LeBron James and the Cavs are just one game away from the NBA Finals, a feat ESPN’s Michael Wallace considers “remarkable.”

“You take away Kevin Love and you take away Kyrie Irving, and put that against what he’s had to get through — even in the East — [LeBron] has done a remarkable job,” Wallace said on the Joe Rose Show. “He doesn’t have the strongest head coach in the world, and it’s been dysfunctional all year long.”

As for Cavs teammate Matthew Dellavedova, Wallace thinks he’s taken a few cheap shots in the playoffs, describing him as “a bowling bowl” when he’s taken out Kyle Korver and Al Horford low. He considers it “borderline dirty” and doesn’t think he’ll get away with the next one.

The Cavs face the Hawks tonight in Cleveland for Game 4.

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