LeBron James to the Chicago Bulls. And how.

June 25, 2010

Since we have spent the last year or so wading through the murky waters of free agency, don’t you think it’s about time we started drawing some conclusions?

But before we come to any real conclusions, a little role play. Imagine yourself as Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant. In just your second week on the job you are faced with the prospect of having to trade away the best player in franchise history in a do or die sign and trade, or watch the two time and defending league MVP simply leave town as an unrestricted free agent. Of course, there is also the possibility of resigning him, but I think the chances of that are very small.

Glad I’m not that guy.

Conclusion #1: The only one that really matters.

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From the Clouds

June 9, 2010

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With rumblings about LeBron’s future and the impact and exact meaning of Dan Gilbert offering Michigan State god Tom Izzo a contract near $6 million per, the Lakers and Celtics officially do not care. For now, neither do I. Read the rest of this entry »


It Always Goes In

June 7, 2010

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Who is the hero? Is it Ray or is it Rajon? Or do they split it? Does it matter? Not for Boston. Not after they were able to split the first two games on the road with the Lakers. Read the rest of this entry »


Set and Carved

June 1, 2010

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For me, these playoffs have been about cementing legacies. Read the rest of this entry »


Steamroller Blues

May 17, 2010

I don’t know what has happened to the Celtics since the middle of April, but I like it. It isn’t a matter of rediscovering youth, they aren’t going to be able to get that back. Maybe they, and by they I mean Rasheed, have decided to buckle down, dig in, and make one last run before their primes expire. Read the rest of this entry »


MIA

April 21, 2010

All members of the Heat not named Dwyane Wade didn’t even show up last night. That is just embarrassing.

However, Ray Allen was definitely there. See: 7 of 9 from 3-point territory.

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Beady Eyes On the Horizon

February 4, 2010

The trade deadline is fast approaching. I know, breaking news. Read the rest of this entry »