LeBron James was crowned with the MVP award for the second consecutive season. He put up great numbers and led his Cavs to be the No. 1 team in the league. Congrats to him. But now, there are questions for next year.
Who'll be crowned as the Most Valuable Player for next year?
People can pick Kevin Durant, who is shaping around the Oklahoma City Thunder while being one of the most dominant players in the game. It can be Kobe, who keeps bringing the Lakers to the playoffs every year. Hell, it can be Dwight Howard, who is the reason the Magic are so successful today.
There are many others you can choose from.
But there is one player who deserves it the most. He deserved it last year, but LeBron took it away with his team's performance. If you can tell from the title above, that person is obviously Miami Heat's guard Dwyane Wade.
Wade averaged 30 PPG last year and was so commanding, especially in the last few games of the season. He was like Michael Jordan, literally. It was just a extravagant site to witness in front of my eyes when I see the highlights on my television.
Wade did just as good this year with 26.5 PPG and 6.5 APG. Another reason why Wade is a big contender for next year's MVP is how he plays. He's the main reason why the Heat are becoming more successful each and every game.
He was the one who almost brought the Heat back in the first round of the playoffs. He was the one who posterized Kevin Garnett. Yet, at his small stature compared to other NBA players, he acts as if he is monstrous small forward with his shooting abilities, his terrifying drives to rim, and his big finishes when he hits to you.
Wade is also very unselfish and has amazing character. He's one of the faces of the NBA and Miami's face of the franchise. Next year should be his year. The Heat are looking towards an interesting draft and are looking to make some big moves this off-season, I heard.
There were rumors of a sign-and-trade involving Chris Bosh from the Toronto Raptors. Wade is also the one who is making Jermaine O'Neal looking a bit like his old self when he was with the Indiana Pacers. He's the one who supports Michael Beasley and makes him look great.
He's the one who makes things happen.
Wade has been falling too close in the MVP voting for last few years. Next year should have to be his year. The Heat are going to be a different team, and Wade is going to be a totally different player.
So watch out for D-Wade next year. He's already got himself an All-Star MVP trophy.
Now it's time for him to win the league MVP trophy.
I can see him holding it now in his hands....