A season after leading the Lakers to the NBA title, Kobe Bryant is showing no signs of letting up.
Originally Published: November 8, 2009By J.A. Adande | ESPN.com
When I look at the Cavaliers, the biggest problem I see is a lack of versatility among their guys who play power forward and center. The best teams in the NBA have guys playing the four or five who not only can play the power game, but can face up to the basket and get up and down the floor. The Magic can pound it inside with Dwight Howard or they can kick it outside to Ryan Anderson or Rashard Lewis when he returns. The Celtics can go inside with Kendrick Perkins and Kevin Garnett or they can let Rasheed Wallace stretch the defense with his jumper.