Mo Williams - Assists went down. Rebounds Went down. FG% went down. His PPG was up a mere .6. Antawn Jamison - Assists went down. Rebounds went down. PPG went down almost 7 points. Shaq - Assists went down. Rebounds went down. PPG went down more than 5 points. Nice try, buddy. Most their numbers dropped. Andrew Bynum is hurt too much to consider, but he and Shaq are a wash at this point. Gasol- ok. Mo Williams is better than Derek Fisher. Antawn is better (offensively) than Ron Artest. So I give you 1 player... again, the ONLY team with a better starting 5 is either the Lakers or Celtics. No one else. You serious? Boobie Gipson, Delonte West, Big Z (would be a starter on many teams), JJ Hickson, Jamario Moon,, Leon Powe (a guy that was key for the Celtics in their 2008 championship). Again- are you serious? The Lakers best guy off the bench... is a guy the Cavs didn't even want. (Shannon Brown) They have a GREAT bench. And some of those guys I just mentioned dont even get to play. So by "blatantly false" you mean... it was true? and no, I didn't have to search. I actually watch basketball. Anyone that thinks Shaq and Mo are All-Stars?... Uhhhmmm... http://www.midwestsportsfans.com/2009/01/lebron-james-upset-at-mo-williams-all-star-game-snub/ Funny. Lebron thinks he's an all-star too. Hmmm... 2 Birds with 1 stone. Let's forget that Shaq is a future hall of famer that can still play, too. Again, that sure looks like an all-star jersey... but what do I know. It's probably "blatantly false". Name more than 5 teams with 3 all-stars in their front 5. Try it... Really? Or did Lebron have 9 turnovers in 2 key games? Most of his only points came from the free-throw line. He choked. Again. Like he always does. He's Peyton Manning in a basketball jersey. His numbers suddenly go down when the pressure is on. If you don't think he struggled this post-season, you simply didn't watch. Pretend he didn't miss key free-throws. Like usual. Pretend he didn't try to make a ill-advised 3 when he was 0/9 from 3 instead of taking the 2. Pretend he wasn't completely rattled and almost invisible in the most crucial times. Pretend he didn't lose the ball to seal the game for the Celtics. 7 of 26 from 3 vs the Celtics. 44% shooting 4.5 TOs. Do me a favor- Search "Lebron chokes again" in google. So what should they do? Bring in a consistent "Defensive Player of the Year" like... I dunno... Ben Wallace to help? Oh. That's right. He lost with him, too.