Now that we’re down to the NBA’s version of the Final Four, are there any conclusions worth drawing other than the fact that LeBron James is seriously great and so are the chances that any team he plays for will win it all?
Well, actually there may be. Look to the Eisenhower Era concepts of ball movement and team play and see if that’s not the way to make some postseason noise in 2013. San Antonio certainly wins this way, leading the league in assists. Indiana has no single scorer in the NBA’s top 20. Memphis has a 7-foot-1 center who loves to pass and Miami takes the lead of LeBron, who does everything well.
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