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Much like Dirk, LeBron has had an impressive postseason. In moments during games, he looks unstoppable scoring the ball.
DeShawn Stevenson and Shawn Marion will most likely guard LeBron for the majority of minutes he's in the game.
Stevenson has a history of guarding him dating back to their meetings in two Wizards/Cavaliers playoff series in 2007 and 2008. The 6'5" guard has a tough and ruthless manner, and that could be what is needed to take on such a powerful force.
Marion has spent his entire career guarding a variety of positions, so taking on LeBron will be nothing new to him. His length is what he uses to his advantage when handling bigger opponents. Despite being a step slower than he once was, his presence will be felt.
Jason Kidd may see a few plays guarding him as well. It sounds crazy considering the height and age difference, but Kidd saw some success checking Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant the previous two rounds. This will be a tougher matchup, however, due to LeBron being quicker and more athletic than Bryant, and stronger than Durant.
Like the Mavericks with Dirk, the all things Heat begin with LeBron. Containing him to any degree is a plus.