As usual, vote for the candidate you feel most deserving:
(1) Josh Howard: The Former WFU star dazzled in the Mavericks' 3 blowout wins during the week, including a crisp 22 point, 7 rebound performance in Dallas's dismantling of Houston - a performance that came while being guarded by defensive player of the year candidate Shane Battier. In the ongoing Houston-Dallas saga that is sure to extend deep into May and June, Howard helped to put the second exclamation point on the page in this heated I-45 rivalry.
(2) Doc Rivers: While the other languishing teams are, for some unknown reason, trying to save some respectability by winning a few games - e.g. Atlanta, Charlotte, Philly - Doc appears to be the only person, excluding the inconsequential Bill Simmons, who is aware of the real prize here - Kevreg Duroden. Doc masterfully led his Celtics to 3 more losses during the week, and managed to work in perennial All-Star Paul Pierce back into the lineup without disrupting the losing chemistry.
(3) John Amaechi: The hilarity of the video on his website touting him as an "NBA Superstar" aside, the former NBA player announced he was gay this past week - becoming the 1st current or former NBA player to do so.
(4) The Journey: The team continued its undefeated run with a nearly wire-to-wire win on the road against UNC. Although Lindsey Harding controlled the tempo and shut down her counterpart Ivory Latta, she was merely a part of a phenomenal overall team effort.
My vote goes to Josh Howard.