When it Comes to NBA Trades It’s Not What You Ask For That Matters, It’s What You Get


“It was much pleasanter at home, when one wasn’t always growing larger and smaller, and being ordered about by mice and rabbits. I almost wish I hadn’t gone down the rabbit-hole – and yet – and yet – it’s rather curious, you know, this sort of life!” — Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland Following NBA

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Is There Any Hope Beneath the Frustration for the Cavaliers?

Kyrie Irving

I keep trying to tell myself to remember that it’s still early in the season. And then I quickly try to forget that fact. It’s far too early in the season to be this frustrated. Particularly when none of us expected the Cavaliers to be any good this season anyway. I predicted before the season

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QB Questions Just Status Quo For Browns

As summer drags on, with baseball winding down and basketball still a couple months away, all eyes in Cleveland are focused on the Browns. We follow training camp, and try to decipher how the team looks when scrimmaging and performing drills against themselves. We watch meaningless preseason games with much anticipation and scrutiny. As football

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Putting Derek Anderson Into Perspective

  Pittsburgh Steelers Sign QB Roethlisberger To NFL’s 7th $100 million Contract If you’ve been reading my posts here for a while, you will know exactly how I have felt about the Derek Anderson contract. To put it bluntly, I was not a fan of it. I still am not overly fond of the idea,

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Only A Matter Of Time?

Contract For Derek Anderson Could Be Coming Soon In case you missed it, I saw this on the Plain Dealer’s site this morning. In an article by Mary Kay Cabot, she says that GM Phil Savage feels confident that DA will be signed to a 3 year deal soon. She writes, “Talks have been a

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