Posted by Decker on 26th May 2010
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Posted by Decker on 19th May 2010
Rebuilding is essential in sports. Every team does it at one point, and the Indians seem to be doing it right now. But are they really? It seems as if the Indians are a staple for grooming players that go on to have equal or better success elsewhere. Players like Manny Ramirez, Jim Thome, Cliff Lee, and C.C. Sabathia all excel for the Indians. But for most of them, they look for winning success elsewhere. Along with the players listed above, there are laundry lists of stars that have played for the Indians in the past ten years or so.
But now the Indians find themselves in the basement of the MLB. No, they are clearly not the worst team, and should not be considered so. But, they are not exactly in favorable position. The Indians have little to look forward to for the future. And when the exciting future gets here, they will be on their way out before the fans of Cleveland realize it. No wonder why LeBron James wore a Yankees hat to a playoff game in Cleveland.
by David at the Sports Fan Blog Network
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Posted by homerunheyer on 17th May 2010
Lebron James and The Cleveland Cavaliers were suprisingly eliminated from the NBA playoffs in the Conference Semi-Finals against the Boston Celtics in six games Thursday May 13. Many NBA experts believed the Cavaliers were going to make it to the Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. They were right about the Lakers so far, they made it to the Conference Finals, but the Cavaliers could not rise to the challenge and were eliminated one round earlier than last season.
Now that the Cavaliers season is over, everyone is wondering where “The King”, Lebron James is going to go. This is the first time James has been a free agent in his career. The question is, will James stay with his current team where he would probably make the most money or will he go somewhere else where he has a better chance to win a championship?
Many NBA experts believe that if James decides to move to another team that it will either be The New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, Miami Heat, or the Chicago Bulls.
Reasons to leave for any of the four teams mentioned, Knicks: James would be more in the spotlight than he already is. Once someone goes to play for New York their popularity goes through the roof. James has the chance to be larger than life in New York, but they do not have a championship caliber team even with James. If the Knicks sign James they will not have that much salaray cap space left to sign any other big name players. The Knicks can wheel and deal though to build a team around James if they land him.
Nets: If the Nets land John Wall in the draft lottery along with the Nets new owner Mikhail Prokhorov’s large wealth, the Nets can build a championship team in no time. The Nets have plenty of room for James along with other big name players. On top of those factors the Nets are very close to New York and will garner a lot of popularity for James. There has also been rumors for years that the Nets will be moving to Brooklyn by 2012. The Nets may be a better choice than the Knicks because of all these reasons.
Heat: The notion of DeWayne Wade and James on the same team would be spectacular. There are also rumors that the Heat will land Chris Bosh. With Bosh, James, and Wade the Heat would be unstoppable. Pat Riley will do all that is possible for this dream to happen. Another plus on James going to Miami is the location. James would not get the stardom of being in the New York area but he would get year long warm weather and the beach. Living in Miami is like being on vacation all the time.
Bulls: The Bulls are believed to have the best chance at landing James if he decides to leave. James has a chance to follow in Miachel Jordon’s footsteps by going to Chicago. There have been rumors that Phil Jackson might go back to Chicago if James lands there. The Bulls gives James the best oppurtunity to win a championship because they already have two great players on their team with Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, unlike the three other teams that would have to rebuild around James. James could bring the Bulls back to their dynasty status of the 1990’s.
Whether James will stay or go, he will be the biggest story throughout the next three to four months in all of sports. (ESPN.com)
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Posted by GameSetMatch on 7th May 2010
1980 Rookie of the Year
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Posted by GameSetMatch on 6th May 2010
Cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones reportedly is close to a deal to play for the Cincinnati Bengals this season. The team’s defensive coordinator said he doesn’t believe Jones will be a distraction for the defending AFC North champions.
A league source told the NFL Network that one of Jones’ representatives, Ray Savage, had several conversations with the Bengals during the cornerback’s visit with Cincinnati on Tuesday, and the sides have the nucleus of a multiyear deal in place.
Savage and the Bengals expect to put the details to paper this week, according to the NFL Network, and Jones should join the team’s offseason program Monday.
A contract hasn’t been signed as of Thursday, however. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that Jones and the Bengals are still negotiating performance incentives and conduct clauses in the contract.
Click here to read the full article – By of ESPN.com
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