I hope we can move Jamison now or before the deadline.
P.S. - I'm watching the Atlanta @ Cincinnati game. What a great freaking game. Votto ties it 4-4 in the 8th with a solo homer. First pitch against a pitcher that has batters hitting .170 against him. Then Scottie Rolen tags up on second and hustles to third on really shallow sack fly and goes in on a half-way Pete Rose suicide-slide into third.
Sources say Cleveland, in general, is telling teams that it's willing to take on long-term salary in a trade -- something you don't hear often these days, with so much fear about the next labor agreement and how restrictive it could be -- but only if a quality prospect or draft pick is attached. The Cavs aren't interested in cap-clearing deals. They obviously need talent ... as their current 1-15 nosedive would suggest.
The Cavaliers sent Christian Eyenga to the D-League to work on his defense and Byron Scott has received positive reports.
Cleveland wants to leave Eyenga with the Erie Bayhawks for a few more games before they consider recalling him.
"Every day he looks more like an NBA player," Scott said.
"He's starting to understand what he needs to do on the defensive end every night. We preached every single day defense to him, because we know his athleticism will take over sooner or later. He knows how to shoot it and put the ball in the basket, but at the other end of the floor, he has to be aggressive and has to be a guy that can guard multiple positions. He's heading in that direction."