I think if the rest of the players would stop watching LeBron, and Mo Williams play they might still be in this. It's not looking good.
The NBA is a game of match ups and the Cavs just don't match up well with the Magic.
On offense, the Magic spread the floor, knock down threes and are more athletic on the inside. What they lack in quickness or by missing a true point guard they make up in exceptional ball movement.
The Cavs are the quicker team on the perimeter, but seem to be waiting for Lebron to make every play by scoring or setting them up. Just way too much offense running through Lebron. They need one person to step up as a legitimate scorer and a third role player to knock down threes at a high percentage. If this doesn't happen, it doesn't look good for them.
I totally agree Paul. Ilgaskis, and Verijo(sorry if spelling is'nt correct) hehe, are good at times, but it seems it never happens when they need it to. When they are up 20 they are good, but when their backs are to the wall they can't hit. Maybe that's why they get in those situations. They can't just let LeBron do it all cause it's been proved time and time again he can't do it alone. That's why this is truly a team game. Thank you for your reply Paul.
by Jason Zimmerman7 years ago
I'm going with the Magic. I watched every game of the series with the cavs, because I'm a cavs fan. Let me tell you the magic are way to physical for the Lakers. We all saw how physical the Nuggets were and the nearly...
by ThinkLoud5 years ago
I believe that if (when) Miami wins game 1 in Miami and get the psychological momentum that they will need to win game 2, Boston will be wore out game 3 and 4.
by Paul Edmondson7 years ago
The Cavs are 0-2 to start the season and their defense seems lousy. I wonder if they are adjusting to having Shaq, or if he's just a bad fit for the team because he's so slow. The lowlights of watching the...
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