Well, here we are in prime time on a Sunday night. The Cavaliers have an opportunity to overtake the Celtics’ number one position in the East due to the Pistons victory earlier in the day. In order to do that, the Cavaliers will have to get past a tough Hawks team in Atlanta. The last time the Cavs played the Hawks was December 13th when the Cavs came up on the short end on a night when Lebron scored 33. Of course that was also a night when Zydrunas Ilgauskas was out. This time, trade Zydrunas for the recently injured Ben Wallace.
It should be a good test for Mike Brown and the boys tonight. Stick around here and talk Cavs. Or you can check out Scott, Rock, or me, Craig, on Twitter. Also, we are all watching the buy-out market very carefully. Whether it be Joe Smith, Drew Gooden, Shawn Marion, or the impossibility of Chris Bosh (HA!) the dreams of buyouts are alive and well, if only for the stupidity of our lustful dreams.