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May 26, 2009 - Robert "Bubba" Kapral
Too one-dimensional. As a result the Cleveland Cavaliers find themselves in a heap of trouble. If LeBron James doesn't carry the Cavs to victory then it's not going to happen. That was borne out again Sunday night in Game 3 of the Easter Conference finals. James netted 41 points, on an off shooting night (11-26). He had little support from his teammates, enabling the Orlando Magic to grab a 99-89 victory and take a 2-1 series lead. James has an albatross around his neck in a supporting cast that is very vanilla. Mo Williams and Zydrunas Ilgauskas -- the team's next two top players -- are not the answer. The bench -- very average at best. Moreover, the Cavaliers are having major matchup problems, especially in the post against powerful Dwight Howard. It is beginning to shape up that the Cavaliers' dream season may end prematurely.
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