The Caveliers are trying to make getting more titles difficult for Lebron
Originally Posted by Ken Berger on Twitter
The Nets are reportedly "making progress" in their attempt to find a third team to facilitate a trade for Dwight Howard -- the Cavaliers have been mentioned as a possible landing spot for a signed-and-traded Kris Humphries.http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nba/1054/kris-humphries
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I can't figure anything that the Cavaliers or Kris Humphries can gain from this. Humphries is an unrestricted free thats not going to be given a max contract with the extra year from signing a contract with his previous team. Not sure if any of that changed with the new CBA though. If the rumor is true I find it comical that the Cavs would go to such lengths.
They can do whatever they want, the lebron we saw last month looks like a guy that can win quite a few rings.
Lebron's success hinges solely on Dwayne Wade's health and consistency. If any team in the playoffs want success against the Heat, they need to adopt the defensive concept the Celtics did by doubling Wade with taller players. Wade isn't as good a passer as Lebron is and is 4" shorter than Lebron, making it more difficult to pass out of the double team. That is why Wade got so frustrated. Im not saying other teams will beat them but it would give them the best shot. Letting Lebron go for 40 plus one on one is their best shot.