Hear me out: I believe LeBron is going to the Lakers. Done deal. Think it’s been a done deal for awhile. But …Cleveland’s haul for one of the best point guards in the NBA, Kyrie Irving, was very impressive. If you’ve been following this site closely, you know I like the Isaiah Thomas angle. You rent him for a year. Like what you see? Work out a deal. Don’t? Bye. Jae Crowder is the most underrated aspect of the trade. He’s one of the top wing defenders in the NBA. And he shot 39 percent on 3-pointers.
Two things jump out to me about the Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather fight: Every media member on the planet is picking Mayweather to steamroll McGregor; Las Vegas sports books are going to suffer their worst loss ever if McGregor pulls the upset. First, on the media: How many media members have said McGregor won’t hit him? Won’t land a punch! A 29-year old in the prime of his career isn’t going to connect with a punch against a 40-year old who hasn’t fought in nearly two years?
Kyrie Irving for Isaiah Thomas, a trade we mentioned on this site last month, is a trade that could happen here shortly, according to the two top NBA news breakers. The names in the trade haven’t fully been released, but the deal centers around the two all-star point guards, and obviously the Celtics would have to toss in other contracts. Shams of the Vertical came in at 5:59 EST Tuesday:Followed by Woj at 6:16This is really the only trade that makes sense for the Cavs.
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