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  1. #21
    ^ Yung mga fracture saka sprain temporary lang naman yang mga yan.

    Buti walang mga ligament injuries.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Extremist View Post
    ^ Yung mga fracture saka sprain temporary lang naman yang mga yan.

    Buti walang mga ligament injuries.

    Saka when he's healthy he's one of the most exciting players in the league. Mas malakas yung Cavaliers next year kesa sa team nila ngayon. Add another backup PG pala. Pwede rin si Mo Williams. Si Delly 3rd stringer lang talaga.

  3. #23
    devil's advocate lang .....

    what if LJames calls it quits? opt out na rin kayo sa thread na ito??





    feeling ko. CLE will go on a recruiting spree of championship hungry veterans and offer them peanuts to avoid hitting the cap.


    Quote Originally Posted by Valorian View Post
    RIP Prime Kyrie Irving
    agree



    Quote Originally Posted by LeBron6 View Post
    Bring back David Blatt, and hire Coach Tom Thibbediu as assistant coach. They need to trade Kevin Love or Kyrie Irving para isa na lang yung injury prone na players nila. Add some shooters, and draft some players with youth, and athleticism.
    they already have a lot of shooters. wala nga lang will to win.

    plus, why fire the assistant CoachABlatt if they have coach LJames.



    Quote Originally Posted by Valorian View Post
    why are you having a "Fire Blatt" discussion?

    unang taon pa lang nung mama, aalisin na agad? balik nanaman sa umpisa..taon-taon na lang ba kayo magpapalit ng coach pag natatalo?
    sobrang greenhorn at ang daming bad calls. it is obvious that LJames does not respect CoachABlatt.



    Quote Originally Posted by LeBron6 View Post
    Saka when he's healthy he's one of the most exciting players in the league. Mas malakas yung Cavaliers next year kesa sa team nila ngayon. Add another backup PG pala. Pwede rin si Mo Williams. Si Delly 3rd stringer lang talaga.
    MDelladova is a sly thug. the CCavaliers will keep him if he will agree to stay for peanuts.

    they should rest KLove and KIrving until the all-star break to keep them out of injuries. feeling ko one more bad injury would send KIrving to retirement.

    LeBest can carry this team to the playoffs.

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    "Just trade Kevin Love. Sign and Trade. Gusto naman siya ng Phoenix Suns dati. Kevin Love for Eric Bledsoe, and Markieff Morris. Cleveland Cavaliers​ 2015-16 C- Mozgov, Thompson, LeBron, Shumpert, Irving. Bench. Varejao. Morris, Hollis-Jefferson (Rookie) Bledsoe, Dellavedova, and Holmes (Rookie). 10 men rotation yan pagdating sa playoffs. Bledsoe is a spark plug off the bench. Kahit ma injured si Irving meron pa rin pang starter ang laro. Balik si Delly sa pagiging 3rd stringer na point guard. Gusto naman ni Love ng maganda stats and pagiging palaging 9th placer sa team standings sa Regular season bagay siya sa Phoenix Suns." http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=ne9oqzc"

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    Congrats to the Cavs for making it this far! Props to Lebron for carrying the team. Di naman tayo bulag na makita na ginawa niya halos lahat ng makakaya nya. The team should be proud of what they've accomplished. Next season will be a very different scenario barring injuries to the key players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotta lick it View Post
    sobrang greenhorn at ang daming bad calls. it is obvious that LJames does not respect CoachABlatt.
    The thing is though, I think Blatt coached pretty impressively through the playoffs. He swept an up and coming coach in Brad Stevens and coach of the year Budenholzer. He took care of Thibs pretty easy and took 2 wins against Kerr with the remaining roster. He's not perfect (eg. not utilizing Love properly, calling timeouts when there is none) but he could have done much worse and many teams will be happy to take him off of CLE's hands. He probably is the best coach Bron has had.

    This is more of a clash of egos between Blatt and James. Blatt obviously is not the type that wimps out like Spo. At the same time, I think Bron will keep on disrespecting any coach that the front office will put in(except maybe legendary ones like Phil and Pops), even Thibs . Heck, Blatt is already an accomplished coach and he treated him like $#!+. Best option is the front office lets Bron pick which coach he wants so he'll just suck it up when things go bad. Or find a way to get Krzyzewski to coach CLE.

