

  2. Mark M on December 4th, 2008 2:50 am

    Duhon is starting to look pretty good as well, I am not saying the Knicks should have any allstars but if their is to be on I sure hope it is him!!

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