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Henry Tuttle

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Just want to complain that the obvious “N” that should have been employed is that of Bone Thugs N Harmony
 

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how would a Westbrook trade even work? We'd have to trade one of Drummond/Love to match contract which defeats the purpose of bringing in Westbrook..
 

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well, Nance + Garland + Cedi + exum for Westbrook + House works but why should we take on that ugly contract just to be 6th seed for a couple years
 

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Well said JBB. Like it or not, most of these kids, while supremely talented, are very young, and often times very immature, when they enter the NBA. Many of them have had some rough upbringings and then are raised up through the AAU circuits, where the most talented kids are catered to and told how great they are. The Cavaliers are trying to raise them to be productive professionals, but also solid, responsible members of society. That’s why having some stable veteran influences is so critical.
 

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Not trying to stir things up but this is about as hollow as it gets. What would he say if a player came out with anti-BLM sentiment, would they extend such understanding?

They traded Dekker almost immediately if that's what you mean.
 

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Well said JBB. Like it or not, most of these kids, while supremely talented, are very young, and often times very immature, when they enter the NBA. Many of them have had some rough upbringings and then are raised up through the AAU circuits, where the most talented kids are catered to and told how great they are. The Cavaliers are trying to raise them to be productive professionals, but also solid, responsible members of society. That’s why having some stable veteran influences is so critical.


Fedor said last week that KPJ was going great before and during last season. He suspects it was the long period of time with no basketball that caused him to get into trouble. The organization had him on a strict schedule. While,I'm not disagreeing or agreeing with Fedor, I wouldn't be shocked by it.

With that said KPJ needs to understand that the team can do everything for him.
 
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