  8. #28
    paano kaya natatagalan ni Blatt si LeChoke? harap-harapan ang pang-iinsulto sa pagiging head coach niya ang ginagawa ni LeChoke eh.

    uwi na lang kaya sa Massachusetts si Blatt tapos tulungan niya ang Celtics?

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Jameaux View Post
    Congrats to the Cavs for making it this far! Props to Lebron for carrying the team. Di naman tayo bulag na makita na ginawa niya halos lahat ng makakaya nya. The team should be proud of what they've accomplished. Next season will be a very different scenario barring injuries to the key players.
    One Man Army talaga. Hirap talaga manalo kung iilan lang yung mga nag cocontribute niya na kakampi niya sa Finals. Malas pa at parehong injured sina Irving and Love.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by __bahay_kubo__ View Post
    paano kaya natatagalan ni Blatt si LeChoke? harap-harapan ang pang-iinsulto sa pagiging head coach niya ang ginagawa ni LeChoke eh.

    uwi na lang kaya sa Massachusetts si Blatt tapos tulungan niya ang Celtics?
    he he ....... rumors are circulating that AssistantCoachABlatt will resign because he is pressured. he will not be fired so that he will have a graceful exit.

    from the looks of things it will happen because CLE cant afford to lose their LeBest player in the world. the other rumors connected to this is LJames and KLove will opt out.





    hindi rin naman sinusunod ni LeBest is AssistantCoach.

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    Dami namang kumakagat sa news about Bron emasculating Blatt.. kitang kita naman na ok yung dalawa.. ilang wired moments yung pinakita na si Blatt ang nagsasalita sa huddle and kapag halftime sa dugout and nakikinig si LeBron.. kung totoo nga yan sobrang tindi naman ni LeBron na nadala na nga niya ulit sa finals itong Cavs hindi lang as a player ha.. as a coach pa.. outcoached pa the likes oh Thibs and Budenholzer.. pero kung meron pala dapat sisantehin sa Cavs dahil sa 7 man rotation eh si coach LeBron James pala..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacroix View Post
    Nakikita lang ng media yan sa game court. Pero di nila nakikita ang deep ng samahan ni Blatt at Lebron sa loob ng kanilang bus, plane, locker room, gym, etc.

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    ito naman si LeChoke. nahiya pa eh gusto naman talaga niyang playing coach ala Pacquiao. ginawa niya kay Spoelstra noon, ginagawa niya ngayon kay Blatt. kay Pat Riley talaga yata may takot si LeChoke eh.

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    LeBron James' legacy fades with each NBA Finals loss
    Two titles in 12 seasons. That’s the current résumé of the greatest player in the world, LeBron James, who single-handedly kept his beat-up Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, only to lose again, falling to 2-4 in NBA Finals and raising questions about his ever ping-ponging legacy.

    No one doubts LeBron is the greatest player of his generation. But, at this point, he’s the only player ever to earn that honor who hasn’t dominated the NBA Finals while in his prime — a prime that’s ending sooner rather than later. Is it his fault for not making his teammates better? Is it his team’s fault for not getting him better teammates? These questions are irrelevant and will stay irrelevant if LeBron ends up with a pedestrian amount of NBA championships. There’s no nuance involved in questions about legacy. It’s about numbers, pure and simple.

    Two titles in 12 seasons. Michael Jordan had five in his first 12 years with the Bulls and six in 13 seasons overall. He waited six years for his first title, while it took eight years for LeBron to get his. But Jordan then went six-for-six in each of his last full seasons with the Bulls, while LeBron is only one-for-three after winning his first (though he’s made the Finals each of those years).

    Making the Finals almost is worse for LeBron than not, as it brings up the question of why he can’t win when he gets so close. It doesn’t matter if it’s a fair query. It’ll be asked.
    Two titles in 12 seasons. Magic had five in his first eight seasons and went to the Finals nine times in the 12 seasons he played before contracting HIV. Larry Bird had three wins in his first seven seasons, but none in his final six (though he has injuries and Len Bias as excuses). Kareem had two titles in his first 12 years too, while Wilt Chamberlain only had one in his first 12, but that’s mostly because Bill Russell and the Celtics sucked up all the oxygen, winning 10 titles those years.

