Z Should Go for 3

According to everyone, including NBA.com, Z should get his third trip to the all-star game this year. He is having a fantastic year, especially on the boards. On a personal note: I think Z is cool.

I think if he got this it should secure his number in the rafters of the Q. 11 years with the Cavs, 3 trips to the All-Star Game, one trip to the NBA Finals. (Again, I’m a big Z guy, so take this with a grain of salt)

LeBron an All-Star Starter Again

LBJ was voted to start in the All-Star game in the Big Easy. He got the 2nd most votes in the league with 2,108,831 (because the chowda-heads took care of their own giving Garnett 2,399,148). If you’re counting, that is four starts in a row.

Props to “Video Game” James

Oh Boy.

And you thought a hat freaked people out. Let the whinning, pissing and moaning begin.

For the record, I don’t care and I hate that this bothers people so much.

Larry Hughes would not win the batting title

Over at Yahoo! Sports Kelly Dwyer is blogging and has an interesting perspective about Larry Hughes. We have to admit, we were pretty psyched when Hughes signed and looked forward to big things. We even considered purchasing a Hughes jersey. Good thing we didn’t. That would have been more embarrassing than the Charlie Frye jersey hanging in our closet. Talk about hitching our wagon to the wrong horse.

Obviously, the Hughes experiment hasn’t worked out, but we’re getting to the point where its just piling on to mention the monumental failure this has become. We get it, he doesn’t fit with this team.

Is that a camera or a phone clipped to that lady’s bikini bottom? Gotta do what you gotta do, I guess.

Not So Breaking News

We know we’re not your source for Cavs news, but we’re trying to get ISO-9000 certified so we have to document everything. With that in mind, Mike Brown received a contract extension the other day. Brown is in a tough predicament, when the Cavs win, it’s because of Lebron, when they lose, it’s because of him. That’s the way it is for an NBA coach and he’ll be getting paid handsomely for it. Brown has done well as the head coach, we realize his rotations can be head scratching, his offense mind numbing and his hope to recreate some variation of ’2 girls 1 cup’ on the sideline, by hacking luggies into a cup, disgusting (not nearly as disturbing as the original), but he has delivered on his promise to make the Cavs a defense first team. When the Cavs play defense, they win. It’s that simple and it took them far last year.

Like it or lump it, Mike Brown is going to be around for a while. We’re hoping he does wel enough to keep Lebron around for a while too.

LBJ Player of the Week (again)

My homey (and yours) LeBron Raymond James has been named the Eastern Conference’s Player of the Week for the week ending January 06, 2008. This is the second time this year (the other was for the week ending Nov. 25, 2007).

He has now won 12 over all in his short career. Check ‘em all out here