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  • BC Returns the favour to Michael Jordan?

    Karma is a bitch ain't it?


    Cavaliers, Bobcats discuss dealsource
    “The saving of our world from pending doom will come, not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority, but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority.” - Martin Luther King

  • #2
    Balls of Steel wrote: View Post
    Karma is a bitch ain't it?
    Watching Chandler play in finals and another season of Calderon's 'clap defense' was like getting punched in the face and the gut at the same time. MJ deserves this and much more!
    "I may be wrong ... but I doubt it"

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    • #3
      You know when we drafted this kid that was the first thought in my head that we got him mainly to screw of jordan

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      • #4
        So the Cavs didn't draft Thompson for themselves, but now they're stuck with him. Is that correct?

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        • #5
          Interesting article. I thought Tristan would be drafted 8th or 9th and was shocked when he was drafted 4th. This explains why.
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          • #6
            I remember reading rumours to this prior to the draft and when Thompson was called out I told my wife it was for him to get traded.

            Karma monkey. Still on Jordan's back since this only makes up for part of it.

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            • #7
              i'd like to believe Jonas was a last second pick JUST to screw with MJ.

              i'd also like to believe that BC was giggling in a corner, muttering "F$%$ YOU MJ!! Tyson Chandler, Mother F#$%#$!!"

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              • #8
                Marz wrote: View Post
                So the Cavs didn't draft Thompson for themselves, but now they're stuck with him. Is that correct?
                That's how it appears... but I wouldn't be too disappointed if I were a Cavs fan. Irving and Thompson are probably two of the safest picks you could make.

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                • #9
                  I hadn't heard this before. Interesting. But Valanciunas was the best pick, regardless, and a gift Colangelo couldn't pass up. For the second year in a row. Cleveland couldn't have thought that he would have lasted two more picks. Not when he was so highly sought after.
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                  • #10
                    Tim W. wrote: View Post
                    I hadn't heard this before. Interesting. But Valanciunas was the best pick, regardless, and a gift Colangelo couldn't pass up. For the second year in a row. Cleveland couldn't have thought that he would have lasted two more picks. Not when he was so highly sought after.
                    I dunno, if the Raptors were thought to be going after Brandon Knight, then Washington would be the only obstacle. And if Val was available, would they take him or Vesely?

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                    • #11
                      grindhouse wrote: View Post
                      You know when we drafted this kid that was the first thought in my head that we got him mainly to screw of jordan
                      and vetoing the chandler deal was mj's way of getting back at us.
                      ?damn you toronto I could have been 73-9!?
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                      • #12
                        Marz wrote: View Post
                        I dunno, if the Raptors were thought to be going after Brandon Knight, then Washington would be the only obstacle. And if Val was available, would they take him or Vesely?
                        You might be right, but Valanciunas was believed to be the 3rd or 4th best player in the draft and most thought Cleveland would take him at 4 if Utah didn't take him at 3. That's a HUGE gamble to take that he'll last until 7. Especially when both Toronto and Washington could most definitely use him.
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                        • #13
                          If true how effing greedy are the Cavs. They have the 1st and 4th and still angling for more with a pretty reaching stunt like that. Now they have a bunch of pgs and pfs.

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                          • #14
                            Bendit wrote: View Post
                            If true how effing greedy are the Cavs. They have the 1st and 4th and still angling for more with a pretty reaching stunt like that. Now they have a bunch of pgs and pfs.
                            Truly greedy. Not only did they fuck themselves but Charlotte as well. Biyombo will be a bust in a team that cannot score. Hmm, they have Diaw (who just exercised his option), Tyrus Thomas and Biyombo. They're fucked. And yea, Kemba, he'll be fine, but he's got a clone with him in DJ Augustine. Who's going to take the rock? Oh, let's not forget that they traded their heart and soul in Gerald Wallace. Take that MJ.
                            “The saving of our world from pending doom will come, not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority, but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority.” - Martin Luther King

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                            • #15
                              Balls of Steel wrote: View Post
                              Truly greedy. Not only did they fuck themselves but Charlotte as well. Biyombo will be a bust in a team that cannot score. Hmm, they have Diaw (who just exercised his option), Tyrus Thomas and Biyombo. They're fucked. And yea, Kemba, he'll be fine, but he's got a clone with him in DJ Augustine. Who's going to take the rock? Oh, let's not forget that they traded their heart and soul in Gerald Wallace. Take that MJ.
                              I don't think Charlotte should be worried about how much they will score next season. They're in the same boat as Toronto, worrying about 3-5 years from now, not next season. And they do have Corey Maggette, now, who probably score better than Jackson and Wallace. He can't do anything else, but he can score.

                              I also don't understand blaming Cleveland for being greedy. Isn't that pretty much what you WANT your team to be? Or should they worry about not taking too much away from the other teams? If Toronto had the chance to get the top two picks, would you recommend them not doing that because it would be greedy?
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