12 Jan 2018 13:26:17

SAC get: Channing Frye (exp), Marco Bellinelli (exp), Ersan Illaysova (exp), Derrick Rose (exp), and Jose Calderon (exp)

pg. Fox/ Rose
sg. Heild/ Bellinelli
sf. Jackson/ Bogdonovich
pf. Frye/ Illaysova
c. WCS/ Papagiannis

CLE get: George Hill, Kent Bazemore, and Zach Randolph

pg. Thomas/ Hill
sg. Smith/ Wade
sf. James/ Bazemore
pf. Randolph/ Crowder
c. Love/ Zizic

ATL get: Tristan Thompson, Iman Shumpert, Cedi Osman, and 2018 CLE 1st DP

pg. Schroeder/ Delaney
sg. Shumpert/ Dorsey
sf. Prince/ Osman
pf. Collins/ Muscala
c. Thompson/ Dedmon

1.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 14:02:44
So Cleveland gets rid of 6 players they don't want and don't need, and gets back 3 good players in return. I like it. Yay, Cavs.

2.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 15:10:01
You should go look up Hill, Bazemore, and Zbo Supercollider. Hill and Bazemore get paid a combined 27 million a year to produce like 24 ppg. They’re both incredibly overpaid. And Zbo is about 47 years old. It’s not like they’re getting AD out of this.

3.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 15:33:31
Atlanta could get a better package.

4.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 17:17:22
Supercollider, if someone posted the Brooklyn pick for the Warrior's 2nd and you would talk about how the Brooklyn pick is only at 8 right now. We get it. You think anyone on the Cavs is terrible.

5.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 18:07:29
Rkenne, Cavs players aren't terrible. But the ones people on here want to get rid of are terrible. That's just the price Cleveland is now paying for letting James make trades. JR Smith is cooked, Love is losing his game having to play center, Thomas admits he has no legs, Crowder looks like an Evan Turner-like one-hit Boston wonder, Shumpert can't even get on the court, and Rose is in the witness protection program somewhere. They might be conserving energy for the playoffs, but they also might be starting an inevitable downslide that LeBron (and IT) would be only too willing to walk away from come July 1.

6.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 20:08:26
I'm not sure Jr is completely done, but he'd be difficult to move. IT isn't 100 percent yet, but he's moving well and his shot will be back sooner than later. Shumpert has been out after a minor knee surgery (I believe a miniscus tear or cleaning up some loose tissue) . I think he'll be in the rotation once he's back. Rose is suppose to be back soon, but he seems like a bad fit for this roster. I think he could help a team that needs scoring and gives players less freedom to isolate. I don't think he has much value, but given his deal, he has a little value as a smaller expiring contract and Frye has value as an expiring as well. Zizic has some minor value and I think Osman is worth a mid to late first. IMO, atleast until Shumpert gets back, the Cavs should be giving him 10 or 15 minutes a game and maybe more depending on how he's playing. He's one of the few guys on the roster that really has played with much energy or hustle consistently. I think more than conserving themselves for the playoffs, the majority of this team is just uninterested in the regular season. I don't think they see the need to really get up for regular season games. The Cavs did it last year as well, though it looks worse this year I'm sure with all of the players who have been in and out of the line up the lack of continuity doesn't help. It's frustrating and at times is down right disgusting to watch, but it's hard to think a team with as much talent as the Cavs would be beat by 30 in back to back game while scoring under a 100 if cared about them.

7.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 20:29:22
he said d-rose is in witness protection hahaha.