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INDIANAPOLIS: It was a double triple-double weekend for LeBron James. The Cavaliers star did it again on Sunday, filling up the stat sheet while carrying his team to another victory. Full Story
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OMG

Cleveland, OH

#1 Nov 26, 2007
Great game LeBron. Your having a MVP season so far. When will cheap a$$es Ferry and Gilbert get you a tall C/F for rebounding and defense and a point guard?
Will

Salem, OH

#2 Nov 26, 2007
Cheap a$$es? They have no room in the cap to make any such moves.
hdawg

Mamaroneck, NY

#3 Nov 26, 2007
There's a salary cap in this league, and with contracts like Z and Hughes they can't get Lebron help right now.
Larry

Ponce, Puerto Rico

#4 Nov 26, 2007
With the way Lebron is playing right now sorry Kobe he's the best player in the league. Too bad that he doesn't have the talent around him to win a championship. They have to try and do something they can't waste a chance like this. If they finish the season without making any significant moves then Ferry needs to go. With the right talent around him and the kind of game he has they could win multiple championships.
Larry

Ponce, Puerto Rico

#5 Nov 26, 2007
If a GM like Paxson can ship off a player like Kemp with the contract and baggage he had then something could be done.
Spud

Stow, OH

#6 Nov 26, 2007
Hey OMG - Perhaps drinking has been involved in Ferry & Gilbert's decisions? You know what I'm talking about, you vile scuzzbag.
Sell your computer

Norwalk, OH

#7 Nov 26, 2007
Spud wrote:
Hey OMG - Perhaps drinking has been involved in Ferry & Gilbert's decisions? You know what I'm talking about, you vile scuzzbag.
Ditto.
Sell your computer

Norwalk, OH

#8 Nov 26, 2007
OMG wrote:
Great game LeBron. Your having a MVP season so far. When will cheap a$$es Ferry and Gilbert get you a tall C/F for rebounding and defense and a point guard?
This grump is low life scum. Over the weekend he posted a suggestion that Scott Fetterolf, killed in a car wreck, was drinking. What an insult to the family, when every other post suggested that Scott was one of the good guys.

If you have any evidence, put your real name to the post and state your case. If you don't, I hope you are sued for slander. You obviously are so full of it, you repeat your pathetic behavior over and over and over again.
alan t

United States

#9 Nov 26, 2007
Will wrote:
Cheap a$$es? They have no room in the cap to make any such moves.
Oh, there's some room that can be creatively made, but they'd end up going back over the cap and be forced to pay the luxury tax. The very thing that Ferry's people had issued bald-face lies to the beat writers this past summer, and then immediately parroted back out to their readers as egregious propaganda. Uh, I mean as fact.

When the mortgage business is hurting so badly that you're actually hesitating to give a third year to a relatively inexpensive stiff like Shannon Brown, then I'd say that times are pretty tough.

I can justifiably understand not wanting to pay the luxury tax. Few franchise owners do. But if that's the case, then don't lie about it. My problem is not that anybody is being cheap, but that the press and their readers were played and continue to be played as suckers and fools.
OMG

Cleveland, OH

#10 Nov 26, 2007
Sell your computer wrote:
<quoted text>
This grump is low life scum. Over the weekend he posted a suggestion that Scott Fetterolf, killed in a car wreck, was drinking. What an insult to the family, when every other post suggested that Scott was one of the good guys.
If you have any evidence, put your real name to the post and state your case. If you don't, I hope you are sued for slander. You obviously are so full of it, you repeat your pathetic behavior over and over and over again.
Why is the Highway Patrol continuing their investigation if Scott's death was an ordinary auto accident? I think there is more to come out about how Scott died. It's very interesting that he dies the day his business goes belly up and closes down for good. Not slander, just a intelligent comment. Let's see what comes out of the OHP investigation before you rake me over the coals.
OMG

Cleveland, OH

#11 Nov 26, 2007
alan t wrote:
<quoted text> Oh, there's some room that can be creatively made, but they'd end up going back over the cap and be forced to pay the luxury tax. The very thing that Ferry's people had issued bald-face lies to the beat writers this past summer, and then immediately parroted back out to their readers as egregious propaganda. Uh, I mean as fact.
When the mortgage business is hurting so badly that you're actually hesitating to give a third year to a relatively inexpensive stiff like Shannon Brown, then I'd say that times are pretty tough.
I can justifiably understand not wanting to pay the luxury tax. Few franchise owners do. But if that's the case, then don't lie about it. My problem is not that anybody is being cheap, but that the press and their readers were played and continue to be played as suckers and fools.
You tell 'em Alan T.

