NBA Playoffs: LeBron James and The Cleveland Cavaliers Are Unbelievable

May 10th, 2010 by Tom Delamater Leave a reply »
In the 1970s, Campy Russell was a fixture at forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Now a TV analyst for FOX Sports Ohio, Russell repeatedly leans on a favorite superlative to describe LeBron James and the Cavaliers in his post-game analyses: “Unbelievable.”

As in: “LeBron played an unbelievable game.” Or, “Antawn Jamison was unbelievable tonight.”

“Mo Williams was unbelievable from the three-point line,” he might gush. And so on.

It occurred to me, after watching the Cavaliers gawk at Rajon Rondo for four unforgettable quarters in Sunday’s Game Four loss, that Campy knows his stuff.

The Cavaliers, when all is said and done, are unbelievable.

Listen to what LeBron James said about Rondo after the Cavs’ Game Two loss in Cleveland: “We have to do a better job of trying to keep him out of the paint.”

Or Antawn Jamison : “For him to get off and score that many points, but also get his teammates involved the way he did…we’ll look at the film and try to contain him.”


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