NBA Trades: Jamison Debuts for Cavaliers with Worst Game of His Career

February 20th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
Although the Cleveland Cavaliers have the best record in the NBA it would serve them well to avoid the Charlotte Bobcats in the postseason, because after Friday night's win it appears the Bobcats have the Cavaliers' number.

Charlotte's 110-93 win captured the season series from Cleveland, and new Cavalier acquisition, Antawn Jamison, began his career with his new team in less than stellar fashion, shooting 0-12 from the field and finishing with two points.

It is only Jamison's first game, and although it represents the worst in his career, he was able to joke with LeBron James about it afterwards, and offered his solemn word it wouldn't happen again.

Cleveland's troubles with the Bobcats however, are no joking matter, and their domination of the Cavaliers this season exposes matchup problems which doomed the team in last years' Eastern Conference Finals.

The swap involving Zydrunas Iglauskas and Jamison also incurred another issue for the Cavaliers and the Bobcats exposed that problem by out-rebounding the Cavs 47-37, and controlling the game in the paint.

The Cavaliers got smaller with the deal, and the Bobcats were able ...

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