The Verdict: Lebron Not So Valuable After All.

Tommy RossCorrespondent IMarch 8, 2010

So much for the myth of the Cavaliers being a one man team. With a 97-95 win today over the Spurs in a highly contested bout the Cavs prove that their alot more to them then number 23.

With Lebron out of the way Mo Williams lead the way for the Cavs with a all around game posting 17 points, 8 ast, and 8 rebounds.

Many have questioned Mo Williams ability as a point guard because of Lebron's total domination of the ball and Mo has risen to the challenge.

You can learn alot from a player once they get a chance to shine. Mo also looked alot more effective playing his natural role of point guard vice off guard slash shooting guard.

Maybe the Cavs might look into letting him play more of the point.  Jamison also answered the call with 17 points, 2 stl, 1 block, and 4 rebounds proving once again he's worth the chance the Cavs took on him.

Manu Ginoboli was magnificent tonight dropping 38 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals.

The Cavaliers barely dodged a bullet by the skin of their of their molars, when Manu hit what could of been the game tying shot but unfortunately for the Spurs his foots was on the line.

So can the nonsense of Lebron not having any help finally get put to rest? Or do we have to suffer yet another season of the rest of The Cav's getting severely overlooked?