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MrWiley7


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Comment 24 Feb 2017

Your point is valid for a guy the Cavs already have too: Richard Jefferson. He looked finished before he got to Cleveland and now he's a key rotational piece.

Comment 14 Dec 2016

I understand both sides. I drove from Cincy to Indy to watch the Heat play the Pacers when LBJ was there. I was not a fan of the Pacers but it was only a 1.5 hr drive and it beats paying for a flight to Miami. Myself and 5 of my friends bought the tickets months in advance because we all have wives and children so we had to plan accordingly. Thankfully the full roster for both teams played. I would've been pissed if LBJ and/or D Wade didn't play when we went there. But I also understand that the loyalty of the players is to their home fan base. You can't have it both ways though so it is what it is. Sidenote: Seeing LBJ throw those crosscourt passes in person was pretty amazing.

Comment 15 Sep 2016

Yeah I know. I was just thinking about upgrading for a younger version of him. He's still effective but who knows when the big drop off might come for a guy his age!

Comment 15 Sep 2016

It wouldn't hurt to take a flier on him. Like someone said above, if he proves to be too much of an issue, cut him. The preference would be a younger guy like Noel or just stick with Tristan and find a defensive minded/reasonably gifted on offense guy who can play and guard the 3 and 4 like Richard Jefferson did. Now that I am thinking this out while writing, they definitely need a younger guy that gives you what he gave them.

Comment 08 Sep 2016

He might still be in the NFL if he would've agreed to try a position change. It's his life so it is what it is I guess.  

Comment 31 Aug 2016

Good call HotSauceCommittee! The show was great. One of the things that stuck with me was when Box brought the prosecutor the new evidence and she said "We have more on the kid". It stuck with me because I am sure that happens to people in real life.

Comment 26 Jul 2016

People who want to hold super long conversations first thing in the morning at work.