Cleveland Cavaliers Players Could Be on the Slicing Block

September 1st, 2010 by Frankie Anetzberger Leave a reply »
It seems imminent that if the Cavaliers don't have a spectacular start to their season, select players will be looking for new teams.

Cleveland hasn't done a great job trying to replace LeBron, and in fact are starting to stack up like the 2008 Toronto Raptors with Anthony Parker, Jamario Moon, and Joey Graham.

Dan Gilbert always has high expectations for his team and now without some of his key players, the team looks to struggle in the upcoming season.

So how well do the the Cavaliers need to do to not dismantle their entire team?

Well, according to Cavaliers beat writer Brian Windhorst of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the team needs to be above .500 by February or players will be shipped out.

Now, as a Jamario Moon fan and blogger, this would mean a fourth different NBA team in four years. It would also be his 21st team overall in his globetrotting career.

Nothing new for Moon to move teams, but he hasn't been able to hold a team for more than a year and a half. And of the players mentioned in Windhorst's tweet, Moon would likely be one of the first to be placed on the trading block.

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