NBA: The Real Trade Grade Analysis

February 26th, 2010 by Greg Riot Leave a reply »
By now, we’ve had time to see the effects of the 2010 NBA Trade Deadline. As always, these things take time to develop, especially with stars on one team becoming role players for another.

Let’s break these down fast and furious!


Cleveland Cavaliers—Jamison, LeBron Struggle To Make Music

As with everything in Cleveland, nothing matters until the NBA Finals, and if Jamison doesn’t help Cleveland to the promised land, then this trade will be a gigantic failure.

In the meantime, Cleveland is just 1-6 ATS in their past seven games and 1-4-2 ATS on the road. Their three-game losing streak since bringing Jamison in was the worst of their entire season.

Jamison is now on the books for over $25 million with the Cavs through 2012, and though he is listed as a power forward, Jamison is still a finesse style player when it comes down to it.  And though he can run with LeBron, he’s still not the banger that they really need. With 13.0 points per game since arriving in Cleveland, he’s not the scorer they thought he’d be, either.

Would you rather have had Jamison on the hook for about ...

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