Last Night Shows Why Dwyane Wade Should Have Been 1st Team All NBA
In Game 6 against the Pacers, Dwyane Wade delivered one of the most brilliant playoff performances I've ever seen. It won't be remembered well, because the game wasn't close, and a Heat series win has felt imminent for a few days. But, for posterity: Wade scored 41 points on 25 shots, and nabbed 10 boards. That looks more like a dominant Shaq performance than the work of a two-guard.
But, those center-like numbers came from perimeter drives, contorted layups, pull up jumpers, fadeaways, and floaters. Was this all the work of a Third Team All NBA player? I scoff at the notion.
Wade missed out on a First Team selection because he played only 49 games and 33 MPG. Per minute, he had superior numbers to all other guards, save for Chris Paul, but the missed games knocked him down, far below lesser players. I would advocate a different system. Either consider a guy's per game production, or don't consider him in the voting. Splitting the difference on games missed leads to strange results.
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