Winning Defensive Player of the Year for the third year in a row is a real dope accomplishment, but you know what would make this season even more special for Dwight Howard, besides winning a championship? Being named Most Valuable Player for the 2010-2011 season. And why not? He has already proven to the league how important he is on the defensive side of the court. Even though Howard did not lead the NBA in either points or rebounds per game, 22.7 PPG and 14.1 RPG aren't bad at all. With Defensive Player of the Year already locked up, there may be an MVP award on the horizon for Superman.
Shot Over the Backboard
DATE: 2/6/2011 vs. Boston Celtics
COMPLEX SAYS: Not particularly known for his shooting, Howard takes this trick out the bag on none other than "Big Bitchass" Glen Davis. Anytime Davis can look like a damn fool is a win in our book.
Bullying Asik in the Paint
DATE: 3/4/2011 vs. Chicago Bulls
COMPLEX SAYS: A center in his rookie season. You had to expect Father Howard to baptize him at some point. Welcome to the NBA!
Blocking Ty Lawson from Behind
DATE: 12/14/2010 vs. Denver Nuggets
COMPLEX SAYS: Usually, the first, second and maybe even the third row are the most dangerous places to sit when attending a basketball game. But with Howard spiking shot attempts into any row - watch out! This could be you.
Deng's Shot Gets Spiked
DATE: 12/1/2010 vs. Chicago Bulls
COMPLEX SAYS: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Have you learned your lesson yet?
Jumping Jrue Holiday from Behind
DATE: 4/11/2011 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
COMPLEX SAYS: After this nasty alley-oop, no one had Jrue's back. Not even his fans, especially lil' homie. And not even his own teammate in the suit on the bench. Don't worry dude, we understand.