Cavs Face Bulls Minus LeBron & Shaq

Cavs Face Bulls Minus LeBron & Shaq

There are 34 comments on the WJW Fox 8 Cleveland story from Apr 8, 2010, titled Cavs Face Bulls Minus LeBron & Shaq. In it, WJW Fox 8 Cleveland reports that:

With the league's best record locked up and their eyes on a playoff run, the Cleveland Cavaliers held LeBron James out of Thursday's game against the Chicago Bulls.

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“Living the life.”

Since: Mar 10

Bay Village, OH

#1 Apr 8, 2010
And it begins. The backslide into mediocrity.
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#2 Apr 8, 2010
I knew the cav's were gonna lose.Lebron did'nt play,thats why they lost.

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#3 Apr 8, 2010
just waiting on the playoffs to watch bron bron choke again.

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#4 Apr 9, 2010
All 3 of you have a few screws loose. It's time to rest some players, home court is clinched throughout the playoffs, time to get Jamison, Hickson, J J, and soon Shaq in sync with each other in this last few games that do NOT count.

You'll wish you hadn't spoken so soon 'location hidden' & Bay Village.
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#5 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
just waiting on the playoffs to watch bron bron choke again.
WORD,just like in 07.
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#6 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
just waiting on the playoffs to watch bron bron choke again.
Damn! must be really sticky if you think that!

refresh my memory as to when he choked again....

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#7 Apr 9, 2010
Water Boy wrote:
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Damn! must be really sticky if you think that!
refresh my memory as to when he choked again....
I'm not talking about the regular season circus those clowns put on i'm talking about when it really counts, in the playoffs. Bron bron has yet to live up to his "king" james name, i mean when he did get to the finals, well you know what happened. By the way, very sticky.

Since: Mar 10

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#8 Apr 9, 2010
At least my boy d-wade has a ring.

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#9 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not talking about the regular season circus those clowns put on i'm talking about when it really counts, in the playoffs. Bron bron has yet to live up to his "king" james name, i mean when he did get to the finals, well you know what happened. By the way, very sticky.
Why are you putting it all on Bron though? It's a team that wins and it's a team that loses. They got as far as they could with who they had. This year they may just get a little further.:-)

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#10 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
At least my boy d-wade has a ring.
Yes he does have 1. Then what has he done after that? Last year they were one and done, right? This year they're currently seeded at #6. That means there are 5 teams in the East better than they are at this point in time. I like Wade, but did Miami's GM do enough for them to advance further, or is Wade, who has gotten 4 years older, suppose to carry everybody to the Trophy?

Since: Mar 10

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#11 Apr 9, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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Yes he does have 1. Then what has he done after that? Last year they were one and done, right? This year they're currently seeded at #6. That means there are 5 teams in the East better than they are at this point in time. I like Wade, but did Miami's GM do enough for them to advance further, or is Wade, who has gotten 4 years older, suppose to carry everybody to the Trophy?
Well he has been injured, and your right, give him a lil help and he's proved what he can do. I cant really argue your point because you already said it for me. It says alot that wade can still get his team to the playoffs with the turds they put on the court with him.

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#12 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
<quoted text>Well he has been injured, and your right, give him a lil help and he's proved what he can do. I cant really argue your point because you already said it for me. It says alot that wade can still get his team to the playoffs with the turds they put on the court with him.
Beaz tries, but I think they're going to need another caliber player like Wade. What's you're feel for if he is going to stay or book this summer?

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#13 Apr 9, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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Why are you putting it all on Bron though? It's a team that wins and it's a team that loses. They got as far as they could with who they had. This year they may just get a little further.:-)
If they got as far as they could with what they had then it shouldn't be no excuses this year then huh
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#14 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not talking about the regular season circus those clowns put on i'm talking about when it really counts, in the playoffs. Bron bron has yet to live up to his "king" james name, i mean when he did get to the finals, well you know what happened. By the way, very sticky.
He had NO HELP in those finals and he took on quite a bit being so young and against a POWERHOUSE TEAM in the Spurs, dont you think?

Even Duncan said to Lebron: "Youre the Future of the NBA"..

This past regular season, he had help However, his teammates choked postseason, not him....LBJ did about as much as humanly possible.

Remember, many had the same remarks about MJ prior to winning those ships'...

All Im saying is give him time...it WILL HAPPEN and quite possibly, this season.

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#15 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
<quoted text>If they got as far as they could with what they had then it shouldn't be no excuses this year then huh
Sounds like you're about ready to pounce.........

We're all very hopeful this year.

Since: Mar 10

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#16 Apr 9, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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Beaz tries, but I think they're going to need another caliber player like Wade. What's you're feel for if he is going to stay or book this summer?
I think he's gone since the heat didn't try to make a move before the trade deadline to give them a realistic shot. But money talks

Since: Mar 10

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#17 Apr 9, 2010
Water Boy wrote:
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He had NO HELP in those finals and he took on quite a bit being so young and against a POWERHOUSE TEAM in the Spurs, dont you think?
Even Duncan said to Lebron: "Youre the Future of the NBA"..
This past regular season, he had help However, his teammates choked postseason, not him....LBJ did about as much as humanly possible.
Remember, many had the same remarks about MJ prior to winning those ships'...
All Im saying is give him time...it WILL HAPPEN and quite possibly, this season.
i think kobe might have something to say about this season
The Midnight Caller

Cleveland, OH

#18 Apr 9, 2010
The Cavaliers WILL NOT win the NBA Championship this year!! They will probably lose in the 2nd or 3rd round and they might even lose in the 1st round if they have to play Chicago. This spring will be more of a disappointment for Cleveland than last year's loss to Orlando.

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#19 Apr 9, 2010
The Midnight Caller wrote:
The Cavaliers WILL NOT win the NBA Championship this year!! They will probably lose in the 2nd or 3rd round and they might even lose in the 1st round if they have to play Chicago. This spring will be more of a disappointment for Cleveland than last year's loss to Orlando.
You shouldn't use last night's game against Chicago as a deciding factor of how the Cavs are going to play in the playoffs. The situation being: no LeBron, no Shaq, no Delonte, no Booby and no reason they shouldn't be resting some of starters. These last few games don't mean squat.
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#20 Apr 9, 2010
stickygreens wrote:
<quoted text>i think kobe might have something to say about this season
I hope so, Im a Laker Fan!

but, we need our team firing on all cylinders, not just Kobe.

Many issues to address there but, I think we'll be ready post season....

Look, Im Just saying that the Cavs stand a good chance to win as well, im not talking about last season's or the year before's failure etc, Im talking about this year.

There is something about Losing that can prove to be a spark for players. Especially players like Lebron who were so close and did so much...its fuel, as was for kobe and the Lakers after their beatdown by the Celtics.

As Micheal jordan once said:

"I have failed time and time again...and that is why I succeed".

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