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Do the Cavs Know What They are Doing ?

My biggest question to the Cavs is why would they draft a point guard when they already have a great PG in Baron Davis.

Kyrie is very skilled                             , but if they wanna draft him they may wanna trade Baron for another top pick if they could. I mean wouldn’t you want to get rid of him while you still can get a good player for him.

This is the reason the Cavs lost their beloved Lebron James.

Then after they lost Lebron they traded their next best player Mo Williams

 away for Davis. Leaving Mo wondering, “What the heck are they doing?”

No one really knows what the Cavs are doing, but we will have to see on draft night.


4 responses

  1. Mo Williams wasn’t thinking what are they thinking. He was thinking yes, I can go play with young superstar talent Blake Griffin. He was thinking yes, I have a way out now. You need a starter and a back-up point guard. You don’t have one point guard on a basketball team. If you were going to trade anybody they would trade Sessions and keep the veteran experience of Davis to mentor Kyrie Irving as he develops.

    June 23, 2011 at 9:21 pm

  2. I think it’s a bit of a stretch to call Baron Davis a great point guard. You’re right on on your other points though. Baron Davis is a vet and won’t play for 5+ more years. With Kyrie Irving, now the Cavs have a point guard to build around.

    June 24, 2011 at 9:20 pm

  3. irving will never be a davis kind of player

    June 26, 2011 at 1:09 am

  4. Kyrie Irving will quickly replace Baron Davis as the starter – assuming there is a NBA season – unless he jumps right in as the starting PG which I believe will happen. Davis will help Irving out throughout his time in Cleveland, but he is already past his prime.

    The Cavs had a good draft and hopefully it shows in the win/loss column next season.

    Anyways, cool blog, and thanks for checking ours out at . Also thanks for following us on Twitter @BallB4All . Keep in touch and throw us a subscription. Thanks

    June 30, 2011 at 8:18 pm

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