Cavaliers

Our “Happy Learned How to Putt” Moment

Below, you’ll find a synopsis of a post over at Celtics Blog.  It’s very well-written, and I felt it deserved a little more attention than the WWW post.  It also helps that it’s about how good the Cavaliers are.  Do Enjoy.

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“What has made the Cavs beatable in the past is that they couldn’t seem to find the right mix of players with which to surround LeBron James and his special set of talents.  Keying on LeBron – as the Celtics did in last year’s playoffs – made this squad stoppable by good team defense as the supporting cast couldn’t seem to do enough to carry the load when tested.

Not the case right now.  For the first time, it seems that Danny Ferry has surrounded LeBron with a cast full of players who fit beautifully into their roles around the young star. […]

Mike Brown has his defense running smoothly as usual in Cleveland.  But it’s that top-ranked offense that adds a new danger factor to this Cavs team. 

Well, that and the fact that the Cavs are only expected to get better come February when they move a couple of expiring contracts for a veteran contributor.”

The Scary Part of What the Cavs Are Doing [Celtics Blog]

  • Tom

    How do you “Put”

  • How do you “Put”…

    …another T on the end?

  • “Well, that and the fact that the Cavs are only expected to get better come February when they move a couple of expiring contracts for a veteran contributor.”

    I know I said in one of the earlier podcasts that I was sure Ferry would try to trade Wally this year, but now I’m not so sure. The chemistry is just SO good on this team right now that I can’t see Ferry wanting to move Szczerbiak…..

    …..unless, you know, Wally gives Ferry a wink letting him know he’ll force a buyout wherever he goes to come back to Cleveland. 🙂