With the NBA season opener here, how will Cavs fans treat Kyrie?
The NBA’s attempt to change the all star game may be a short term spark, but it will fail in the long term. The only way to draw more interest in the game is to do what the MLB used to do and have it mean something. If the winning conference got homecourt advantage in the finals we would see most of these guys busting their ass out there. We would actually get to see a game in which the leagues best showed off their best.
Let’s break down the Cavs major off-season moves:
Lose Kyrie Irving.
Add D Rose, D Wade, Isiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Jeff Green, and Brooklyn’s number 1 pick in 2018 along with the Celtics 2nd round pick.
I will take that trade off any day of the week.
With the Bulls and D Wade agreeing to a buyout, there are a few teams in the hunt for him including the Spurs, Cavs, Heat, and Thunder. Where will he end up?
The Oklahoma City Thunder trade for Carmelo Anthony, making them a serious threat now in the west this year
I feel like Kyrie has changed his whole demeanor since this whole trade talk came out. Everything from his attitude, to his look, to his talk. I feel like he is trying to make himself come off as the new Kobe. He may be trying a little too hard.
Hearing it hear first, Carmelo will go to the Rockets and they will get things clicking with Harden, CP3 and Melo, and are going to be too much for Golden State to handle.
What do you guys think?
Only time will tell, but I am telling you now, Kyrie will miss Cleveland more than Cleveland misses Kyrie. Our ball movement will improve, and Boston will struggle finding a rhythm this year.
Cavs were able to scrap up a 2020 second round pick, and the deal is finally complete. I will say tho, I am not sure all that hold up was worth a second round pick in 2020…
I don’t care that he won a ring, he is still trash.
Isiah tells those who are doubting that he is not damaged and that he will come back as the same player he was. Are you buying it?
with every passing day, which side is starting to feel more of the pressure?
Will the Kyrie for Isiah deal fall through now that the Cavs have expressed concern from what they see with Isiah’s hip?
Does the burning of Isiah’s jersey by some fans make any sense since it was something out of his control being via a trade he did not request?
cavs get brookylns first round pick, crowder, and isiah for kyrie, did the cavs get enough?
Was last year the official beginning of the Kevin Durant era?
Is it wrong of Lebron to always leave his current team in the dark about what his next move may be?
Is the Cavs signing of Derrick Rose for only $2.1 Million something or nothing?
Is all the drama going on right now the beginning of the end for this Cavaliers team?
Is Kyrie being too selfish, or do you see his reasoning for wanting to leave Lebron and the Cavs?
Who would you take in their prime, Lebron or Jordan?