Today marks the end of the 2013-14 NBA regular season. Nearly six months after tipoff, fans of 16 lucky teams are rejoicing because they'll be able to watch their squads ball out for a bit longer (we see you, Bobcats!) while the rest of us are looking like this. With each team having spent 82 games battling it out, it's time to recognize the individuals who made watching this season worthwhile.
No, we don't mean predictable shit like the MVP award that Kevin Durant will win next month. Sorry, LeBron stans. We're talking about the important accolades like The Fail King of the Year, Mr. Thirsty, the Poster Child. So, if you're interested in finding out which baller broke the most ankles or who gave out the more facials than porn stars, check out The Complex Sports 2014 NBA Awards.
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Class Clown 2014
Ice Grill of the Year
The "Dis Ain't What You Want" GIF of the Year
The Poster Child
Dunker of the Year
The F*ck Were You Thinking?
White Player of the Year
And the winner is...: Goran Dragic
In our humble opinion, the field wasn't even close. The departure of Steve Nash from Phoenix (one of the greatest white point guards to touch a basketball), left some big white shoes to fill. We called...and from Ljubljana, Slovenia...'The Dragon' answered. Goran Dragic's game is smoother than his glorious, alabaster skin. The Phoenix Suns were expected to be one of the worst NBA teams this season. Even though they're slated at the 9th seed in the West (and will consequently be missing the playoffs), their 47-34 record would give them the 5th seed in the East (damn). All spearheaded behind Dragic's 20.3 PPG and 5.9 APG.
For a predicted destitute season, Goran Dragic came out of nowhere and gave this franchise something they had been missing for a long time: pride. At the end of the day, Goran Dragic isn't just 'The White Player of The Year. 'He's just a damn good player.
The Dragon shall breathe his fire again. We salute you, Goran Dragic.