Gilbert is hurting for money or he'd pay the luxury tax. I am disappointed in his team management style. I thought we had a George Steinbrenner type owner, but instead we have a Paul Dolan or Randy Lerner in sheeps clothing.
bigeasy

Baton Rouge, LA

#12 Nov 26, 2007
lebron is on mj 23 level but he need to win an championship
KTJAZZ

United States

#13 Nov 26, 2007
No way Dan Gilbert is hurting for money. The Cavaliers are being smart for NOT making a move to hurt their salary flexibility. This season is a throw away season. After this season they will be able to make moves because of the expiring contracts of Donyell Marshall ($7 million) Eric Snow ($7 million), Damon Jones ($4.5 million) and Drew Gooden ($6 million). Teams looking to dump players to get out of salary jail will be willing to take these players for one year to get their cap back in order. Don't panic Cavs fans, we have LB for at least 2 more season after this one. Next year is the year Ferry wants to revamp the team and make another run.
Legal Guy

Cleveland, OH

#14 Nov 26, 2007
OMG wrote:
<quoted text>Why is the Highway Patrol continuing their investigation if Scott's death was an ordinary auto accident? I think there is more to come out about how Scott died. It's very interesting that he dies the day his business goes belly up and closes down for good. Not slander, just a intelligent comment. Let's see what comes out of the OHP investigation before you rake me over the coals.
Subpoena being written as I type.
Legal Guy

Cleveland, OH

#15 Nov 26, 2007
OMG wrote:
<quoted text>You tell 'em Alan T.
Gilbert is hurting for money or he'd pay the luxury tax. I am disappointed in his team management style. I thought we had a George Steinbrenner type owner, but instead we have a Paul Dolan or Randy Lerner in sheeps clothing.
Clearly you and "Alan T" are just as f--king stupid. Gilbert is NOT hurting for money. They just refuse to pay Varejao what he's asking for.

And rightfully so. He's not worth it. If any other team in the league thought he was worth what he was asking, there would have been offers. And there haven't been. Andy is another example of an athlete who thinks he's worth more than he actually is.

He can sit all he wants. His worth goes down even more w/each passing day. And each passing day, he'll still belong to the Cavs.

And Cleveland is a MEDIUM market -- so using Steinbrenner as an example just shows -- even more -- how f--king ignorant you are. If Steinbrenner was in Cleveland, he'd do the same thing as Ferry. AS THE MARKET ALLOWS, asshat.
John

Boston, MA

#16 Nov 26, 2007
Only 5 teams pay the luxury tax:

1. Knicks $45,142,002
2. Mavs $7,204,968
3. Nuggets $2,022,418
4. T-Wolves $998,536
5. Spurs $196,082

Alan T, you are anti-Ferry, it is hard to take any of your comments seriously.
EDS

AOL

#17 Nov 26, 2007
Dear Anybody:

Give LaBron a legitimate support system and Cleveland will have a dynasty. On the other hand, play games with him and LaBron is on his way to New York when his contract is up. It's just that simple. Danny, it's up to you. Get going or get fired!
Thomas Oscrum

Las Vegas, NV

#18 Nov 26, 2007
Well, well, well, James gets all the calls from the refs-again-and now he is the number one player in the NBA. People, how stupid can you be...James throws up the ball a thousand times (check is shooting precentage), and is bound to get a hundred points. As for his rebounds, the man pushes off the boards each time he goes up for a shot. But, like Mike before him, he gets all the non-calls his way.
As for passing up the ball. Notice that his teammates have to beg him for the ball. Like a child he frowns and dribbles the ball for 20 seconds before he dishes off, often resulting in bad shots for the players. What a chump.
Remember what Tony Parker, Duncun, and the rest of the boys from San An did to him. Shut him down like a shive. When the going gets tough Lebron gets going.....Makes excuses and walks off the court with his meat head down to the floor.
tmurda2240

Norwalk, OH

#19 Nov 26, 2007
Thomas Oscrum wrote:
Well, well, well, James gets all the calls from the refs-again-and now he is the number one player in the NBA. People, how stupid can you be...James throws up the ball a thousand times (check is shooting precentage), and is bound to get a hundred points. As for his rebounds, the man pushes off the boards each time he goes up for a shot. But, like Mike before him, he gets all the non-calls his way.
As for passing up the ball. Notice that his teammates have to beg him for the ball. Like a child he frowns and dribbles the ball for 20 seconds before he dishes off, often resulting in bad shots for the players. What a chump.
Remember what Tony Parker, Duncun, and the rest of the boys from San An did to him. Shut him down like a shive. When the going gets tough Lebron gets going.....Makes excuses and walks off the court with his meat head down to the floor.
You just won the moron of the day award for those absolutely brainless comments you just made.
John

Boston, MA

#20 Nov 26, 2007
Thomas Oscrum wrote:
Well, well, well, James gets all the calls from the refs-again-and now he is the number one player in the NBA. People, how stupid can you be...James throws up the ball a thousand times (check is shooting precentage), and is bound to get a hundred points. As for his rebounds, the man pushes off the boards each time he goes up for a shot. But, like Mike before him, he gets all the non-calls his way.
As for passing up the ball. Notice that his teammates have to beg him for the ball. Like a child he frowns and dribbles the ball for 20 seconds before he dishes off, often resulting in bad shots for the players. What a chump.
Remember what Tony Parker, Duncun, and the rest of the boys from San An did to him. Shut him down like a shive. When the going gets tough Lebron gets going.....Makes excuses and walks off the court with his meat head down to the floor.
You should check in to a hospital at once to have them check to see if you have a brain. Congratulations, you have just won the least intelligent post of the year award!

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