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So now the big free agents already have a team, they been tanking and selling hope to their fans for years and now some of those teams end up with nothing, out of all those teams who do you think is the big loser or the big losers and why?
Though the Nets spent $7mil a year on Outlaw, they still have young talent w/ their 2 1st round picks to go with Harris, Lopez, Twill and Courtney Lee and a new owner with new arena coming after the worst season
The Cavs have overpaid role players and aren't attractive to other players at all now in any way really. Went from contender to whatever you call what they have left on the roster without Lebron
Last edited by pwee31; 07-08-2010 at 11:34 PM.
Reason: ha of course you guys came to your senses right b4 my post
Out of the teams that sold their soul for cap space, it remains to be seen how they use that space. If NY sits and waits for Melo and Parker next year, they're great. However, if they feel like they have to spend now and wildly overpay for crap, that's another story.
I will say Cleveland doesn't automatically go back to the horrible team they were before. They have an owner now who desperately wants to win, and is willing to spend the money. It'll be tough, but soon enough they'll be at least decent. They're not going to become the Clippers.
Losers: The city of Cleveland, professional basketball in Cleveland, Antawn Jamison, Mo Williams, JJ Hickson, Doris Burke, Atlanta Hawks, LeBron's legacy, New York Knicks, Byron Scott, LeBron's popularity, LeBron's significant other, New Jersey Nets, Dan Gilbert, Small market teams, Brian Windhorst
Winners: Wade's legacy, Chris Bosh, David Stern, Twitter, Kobe Bryant, LeBron's mother, the other teams in the Central Division, Jarvis Varnado, Dexter Pittman, Da'Sean Butler, Chris Broussard, Stephen A. Smith, Jim Gray, Boys & Girls Club, STDs in Miami-Dade county, Kevin Durant, Pat Riley, Bandwagon fans everywhere, Tom Izzo, Comic Sans, Tiger Woods, Dan LeBatard