Is the Cleveland Cavaliers Trade an Example of Chemistry Gone Awry?

February 23rd, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
If a NBA team has never won a championship it's hard to understand the dedication and commitment it takes to reach that level. Just as important as those attributes is an understanding of team chemistry.

Although there was a lot of hype over the trade which brought Antawn Jamison to the Cleveland Cavaliers, was the deal really necessary?

Judging by the immediate after-math of the trade, this is a legitimate question.

Jamison provides the Cavaliers with another offensive option, and is also able to stretch opposing defenses with his perimeter skills, but the Cavaliers have performed worse sinces he's joined the team.

Sometimes the best trade is the one you refuse to make.

Cleveland was riding a 13 game winning streak going into the All-Star break and held a comfortable lead in the Eastern Conference and the NBA. Now, all of that appears to be in jeopardy.

Cavalier fans have to question the reasoning behind the deal. If it was an attempt to get better, how much better do you really need to be than the No. 1 seed?

Followers of the Cavaliers have spent much of the season trying to persuade any who woul ...

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