Cavs’ Key to a Title May Be in the Shadows

Posted: 3rd January 2010 by Dan Delagrange in NBA
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As the Cleveland Cavaliers begin the 2010 portion of their 40th season in the NBA, not much has gone unnoticed. Boasting the Eastern Conference's best record (27-9) and two future Hall of Fame players has placed the Cavs directly under the sports media microscope all season. This season, the Cavs feature one of the biggest, broadest frontlines in the NBA: Two seven-footers in Shaquille O'Neal and Zydrunas Ilgauskas, a 6'11" hustle machine in Anderson Varejao, and the unstoppable, supposedly 250-pound LeBron James will only be bolstered upon the return of injured power forward Leon Powe. For starting power forward J.J. Hickson, it's easy to get lost in the expansive shadows of his larger-than-life frontline teammates (literally and figuratively). Not much has been said about Hickson's play ...

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