The Reason Behind Cavs’ Guard NEEDS!

Hey, were here again. So you’ve probably heard that the Cavs were in desperate need for guard for some odd reason. Well J.R. Smith broke his hand was the report, they were talking months. I didn’t think they needed someone so bad. J.R. and his wife came out with this video and it seems we won’t see J.R. for a while. Prayers for the family.

Liggins the 2011 draftee has been playing some great defense. On

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Mike Dunleavy

the offense side he hasn’t shown to really be an option. But he has been hindering some top guards in the league, I’m impressed. Then I noticed Dunleavy in 23 games with two starts; is averaging 16 minutes a game, 4.6 points, and 2 rebounds. That’s not much, with what the other players can offer. (Source)

 

Alas, the Cavs make a trade for Kyle Korver from the Hawks for Dunleavy. Korver is a better all-around shooter, not as good on the defense though to me. This is a guy you can’t leave open. With the ability to get the ball to shooters the way Lebron and Kyrie can I smell blood in the water.

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Then Marc J. Spears reports that Dunleavy wasn’t reporting to the Hawks yet and everyone is shocked. I wasn’t shocked at all, Dunleavy has his own money and he’s only making around 2 million this season. He wanted to stay with a contender, the Cavs seem like a pretty good contender. Wink. Wink. Dunleavy and the Hawks had many talks and finally Dunleavy decided to report. So glad because that doesn’t break up the deal and now the Cavs have a huge pickup.

 

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About Rodzrd

Just a guy that loves basketball, used to play as a sponsored three on three team, here I express my feelings about news or debates I had about basketball!! Here and there I'll hit some other sports too!! Also I'm an Uber fan of everything Anime, Pop-Culture, and Japanese-Culture.
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