After a simply awful month of November in which he posted career lows and had people questioning his standing in the league, Dwyane Wade is finally starting to get back on track for the Miami Heat and looks like the player we're all accustomed to seeing.
Wade averaged a woeful 17.1 points per game, while getting to the free-throw line just 4.6 times per game in the first month of the season, as he appeared to be a shell of his former self.
However, Wade was able to answer his naysayers and turn up the heat over the past month-and-a-half as he found his rhythm in December.
Since that vast improvement in December, when he shot a stellar 54 percent from the field, he has continued his rise at a torrid pace.
Hopefully you weren't too comfortable calling Wade past his prime, because the former Finals MVP is looking scary better as the season progresses.
Need proof that he's heating up?
Wade was averaging 22.8 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.0 steals per game to go along with 51 percent shooting from the field in his previous 10 games entering play Thursday night.
All statistics are as of January 9, 2013.