    More often that not, the greats have won more frequently than LeBron.

    So what does this mean for LeBron’s legacy? Well, nothing — yet. He’s still only 30 and has maybe five more prime years. Given how close Cleveland came to a title in 2015 and how they’ll certainly be a free-agent destination with LeBron’s Nike banner hanging back in the city, he’s almost assured of winning more in Cleveland, ending the city’s much-ballyhooed drought. Then again, the expectation for that star-studded Miami team was more than two titles in four years.

    Even though LeBron is just 30, he’s an old 30. All those seasons take a toll, especially for someone so physical. He’s played over 1,000 games in the NBA, including the playoffs, not to mention his three Olympics, world championships and exhibitions for Team USA. Even though LeBron has only played a dozen years, only 18 men have played more playoff games. And given that LeBron plays like a running back, it doesn’t bode well for longevity. He’s not Tim Duncan, in other words. He’s talented enough to adapt his game to the inexorable march of time, a la MJ, but can he? The fadeaway jumper seems unlikely to sustain his career.

    And then there’s the matter of how LeBron won his titles. It was as a mercenary in Miami, after he stabbed Cleveland in the back on live television and created a super-team. The move was unbecoming of a champion and though LeBron has matured since then, that sojourn to South Beach is still remembered negatively.

    LeBron’s narrative is far from over. But no matter how Herculean his effort in these playoffs were, the loss is what will be remembered. And those are building up for LeBron James, the greatest player in the world whose résumé gets thinner by the year.

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    Free-agent point guard Mo Williams would like to return to Cleveland Cavaliers

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cavaliers have an obvious need for a ball-handler capable of creating scoring opportunities for themselves and others. There's a candidate increasingly intrigued with potentially filling that void.

    Soon-to-be unrestricted free agent point guard Mo Williams is "more than interested" in making a return to Cleveland, sources close to the guard informed Northeast Ohio Media Group.

    However, due to their own pending powerhouse free agents, the Cavaliers will be limited in what they can offer. All they will have at their disposal is the taxpayer mid-level exception and the veteran's minimum. Williams is seeking a multiyear deal, and the Cavaliers and Hornets are two of the teams at the top of his wish list, a source revealed.

    The addition of Williams and retaining their core group would be a sizable improvement for a roster that was two wins away from ending a 51-year major pro sports championship drought in the city.

    Come July 1, the two parties are expected to communicate if Williams is open to the team's exceptions.

    The 12-year veteran continues to play at a high level. In 41 games with Minnesota this past season in a reserve role, Williams averaged 12.2 points, and in his 27 appearances for Charlotte, his scoring output shot up to 17.2.

    The 32-year-old put up a 52-point game in January for the Timberwolves before being traded to the Charlotte for backcourt depth and assistance in making a playoff push.

    He played two seasons with the Cavaliers from 2008-10. Along with LeBron James, Williams helped the team compile a league-best 66-16 record in his first year with the franchise. He was voted an Eastern Conference All-Star that same year.

    Williams and James have a great relationship, I'm told. If a deal could be worked out, I'm told the four-time MVP would welcome him with open arms.

    http://www.cleveland.com/cavs/index....d_mo_will.html

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    Ayoko lang kay Mo kapag playoffs nawawala..

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    Quote Originally Posted by parokyano View Post
    Ayoko lang kay Mo kapag playoffs nawawala..
    Meron pa naman Kryrie Irving, and Kevin Love. He's going to be a good 4th or 5th scoring option. Last season he scored 52 points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parokyano View Post
    Ayoko lang kay Mo kapag playoffs nawawala..
    Mr Guarantee to Mr Disappeared. Though backup naman siya if ever unlike before na he's the "robin" of Bron so pressured talaga siya that time. Sayang naman si Delly pag nagkataon tingin ko naman magiimprove laro nun after this finals experience.

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