cavs barrel over wizards

CLEVELAND: Exactly two months ago Monday, the Cavaliers executed a massive, team- altering trade in an effort to make themselves a more potent playoff team. Full Story
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Jack

United States

#21 Apr 22, 2008
Interesting...the Wizards are as bad as our politicians. What a coincidence! LOL
Old Man Grump April 22

Akron, OH

#22 Apr 22, 2008
Jack wrote:
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Hey OldManP*ssy...still acting like he's a 13-year old coward.
Go take a nap, loser.
Jack Sprat could eat no fat
His wife could eat no lean.
And so between the two of them,
They licked the platter clean!
ATB

New York, NY

#23 Apr 22, 2008
Jack wrote:
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Hey OldManP*ssy...still acting like he's a 13-year old coward.
Go take a nap, loser.
Dude, you have got some serious anger issues.

Anyway... GETTING BACK TO THE CAVS...

Let's hope they can take their show on the road now. As fun as it was to watch them run the Wizards off the floor last night, there will be a different energy in Washington. Washington will come out desperate, and a game 3 Cavs win would absolutely rip their hearts out. Don't forget, despite their late-season mediocrity, the Cavs were 12-4 at home after the trade. In other words, their struggles were on the road. That needs to change ASAP, given that these two games represented the full extent of our home court advantage this year. The rest of the way, we'll need to figure out how to win elsewhere.

If Brenda Haywood winds up being suspended (which he probably shouldn't), that would be a huge blow for the Wizards, as are the lingering injuries to Zero and Karen Butler. Either way, this next one is huge. Let's hope this momentum continues -- what a blast!

GO CAVS!
reality12

Lakewood, OH

#24 Apr 22, 2008
Did anybody who watched the game on STO see the first replay of Brenda's foul on LeBron,the shot that showed LB coming down the middle you saw a very hard foul,then an agressive push sending him flying,it was so obvious,then on TNT and guess ESPN,they show different angles on the foul from the back and side which some would say it's not that bad.It just shows me the Bristol Morons and rude Reggie Miller who seems to dislike LeBron,always critical,can make a flagrant 2 that should be suspension,look not as CRITICAL as it was.If that was Kobe everybody be crying for his head,Barkley was the only one with Magic who agreed this was way off the hook.I condone hard fouls but that was nuts.I think they need to get a grip on hard fouls ,yes in the 80's this was common,but so where a lot of fights,guys where forgeting about skills and turned it into a brawl and that's why they tried to cool it down,guys just don't know when to say when,then you had a THUG who just came in to foul,kinda like going to a fight,and then a Hockey game would break out.Tremendous intensity really a joy to watch,boy LeBron is a STUD,Gilbert after LeBron locked down on him, all of a sudden grimmised when he finally made his first shot,he needed an excuse for LB the PREDATOR on him,NO MASS.
Old Man Grump April 22

Akron, OH

#25 Apr 22, 2008
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey OldManP*ssy...still acting like he's a 13-year old coward.
Go take a nap, loser.
Jack Sprat could eat no fat
His wife could eat no lean.
And so between the two of them,
They licked the platter clean!

CALM DOWN AND GO TAKE A MILLTOWN !!!!
East Side Joe

Chevy Chase, MD

#26 Apr 22, 2008
John wrote:
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I like Wilbon and read his article last night, which was a good one. While the Wiz are his team, he is a lot more objective than most Washington writers.
Only disagreed on a couple things he said:
1. The Cavs are not as good as last year and are not
as good after the trade.
2. Wilbon and Reggie Miller wondered if a flagrant II
call would have made if it happened on any other
Cav other than Lebron.
Other than that his article was right on target.
It was a pleasure reading all the Wiz fans whines & excuses.
Agreed. Brave of you to maintain your fan loyalty while living in a hot sports town right now. Shows character. There are time when I consider exercising "The Western Reserve Clause" and re-affiliating with Boston.
Cavs Rule

United States

#27 Apr 22, 2008
Jack wrote:
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Hey OldManP*ssy...still acting like he's a 13-year old coward.
Go take a nap, loser.
LOL!!
MB Manhattan Beach CA

AOL

#28 Apr 22, 2008
Funny video calling out the Wizards at www.bookiemom.com .
Can't wait for Round 2!
Josh

AOL

#29 Apr 22, 2008
See what happens when the Cavs do well? No one has anything constructive to say, so a fight breaks out because the Grump turns into Dr Seuss. What a zoo topix is!!

I'm still waiting for someone to step forward and tell me that Larry Hughes and Drew Gooden are sorely missed and we never should have made the trade.

Where are all the haters???

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