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kobedaman24 07-20-2006 04:22 PM

Lost Murray and now Jones on Block
 
The Cavs lost Murray to the Pistons this week and are now looking for a good PG. Marcus Banks would have been a good choice, but he signed with the Suns yesterday. To top all that off Damon Jones has now been put on the trading block and the Cavs are waiting for acceptable offers. What's going to happen next for this team?

kkinchen 07-20-2006 08:12 PM

Apparently they are looking at Jay Williams and David Wesley. They might get both of those guys. If they do, they have their point guard problem solved.

After that, I say they should trade Drew Gooden, Eric Snow, and Damon Jones for Al Harrington. That would be a good team.

Jay Williams/David Wesley/Daniel Gibson
Larry Hughes/Sasha Pavlovic/Shannon Brown
Lebron James/Ira Newble/Luke Jackson
Al Harrington/Donyell Marshall/Al Henderson
Zydrunas Ilgauskas/Anderson Varejao/Martynus Andriuskevicius

That is an elite team in the east. Make it happen Cavs owners.

ZHAKIDD532 07-20-2006 10:04 PM

I liked Flip with the Cavs, they shuda tried harder to keep him, if they get Jay Williams, their PG situation will be way better then last year though...

InLebronWeTrust 07-20-2006 10:25 PM

he still has to prove though that he can be a good PG after his motorcycle accident.. but anyway.. Al Harrington would be a sweet addition, and he could play some PF even though he likes the 3 spot the best but we have a guy named LeBron who plays that position pretty well.

Get rid of Snow. That's all i have to say. Overpaid piece of nuttsack

Legend 07-21-2006 11:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kkinchen

Jay Williams/David Wesley/Daniel Gibson
Larry Hughes/Sasha Pavlovic/Shannon Brown
Lebron James/Ira Newble/Luke Jackson
Al Harrington/Donyell Marshall/Al Henderson
Zydrunas Ilgauskas/Anderson Varejao/Martynus Andriuskevicius


I like this team and im excited if it could happen.

bruzzes 07-22-2006 08:50 AM

Any links to the above comments?

I can't find anything about DJ being on the block or Jay Williams.

Just speculation?


What IS going to happen to this team?

It seems that most of the free agents that could help are gone.

LeBron asked for Z and got him.
Now he is asking for Gooden.

What Bron wants...he gets.

Two improvements occurred last year. Jones finally started to penetrate and occasionally put up a jumper within the 3 Pt line, and Marshall also learned to go to the basket instead of standing on the perimeter.

If nothing else occurs, at least these two players have learned to improve their game. With another year with the team they should be able to show more of their talents.

Still need a backup center and experienced point guard, preferably one that can hit an occasional shot.

It seems that a sign and trade or just a plain trade is the only movement that will occur this year.

I DO think that Ferry will not stand pat and some big deal will occur before the start of the season.

kobedaman24 07-22-2006 03:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kkinchen
Apparently they are looking at Jay Williams and David Wesley. They might get both of those guys. If they do, they have their point guard problem solved.

After that, I say they should trade Drew Gooden, Eric Snow, and Damon Jones for Al Harrington. That would be a good team.

Jay Williams/David Wesley/Daniel Gibson
Larry Hughes/Sasha Pavlovic/Shannon Brown
Lebron James/Ira Newble/Luke Jackson
Al Harrington/Donyell Marshall/Al Henderson
Zydrunas Ilgauskas/Anderson Varejao/Martynus Andriuskevicius

That is an elite team in the east. Make it happen Cavs owners.


Shannon Brown would be 3rd string?


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