Looks like the Cavs got the missing piece to their championship run today by trading for Jamison.
The Cavs vs Lakers in the finals is going to be good.
0 for 12. Yikes not a great start.
I personally don't see this as an improvement.
Jamison has a few miles on him and isn't the player he once was, but the line for his first game as a Cav was an abberation and he will help them. Cavs seem very much the team to beat in the East.
I'm rooting for Cleveland to break through this season--Celtics are aging and injury-riddled (I say this respectfully; I'm very much a Boston fan), and Orlando is overrated in my opinion. I think a Cavs-Lakers final would be fun to watch.
by Jason Zimmerman7 years ago
I'm going with the Magic. I watched every game of the series with the cavs, because I'm a cavs fan. Let me tell you the magic are way to physical for the Lakers. We all saw how physical the Nuggets were and the nearly...
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
Espn analyst says that Andrew Bynum is the main Laker asset. Unlikely to get both of them, but I'd be happy with either one.
by Steven Escareno18 months ago
Personally, I don't think he will because he's a bad fit for the team long term. The Mavericks love to pass the ball around a lot, and Rondo seems to be a ball dominant point guard that needs the ball to go...
by ocbill4 years ago
They just traded away Lamar Odom as step to make room for Dwight Howard. Odom makes 8.9 mil. Walton makes around 7-ish?. Their style of mgmt is one of disloyalty. It is ALL BUSSiness with the Lakers (Fakers). In...
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