Sorry for never responding to those who took the time to email. Mixed among the 867 male enhancement and other spam emails were some genuine suggestions and questions that I checked for the first time today (only 3 years after the start of the site). Now that I know where to go and the password, I’ll be able to check on a regular basis. Good news though, apparently a lot girls want to date me and the king of Zimbabwe can now access his trust fund because of my help!
Well, the off season is officially over and not much has changed with the Cavs roster. Stability has been the buzz word of the organization since Danny Ferry and Dan Gilbert took over, this summer they took it to extreme. So far, they’ve signed Devin Brown and traded for Cedric Simmons. Gone are David Wesley and Scot Pollard, but if most of your time was spent in a suit, were you really here?
Now the big issue. Sasha and Anderson are no where to be seen, two key components from the season and playoff run from last season. It appears the Cavs are playing a hard ball. They have the leverage and the players and their agents know it, so Sasha and Andy are playing their only card, threaten to play in Europe and not sign the qualifing offer. I’m all for players getting what they can, but this isn’t making sense. Both players have entered uncharted waters. We’ll see who blinks first.
Today the Cavs held their media day at their new pratice facility and if you want to see Lebron read some promos for ESPN/ABC, check it out.
Also, Lebron was on Saturday Night Live and it was pretty much a train wreck. Thinking back, he played himself in the first sketch after the monologue, then he played himself, then he played a basketball player, then he played an annoying nerd, then a gay Solid Gold dancer. Nothing to memorable from the show. He did wear a pretty fly velvet suit during the monologue.
The dudes over at NikeLeBron.net have come correct again with the latest on LeBron’s shoe line (honestly, its the only “shoe-centric” blog I subscribe to. Its easily the best LBJ Shoe site out there, hands down). After some sketchy first reviews of the V, this colorway should quiet some people down. The V’s look great.
I know I’m too old and out of it to say it, but I’ll “cop” these first day.
LeBron’s St. Vincent-St. Mary highschool teammate Romeo Travis has made the Cavaliers summer league roster. He went undrafted this year but he showed hustle all four years for the Akron Zips (plus we KNOW he gels with LBJ).
Tonight we’re gonna take no prisoners, This time we’re gonna live our dream. Tonight the orange and blue delivers. Hard working town, hard working team… Whoa, tonight the hardwood’s burnin, And the Cavs will keep on workin. Get behind the orange and blue–with all your mi-ight!
CAVS! Cavs basketball, tonight’s the night. Cavs basketball, tonight’s the night. Whoaa Whoaaa…c’mon Cavs!!!!!”
No quitin’ till the final buzzer, no givin’ in until we win. We’ll get it done with sweat and hustle, Hard to the hole, glass, rim and in! Whoa, tonight the hardwood’s burnin, And the Cavs will keep on workin. Get behind the orange and blue… with all your mi-ight!
CAVS! Cavs basketball, tonight’s the night. Cavs basketball, tonight’s the night. Whoaa Whoaaa…tonight’s the night. Whoaa Whoaaa… Come on Cavs. Whoaa Whoaa …tonight tonight tonight. Whoaa Whoaa… come on come on come on Whoa Tonight’s the night. Whoa Whoaa, COME ON CAVS!
LeBron’s girlfriend gives birth to son Associated Press
CLEVELAND – LeBron James’ girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, gave birth early Thursday to the couple’s second son, Bryce Maximus James.
Keith Estabrook, a spokesman for the Cleveland Cavaliers star and his family, said Bryce weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and was 21 inches long. He was born at 12:51 a.m. at Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital, near his father’s hometown of Akron.
“Savannah and the baby are healthy and doing well,” Estabrook said.
The boy was born as the Cavaliers prepared to host the San Antonio Spurs in Game 4 of the NBA finals Thursday night. The Spurs are one win from a four-game sweep.
The 22-year-old James and his girlfriend had their first child, LeBron James Jr., in October 2004.