2010 NBA Playoffs: LeBron James and the Cavs, Too Quiet On The Home Front?

May 11th, 2010 by Wil Bradley Leave a reply »
The Cavaliers organization has gone into dark ops mode for Game Five.

Since the post-game interviews after Game Four, Cavs players have foregone media contact, with the exception of Big Z.

Pressure either bursts pipes, or creates diamonds.

For a young Cavs team, it seems some leaks may be starting to form, and that's NBA hopes, not water splashing on the floor.

The fact remains, the Cavaliers only lost one game. The Game Four loss only enabled the Celtics to tie the series. A win tonight puts the Cavs back in the driver's seat for the series.

So why all the gloom and doom surrounding LeBron and the Cavaliers?

Rajon Rhondo, and the ugly truth he has exposed about the Cavs.

He had an epic performance, going for a triple-double that included 18 rebounds. Take away Game Three, and Rhondo emerges as the MVP of the series thus far.

Yes sir, it's Rhondo that has the Big Diesel—or what ever his nom dujour happens to be, unusually quiet.

Mike Brown and the Cavaliers have more to worry about than just Rajon Rhondo. The Celtics point guard represents only a symptom of the problems ...

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