If you asked Toronto Raptors' coach Dwane Casey to describe his forward, Amir Johnson, he might say something along the lines of "Amir just gets the job done."

And it would be very hard to argue otherwise.

On a team that's lacked an abundance of hustle and grit since the days of Charles Oakley and the Junk Yard Dog, Jerome Williams (insert barking noise), Amir has indeed been a breath of fresh air. He's averaging nearly 10 points and 7 rebounds a game, but those totals don't dig nearly deep enough into what makes him a Master of his Craft, nor does it explain his team MVP campaign this season.