* when I'm talking "attention stealer" I'm talking about televised events to announce your decision to break the hearts of your hometown fans... stuff like that.[/quote] We can make the assumption that LBJ is going to have a great game. What is more worrying is Wade's early production and Bosh's ability to space interior defense and slow Garnett giving help D. If the C's can hold Wade (like they have been doing very well) and guard the passing lanes to Bosh they may be able to force iso's. As much as I respect LBJ's basketball talent, people don't just light up the basket every night. Hold him to 30-10, disrupt Wade and keep KG on the floor every minute of the game (due to Boston nigh instantly losing the ability to defend with him off the floor) and they can put up a fight. Let LBJ and Wade combine for 60 points with high efficiency. Welcome to blowout city. I have been an ass on this forum about this exact topic. So I am trying really hard to be as fair as possible. I understand the hatred towards him. That was a dick move. But he is still one of the greatest players to step on the basketball court and he is 28. Every talks about MJ this and that, but if LBJ wins a ring this year, then he is on the path to the same level of glory. Being a dick doesn't erode your talent. And let me clarify. Durant is special. The smooth shot, long arms and defensive IQ, ability to defer, ability to shoulder. In no way am I saying that he should not be considered as one of the best in the league. He is efficient, consistent, down to earth, and only in his early 20's. He will dominate. But he is simply not on the same level as Lebron, from a purely basketball perspective. PS. Dwayne Wade is a bellend. I am so sick of watching him cry like a baby to the refs.