Dwyane Wade to Cleveland

Page 2 of ESPN seems to think as soon as he clears waivers, that Wade will reunite with Lebron in Cleveland. As a Cavs fan, I like it. Definitely short term, but... 24 comments | 436 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budman View Post
    A lot of speculation that Cleveland will also have a chance to add Boogie Cousins by the All Star break. Would that put Cleveland in the Warriors realm?
    From where? They have nothing to offer for Cousisns without giving up Thomas.
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    With respect to the move, I like it. The wildcard is Wade's health. If he can stay on his feet then I think it works out well for the Cavs.

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    One of the most unlikable players in the league reuniting with the most unlikable guy in the league. This doesn't make Cleveland any better than they were 2 days ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    With respect to the move, I like it. The wildcard is Wade's health. If he can stay on his feet then I think it works out well for the Cavs.
    The reason why I like this is that they don't have to ride Wade from game 1 to the playoffs. Same way with Thomas (who obviously isn't even going to be ready for game 1). But the fact that Thomas may not be available until January I think actually works in their favor. As he starts to come back, they can start resting Wade more and more. That way when the playoffs roll around, hopefully both of them will have their legs under them. At least that's what I'm hoping.

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    Tristan Thompson and the pick they got in the Kyrie Irving trade. The draft pick will probably be a lottery pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budman View Post
    Tristan Thompson and the pick they got in the Kyrie Irving trade. The draft pick will probably be a lottery pick.
    I don't think that's enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    With respect to the move, I like it. The wildcard is Wade's health. If he can stay on his feet then I think it works out well for the Cavs.
    This sums up Cleveland's off-season.

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    The entire season hinges on the health of Isiah Thomas.

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    I am not sold that Thomas brings much to the Cavs. I don't see how a 5'9" ball dominate SG meshes with their setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    I am not sold that Thomas brings much to the Cavs. I don't see how a 5'9" ball dominate SG meshes with their setup.
    He'd pair pretty nicely with AD and Rondo in New Orleans I think...

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