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Mo Williams is Cavaliers person

by The Cavalier on August 13, 2008 · 5 comments

How in the world are the Danny Ferry haters going to bash him on this one?

He gets rid of Damon Jones and Joe Smith for Mo Williams, a young scoring PG who is, quite frankly, perfect to put next to LeBron James.

(We don’t mourn the loss of Smith – he’s a nice solid vet, but replaceable.)

Just a few weeks ago, we were all slightly angsty about why the Cavs couldn’t get in on one of these sweet garbage-for-good deals with a team looking to dump some salary.

And now they’ve done it. Finally, finally, finally, finally, finally. The article even says they’re still gonna try and retain Delonte West, as well.

Y’know, maybe our life isn’t so perfect after all – now it’s MORE than perfect.

We’re gonna go throw a bunch of movies on the list(s) now.

{ 5 comments }

1 roger August 13, 2008 at 9:17 pm

Super, great trade, I love it. Almost as good as Weird Al’s UHF.

2 buu August 13, 2008 at 9:42 pm

glad to see that they made a move and didnt have to give up much for it. i liked smith but ill live.
however apparently mo wasnt well liked in meelewa-kay so ill be interested to see how mike brown and lebrizzle will handle him. ill also be interested to see where delonte “redz” west goes from here, what with moscow offering him a trillion dollars to play and all.
the dawn of the kinsey/williams era is upon us.
speaking of meelewa-kay, where’s wayne’s world on your list?

3 Cobra August 13, 2008 at 9:56 pm

At the time did you think Larry Hughes was a better fit for the Cavs than Williams is now?

4 The Cavalier August 14, 2008 at 6:05 am

Yeah probably but that was in the early days of Coach Mike, where we didn’t yet understand that his non-offensive was so real and that it would never change.

I still think Hughes would’ve been a good fit if Coach Mike knew how to utilize people in an offensive scheme. I don’t blame Damon Jones or Donyell Marshall for their lack of quality play in CLE either.

5 Cobra August 14, 2008 at 7:39 am

I think this is the best half of basketball the U.S. has played since the Dream Team.

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