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First of all I almost predicted the Lakers issues if you look at one of my previous blogs but later on when they signed Ron Artest I said there the team to beat. Anyways, to answer the question the best team that can beat the Cavs would be the Magic. Someone answer me on this. Why would you double team Dwight Howard when you have a 3 point shooting team like the Magic? This gets me so mad I'll start to yell at the TV saying stop double teaming him and to let him get 2 points rather then him dishing it out and JJ or Mickeal or VC or Rashard or Jameer drain a three. Anyways, the Cavaliers have figured out a way to win against good teams. Lebron against the Lakers had 11 points in the first half vs the Lakers the 1st time- the second time he had 18 points. Lebron does his job mainly in the second half. Lebron and Cavs last year were 3-7 against Lakers, Magic and Celtics last year this year they are 6-4 which is double the wins they had last year. With the Magic almost losing to the Cavs without Lebron I think the Cavs having a deep bench. I think the Cavs have one problem...and that's not playing Boobie Gibson and if you don't know him that's Daniel Gibson and he has a history of playing big in big games. I honestly don't think Mike Brown likes the way Boobie plays and that's why he's not playing. I think Boobie and his 3 point shooting he should be able to score points BUT he only scores when LeBron is on the floor. If you don't agree to this comment.

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