LeBron James is about to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to an NBA Championship, and the National Media isn't giving the team much of a chance. When LeBron returned to Cleveland last summer, no one including James thought the Cavaliers would make it to the NBA Finals, in his first season back.

Well, they are there, and LeBron won't be denied. The Cleveland Cavaliers are a great basketball team. With LeBron's leadership on the floor, and David Blatt's coaching, this Cavaliers team has become UN-beatable.

If another NBA team thinks they can beat the Cavs in a best of 7 series, they better think again.

The main reason the Cleveland Cavaliers will win the NBA Championship this year is LeBron James. He wants this one as much if not more than the others he has won. James knows what it means to the city, that hasn't won a professional sports championship since 1964.

He isn't going to be denied by the Golden State Warriors. Tomorrow night when the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Golden State Warriors, we are going to see a more determined LeBron James than we have ever seen before.

The supporting cast James has in Cleveland, is just as good if not better, than any other he has played with before. The depth of this Cavaliers team is deeper, than any other team in the NBA.

If Kyrie Irving is healthy, and Tristan Thompson can continue to play like he has, the Cavaliers will be a force to deal with. Then we have J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert are two others who have made a major contribution to the Cavaliers offense.

Seriously, who can stop this Cleveland Cavaliers team? These guys have hearts of champions, and they have a champion leading them. LeBron James is probably the best player in the NBA right-now. No one is going to be able to stop him, baring injury.

The National Media are going to be eating their words after they see the Cavs in game one. These guys aren't going to let the Warriors walk all over them. This series is going to be a battle, and it will be a battle that the Cleveland Cavaliers win.



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