Five Reasons Why The Cavs Have What It Takes To Win It All

Nick BarillaContributor IApril 9, 2009

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Here are five  reasons why I believe the Cavaliers will have a lot to celebrate in mid- June.

LeBron James

LeBron has had an MVP season and is leading his team to the best record in the NBA.  He is becoming a well-respected veteran around the league and is due to win a NBA title sooner than later.


The Cavaliers are constantly shown on various sports programs, and not only for the fact that they have the best record in the NBA. The Cavs have become the entertainment source for the NBA, and it is because they are having fun.

It is not possible for any team to do well in my book if they don't have teamwork. The Cavaliers have shown everyone that they are indeed a very tight-knit team, and what better way to represent that at the end of the year than with a ring?

They Are Simply the Best

The Cavs have the best record in the NBA and don't show any signs of slowing down anytime soon, especially with "Big Ben" Wallace back in the lineup after an injury that lasted him 20 games.

They are one game better than the current champs, the Boston Celtics, and they have shown that they also have an edge on them in pretty much every category. 

They Are Also Better Than the West

There is one thing that can be said about the West this year, They Suck!(at least in my opinion). Though the West does hold home to promising teams such as the Portland Trail Blazers, the Lakers are looking like the front-runner to win the West. The Cavs can compete with the Lakers, and these two teams will make for a good final showdown.

The Addition of Mo Williams

Mo Williams and LeBron James. What more can I say? On an interview with ESPN, Williams said that he wanted to play with James for the remainder of his career; wherever the two may go.

Their chemistry is unbelievable, and with Delonte West and Daniel Gibson helping them out, they have title-winning talent.