Cavs vs. Bobcats, Game 4
"They are as good as anybody," he said. "At the end of the year, I’m sure they will be fighting for a championship."
The Cavs are shooting better from the 3-point line (46.6 percent) than they are from the field (44.8 percent).
"They have a player who can do everything on both ends of the floor (LeBron James)," Brown said. "It’s a huge task when you play Cleveland."
Brown said it was no disgrace losing to the Celtics in the season opener.
"Boston is loaded," he said. "Each game they play with Boston is going to be like a heavyweight title fight."
He said he has no doubts about the Cavs, who evened their record at 2-2 after the win over the Bobcats.
"When the season is over, they’ll have a chance to win an NBA championship," Brown said.
CAVS 90, BOBCATS 79
Oct. 31, 2009 at Quicken Loans Arena
F LeBron James
F Anderson Varejao
C Shaquille O'Neal
G Anthony Parker
G Mo Williams
F Gerald Wallace
F Boris Diaw
C Tyson Chandler
G Stephen Graham
G Raymond Felton
Mark Wunderlich, Marc Davis, Kane Fitzgerald
Cavs - Coby Karl, Danny Green, Leon Powe
Bobcats - Raja Bell, Flip Murray
-- The Cavs are 10-0 lifetime vs. the Bobcats at The Q.
-- The Cavs have won 40 of their last 43 regular-season games at The Q, dating back to last year.