It's not the team, it's the coach and Lebron! Lebron doesn't come through when it matters. This is what the differences in MJ, Kobe, and Lebron. MJ and Kobe are cut from the same cloth. Not Lebron.
I agree that Brown is part of the issue with the Cavs. Its not JUST LeBron that f'd up this post season it was a TEAM effort. No one really produced any type of decent game play every game or even every other game. There were just too many holes in the playoffs and the Cavs as a team were not playing with any sense of urgency or that they wanted to win (minus the game in Boston)....Boston came out played as a TEAM and won as they should have. It wasn't just one player that did it for them, they had a GREAT team effort in almost every game and deserved to win the series.
Without the rest of his team being on board and doing their part every great player would be A$$. MJ without Pippen, Perdue, Kukoc, Grant, ect wouldnt have any of the championships he . Kobe without Gasol, Odom, Fisher, Artest, ect. would not be as good as he is. One player can be called a great, but he\she still needs a team effort to win games.
Brown will be out this summer, I think hes shown that he doesnt have the coaching skills to lead this team. Above all the Cavs needed a good leader for a coach and Brown has failed in that position.
Am I LeBron fan, but no where close to some of the people I see posting. Sure he had a triple double, but he also had 9 turnovers. The rest of his team besides Mo Williams pretty much played like total crap. Boston outplayed and out hustled the Cavs. Garnett played a great series, Rondo was off the charts. They came out and did what they needed to do to win.