Flash a-ah, savior of the Universe. Flash a-ah, he’ll save every one of us. Flash a-ah, he’s a miracle. Flash a-ah, king of the impossible. -Queen
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Just in case you didn’t know. Maybe you didn’t hear about it, you’ve been away a long time. They didn’t go up there and tell you. They didn’t go up there and tell you Flash is back. Flash is fast, Flash is cool. Francois sez fas, Flashe’ no do. Everybody’s yipping about Kobe. Everybody’s yapping about Bron Bron. Yipping and yapping. Flipping and flapping. I say what about this guy for MVP? What about Dwyane Wade?
How can this guy not be in the conversation? How can we not be talking about Flash? You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me? Then who the hell else are you talking…you talking to me? Yes, I’m talking to you, tough guy. I’m saying after what I done saw last night against the New York Knicks, Dwyane Wade has my vote.
Like my main Iron Mike Tyson always says, “Everyone has a plan ’till they get punched in the mouth.” Flash got punched in the mouth last night. Got punched in the mouth two times. Get the papers, get the papers. Flash changed his plan. Changed his plan and put the Miami Heat on his back en route to one of the greatest comeback performances I have ever seen.
This is my house! Flash got punched in the mouth at the 9:35 mark. Flash got punched in the mouth down by sixteen. Flash got punched in the mouth and proceeded to knock down three balls, steal ballsand block balls; ’cause he’s got the biggest balls of them all. With the game tied at 114, Wade and his big giant balls stuck a J in Larry Hughes’ eye and then just for fun, just ’cause he’s number one, just ’cause he still wasn’t done, Flash slam dunked the funk for the exclamation point. Wooo doggie! If that wasn’t MVP worthy, I don’t know what is.
What does it all mean?
- It means Flash continues to lead the league in scoring.
- It means Dwyane Wade just tied his own team record for points by one player in a quarter.
- It means he has now scored 148 points over his last four games, the highest four-game total for any player in Heat history.
- It means Wade’s line for the night: 46 points, 10 assists, eight rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots is an historic line. Since the NBA started keeping track of steals and blocks in 1973, no other player has ever had a game in which he matched Wade’s numbers in each of those categories.
It means, if there is any justice in this world, Dwyane Wade will win this year’s MVP.
Peace out homies. Six two and Even!