Is This the Year the Cavs Finally Get Past the Magic In the Playoffs?

@elmiko (6640)
United States
April 18, 2010 3:24pm CST
There is no doubt the main reason the Cavs got Shaq was to counter Dwight Howard if they were to a probably will meet in the NBA Playoffs. Shaq is no longer much of a scorer anymore. All his job is going to be more than anything is to keep Dwight Howard away from the rim when they probably do meet in the playoffs again. Will it be enough for the Cavs to win the series?
2 responses
• Philippines
19 Apr 10
Yes, with the addition of "The Big Diesel" and Antawn Jamison, the Cavaliers will survive the series with the Orlando Magic. Dwight Howard will make his way but it will not be easy as that of last year.
@elmiko (6640)
• United States
21 Apr 10
thanks for your response.
@lhsy2k (227)
• United States
18 Apr 10
I could see that series going either way, I do get the feeling though that Magic would win. I just don't see the Cavs winning it all this season, I'd bet that a team out west will take home the trophy this year. Most likely San Antonio, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas, or maybe even Denver. No ring for the "king".
@elmiko (6640)
• United States
21 Apr 10
i really don't know. i do know the cavs will be more hungry to beat the magic if they do meet. keep in mind though the magic will more than likely face the celtics before facing the cavs. i think the celtics could beat the magic this year since they have Garnett back in the lineup unlike when they met in last years playoffs.