So, the Kyrie trade finally went down, I’m so glad. I knew they would not start camp with that nonsense going on thru the season. He had to be moved and like I predicted it only made sense for him to go to Boston for an even trade for IT4, players and picks. Mission accomplished Cavs, you even got Kyrie to leave money on the table. A+
Now, they only problem is you have an injured point guard with no timetable when he will play. He’s a Superstar and all-star now, so not having him is a big blow. I love the roster overall though, there’s plenty of potential on this roster. Derrick Rose will start, I loved Derrick Rose five years ago, what can he be now? Last season we saw a Rose that didn’t look like he wanted to play. Who can blame you though if you play for the Knicks? I don’t even want to talk about the long list of injuries. The way Lebron leads a team there will be no foolishness, like what Rose had in New York.
I like Kay Felder the young guy can play. We didn’t see a ton of him in the regular season, but what I did see I loved. Jose Calderon is a serviceable guard, but he lacks that killer instinct and firepower. He’s great to run the pick and roll with and setup other players. He has good size as a guard too, which is better suited against Golden State. Does he have enough talent to run with Lebron though, that’s the question? Lebron loves his guards and you must be good to make him better.
The big boys for this team oh they’re loaded. Tristan won’t have to take the entire load and play minutes like he did last year. They leaned on him I big time after Bogut went down. I still think you need insurance at point guard in case somebody goes down. Guess what folks, I’m thinking of a D. Wade reunion in Cleveland. Chicago is rebuilding and don’t have a future in sight. Kyrie left just enough money on the table for the Cavs to go get Wade at the trade deadline. Am I dreaming? I still want Melo there, but Melo can’t stop chasing Money vs. Rings. If this roster can stay intact they have a great possibility of keeping Lebron. I’m looking forward to another great NBA season.