So here we are almost half way through the NBA season and I thought it'd be fun to hate on Gloat's ridiculous posts and talk about the state of power in the NBA. Here is a gem that I found a minute ago: Lol, yea that Blake Griffin kid is horrible. How's that working out for ya sage? Now, I didn't feel like quoting any more posts, but how is that Cleveland having just as good of a supporting cast as the Lakers working out for ya? Worst team in the NBA sans LeBron. Now, they did also lose Shaq and Ilgauskas, so that probably has cost them a couple games. At best, you would have to say they would have been a 25-30 win team without LeBron had they stayed, though. So where are all of those "All-Stars" you were talking about? Ya know, that Antawn Jamison and Mo Williams who were as good as Pau Gasol, Lamar Odom, Andrew Bynum, and Ron Artest? Maybe we should talk about the numbers that LeBron is posting (that are still better than Kobe, by the way) while his team ran Kobe off the floor? Maybe we should talk about LeBron shooting better from the field (as always) and also better from 3 than Kobe? You know, the same LeBron that can't shoot. Oh, I know. They just leave him open and only guard Kobe. Or maybe it is a conspiracy by the NBA? Oh no, wait. Maybe it's the refs that help his 3's go in and keep Kobe down. Let's talk about Miami not being able to rebound or play defense. Man, that was a laugher. Meanwhile, a Miami team with no inside defensive presence is the best defensive team in the NBA. Just as I predicted. They also have the best point differential in the NBA. Guess who is dead last (by almost 2 full points, by the way... a ridiculous amount for a stat like this)? The Cavs. Kind of funny that most consider this to be a down year for LeBron (and it is) and he's still the best player in the NBA. p.s. I spared you all of the KD talk, even. You should count yourself lucky. p.s.s. Owned.