I was gonna write a piece on this, but I don’t think the sports world is ready to acknowledge the inevitable…yet…too busy soaking up the Hey Koolaid Kobe and LeBron bs. Think about it, at 24, Dwight and Lebron are at the top of their sport athletically. Yeah, Dwight has to get better in the post, but that’s what Big Pat is for. He will grow and he will get better. Dude…he’s 24. Don’t give it all to LBJ just yet. Of course, Kobe and LeBron head the marquee, but as Kobe becomes legendary, these two will carry the league deep into the next decade. So what they play in the same conference. After they become possibly two of the greatest, what the hell is next? Imagine the possibilities. I gotta admit that I punked out even though I wanted to take the Magic. Nobody to blame by myself, but damn that Crew Pop to blazes. Last night’s game played out just how I thought it would, but logically the result was most likely a condition of Cavalier boredom and monotony.
Eastern Conference Finals Preview: Based on the Match Ups, the Magic Should Defeat the Cavs, but Will They?Posted in Blogroll on May 21st, 2009 by Michael Tillery
Dwight Howard is the only NBA player who might be able to consistently stop LeBron James at the rim.
Take that for what you will.
On paper, the Magic should win this series simply because they have more talent. Unfortunately, what some might consider such an outlandish statement means nothing.