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We’ve Broken Their Spirit

RedsArmyAdmin May 9, 2008 Uncategorized 3 Comments

We've had some fun with the other bloggers out there covering the Cavs.  We'll continue to do that… but I wanted to share what the WFNY crew is feeling… and it ain't good.

The saying goes “Fool me once, shame on you….fool me twice, shame on me.” Well, the Wizards blowout was the first one. This is the second one. And I’m done being fooled. The Cavaliers are a mediocre basketball team with one transcendent superstar. All year long I’ve said how unfair it is of this organization to lean so heavily on LeBron, and now we were are finally seeing the side effects of it

From Cavalier Attitude:

One thing that provoked profanity-laced tirade after profanity-laced tirade from me was watching Anderson freaking Varejao put the ball on the floor and attack the basket as if he was Kevin Garnett himself. Let’s get this much straight: Varejao has completely wore out his welcome in Cleveland after the garbage play he has put up since the trading deadline.

It was one thing to demand a six-year, $60 million deal in the offseason like a complete buffoon – it’s quite another to follow up those theatrics by playing like a piece of crap

They don't seem pleased.

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  • http://mvn.com/nba-cavaliers Amar Panchmatia

    You haven’t broken my spirit…a series never really starts until the home team loses. So far, all you’ve done is hold serve.
    If anything, LeBron has broken our spirits.

  • http://www.waitingfornextyear.com Scott Sargent

    Since the Y is so close to the B.
    And many of us are still holding out hope, but I’m at least hoping for a game five at this point…

  • G4L

    But yet I those fools still have the Cavs Beating the C’s in 6.