The Cavs sacrificed offense in Hughes and Gooden?
Larry Hughes with Cavs this season:
12.7 ppg .377fg% 30.3mpg
Drew Gooden w/Cavs
11.7ppg .444fg% 30.7mpg
Joe Smith w/Chicago
11.2 ppg .466fg% 22.9mpg
Szczerbiak with Seattle
13.1 ppg .460fg% 23mpg
That's not much of a sacrifice. In fact, it looks like a significant upgrade by any stretch of logic. So what on earth are you talking about?
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#28 Feb 28, 2008
I hope your're right Chuck,'cause it doesn't really look that way right now. Numbers and stats are fine for reading purposes, but I want to see actual production on the court. call me skeptical.
Since: May 07
York Township, OH
#29 Feb 28, 2008
Well, it was fun while it lasted.....which was for one game against Memphis.
These next five games need to all be wins.....Chicago, Minnesota, the Knicks, Chicago, Indiana.....they should take all of them.
#30 Feb 28, 2008
cavs fans are so happy that a trade was made , not even caring about if this was a great trade . in this trade , i like joe smith and nothing else (espescially as someone who can come off the bench or be an emergency starter). i'm lukewarm to mr. west . but as far as wally and ben , i'm no fan of theirs . cavs still need to address their need for a scorer who can create his own shot and shots for others (and who is in thier prime).
#31 Feb 28, 2008
I agree with Chuck if the Cavs continue to lose to teams such as Minnesota, Chicago, and Knicks the fans should start to worry! Some of these officials totally play to the hometown crowds! There's been a bunch of bs calls, but I'm not blaming that as the soul reason why the Cavs lost but it sure doesn't help much! I'm glad Mike Brown went nuts and got kicked out to show some emotion! The Cavs need to knock some of their opposition to the ground to show them that they mean business, besides the other teams do it to the Cavs. Sick Big Ben on them. I sure wouldn't want to run into him in a dark alley.
#32 Feb 28, 2008
#39 Feb 29, 2008
Take time out guys! The Cavs will live and die in the post season with 2 things:
1. Lebron's offense
2. Big Ben's defense
Both men will deliver...The Cavs will become Champions...
#40 Feb 29, 2008
Champions? There's a good chance they won't get out of the 2nd round since they will have to win on Boston's home floor to do it.
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