Cavs storm past Pacers

Cavs storm past Pacers

There are 15 comments on the Akron Beacon Journal story from Mar 9, 2008, titled Cavs storm past Pacers. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

CLEVELAND: When LeBron James takes 3-point shots, the opposition feels like it is doing its job.

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Shill Hater

United States

#3 Mar 9, 2008
Hey Windhurst,

What are the Cavs since the trade? 6 - 3. Maybe now would be a good time to declare your love, I mean admiration for GM Ferry. You wouldn't knock him for not doing anything for 3 years, now you can continue your bias journalism by jocking him.
East Side Joe

Chevy Chase, MD

#4 Mar 9, 2008
Cavs are 5-9 (second game) when playing back-to-back games. Next back-to-back game is against Washington, in Washington.
Bystander

Canton, OH

#5 Mar 9, 2008
Old Man Grump wrote:
<quoted text>Great game. When Z, Boobie, and Sasha return this team will compete with anyone. They will go deep into the playoffs if not the finals again this season.
Mr. Danny Ferry's trade is getting better and better as the team comes together. Drew Gooden was doing souble-doubles when AV was out and the Cavs were losing. He was no loss at all.
GO CAVS !!!
Couldn't agree more... the hardest part of the trade was the timing. It will still take a week or two for the new players to get into the system.

Regardless, it is an awesome sight to see LeBron playing like this. I think he needs to be carrying the team while they get all the plays put in, and is doing that like the superstar he is...
Chuck

Daly City, CA

#7 Mar 9, 2008
Sports Guru wrote:
The Cavs cant beat a team with a winning record due to the idiotoc trade that (Fairy Danny) made the only offense they are generating now is Le Bron and Jones, Szczebiak lost his shooting touch and confidence. The biggest loss in the trade was Drew Gooden with Double-Doubles almost every game. With Z being out at this point the Cavs are lucky to be winning against lousy opponents. they will make an early exit in the first round of the playoffs. Gotta love them Celtics.
Drew Gooden has had 19 double doubles in 59 games this season - hardly every game.
ATB

Lewis Center, OH

#8 Mar 9, 2008
Shill Hater wrote:
Hey Windhurst,
What are the Cavs since the trade? 6 - 3. Maybe now would be a good time to declare your love, I mean admiration for GM Ferry. You wouldn't knock him for not doing anything for 3 years, now you can continue your bias journalism by jocking him.
What? 6-3 equals a .667 winning percentage, which over the course of a season equates to 54 wins. Brian may or may not be biased, but please try to support your arguments with at least a trace of logic.
ATB

Lewis Center, OH

#9 Mar 9, 2008
Chuck wrote:
<quoted text>
Drew Gooden has had 19 double doubles in 59 games this season - hardly every game.
Don't waste your breath. The Guru/Genius just enjoys dropping inflamatory remarks--no matter how nonsensical--to try to get a rise out of Cavs fans. My guess is he's in 7th grade, maybe 8th. Don't try to respond with logic. He's not that bright.
Shill Hater

United States

#16 Mar 9, 2008
ATB wrote:
<quoted text>
What? 6-3 equals a .667 winning percentage, which over the course of a season equates to 54 wins. Brian may or may not be biased, but please try to support your arguments with at least a trace of logic.
Try actually reading the post. Obviously you can not tell I was being sarcastic with my comments because Windhurst is so far up Ferry's, well he sure does not take an unbias look at events. I was not making a disparaging mark about the Cavs record. Obviously logic is lost on you!
Shill Hater

United States

#17 Mar 9, 2008
Sports Guru wrote:
<quoted text>6-3 against what teams moron?
Another mental midgit. Read the post idiot. I was ripping on Windhurst and his bias journalism, not the Cavs record. Try responding when you can actually comprehend what you are reading dopey!

“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#19 Mar 9, 2008
Sports Guru wrote:
<quoted text> 6-3 over the season against what opponents? Who have they played in the last nine games you dooshbag moron?
First of all, it's "douchebag", not "dooshbag".....you douchebag.

And yes, the Cavs can beat either the Celtics or the Pistons. The Celtics haven't proven anything. So they have a great regular-season record.....what did that do for the Mavericks last year? Or the Pistons the year before? It's all about experience.....going through the battles in May and June. These Celtics haven't done that. They have three stars who have never won anything before. I'll wait until they prove themselves when it counts before I jump on their bandwagon.

And as far as the Pistons go.....we beat them last year without home court advantage. The Cavs aren't afraid of them, nor should they be.

“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#20 Mar 9, 2008
LOL....I guess they want to edit out "d0uchbag"....thanks , Topix.
jatooboo

Dayton, OH

#21 Mar 10, 2008
Sports Guru wrote:
<quoted text> My guess is your a fat reatrd loser, all of my remarks make sense your just too stupid too see what is really going on, i have a 132 IQ , whats yours? iam not in the same grade as you. I have long since graduated, DUMMY!
Someone with a 132 IQ should know which form of "your" to use... but apparently *you're too stupid*.
rusty

United States

#23 Mar 10, 2008
if sports guru has an IQ of 132 than i have an IQ of 22,638. is it me or has anyone else noticed that it is just the maroons that bring up IQ? pretty obvious those that talk about it are not exactly mensa members.

“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#24 Mar 10, 2008
rusty wrote:
if sports guru has an IQ of 132 than i have an IQ of 22,638. is it me or has anyone else noticed that it is just the maroons that bring up IQ? pretty obvious those that talk about it are not exactly mensa members.
Exactly, I've noticed that too. Only someone who is very insecure about himself would feel it necessary to mention his IQ -- as if anyone would believe the number anyway.
hdawg

United States

#25 Mar 10, 2008
I disagree that the Celtics haven't proven anything. They're a really good team. The Cavs can surely beat both Detroit and Boston at home, but I don't think they can beat them BOTH in a 7 game series when they won't have home court advantage.

“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#26 Mar 10, 2008
hdawg wrote:
I disagree that the Celtics haven't proven anything. They're a really good team. The Cavs can surely beat both Detroit and Boston at home, but I don't think they can beat them BOTH in a 7 game series when they won't have home court advantage.
You may be right. It will be very tough to beat them both. I just don't think one can dismiss the Cavs.....I think they're in the conversation with Detroit and Boston.

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