First thing we learned is that Damon Jones can show some offensive prowess from time to time and not just talk a big game. Holy Damon Jones. Go DJ! I have not seen this Damon Jones since he put on a Cavs uniform. A career high 7 three-pointers and more impressively, he actually took the ball to a basket a few times. Very Un-Damon Jones like, but the Cavs need it. Something else that was confirmed, Eric Snow is a train wreck. He is an insult to PGs playing in Europe and the D-League. At one point last night he took a foul shot where he hit NO RIM. He didn't even airball it. He hit all backboard missing it wide right. This is a guy making somewhere in the neighborhood of $5 million per year and he can't hit the rim on a foul shot?!?! You have got to be kidding me. I beg of you Mr. Ferry to cut him or trade him for a ball rack or something. As bad as Eric Snow is, Isaiah is worst. I love the play he drew up before half that had Starbury kicking it to Channing Frye in the corner. That's right, Channing Frye for 3! Not exactly the strong suit of his game. I'm having trouble recalling Lute Olsen setting Frye up in the deep corner at any point in his college career, but maybe I'm crazy. Lastly, we learned that Lebron is the best point guard that the Cavs have. It's not even close. When he took over the point in the final 7 or 8 minutes in the second quarter, the offense looked great. It's harder for teams to double team him, his vision is unparallel, and you would be hard pressed to find someone who can deliver a pass on a rope like LBJ. Here's to more time with LBJ at the point and Snow on the pine!