I'm not sure I'd go as far as say "the other guys." I'd probably limit it to the Cavs, as far as sleep walking. While a defensive liability, he still averaged 25.4 ppg and averaged 27.4 (and a 53 point game) against mostly John Wall who is a very good defender.Even at 100%, he's kind of a regular season try-hard gimmick player that excels when the other guys are sleep-walking.
I said it during the season when many others on here were worried, but LeBron doesn't care about the regular season. I wasn't ever worried how they would perform in the playoffs, well at least in the East, even when they looked lost towards the tail end of the season. There just isn't any team in the East that is able to compete with a LeBron team surrounded by shooters, unless shots aren't falling. Or like last night when LeBron just falls flat. David Griffin deserves a lot of credit. He has built a great team that plays to LeBron's strengths. That trade for JR and Shumpert was brilliant, taking the risk that LeBron would set Smith (somewhat) straight.