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  1. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    My ideal Cavs targets. Stay at 5 draft Darius Garland... Let him and Sexton figure out how to play on the court at the same time. Next, find a trade partner for J.R. Smith that allows us to receive a pick middle of the draft and select Romeo Langford. Lastly, use pick 26 and future assets to trade up a few spots to select Goga Bitadze.
  2. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

  3. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    Also I hope we find a way to get this guy on our team. Sagaba Konate 6'8" 250 7'0" wing span. Going to be the next Ben Wallace.
  4. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    This is a good site for info on players https://nbadraft.theringer.com/
  5. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    the possibility of this would have me excited to watch Cavs games next year.
  6. 2021 NFL Draft

    I think we officially could find out as soon as tomorrow lets wait and see.
  7. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    pick # 5 DeAndre Hunter former Cavalier becomes newest member of the Cavaliers. Beilein type of player that can consistently knock down a 3 and can torment opposing players on defense. pick # 26 Cameron Johnson Tar Heel with length and shot around 47% from three last season Downside to both of these player... They are older then you'd like, so their development may be complete. With both of them you get less of the unknown, but also less upside.
  8. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    whats it gonna be 1, 2, or 3?
  9. MiniCamp 5/3-5/5

    TRAYONE GRAYRB, CLEVELAND BROWNS Browns signed FB Trayone Gray, CB Jhavonte Dean, and LB Willie Harvey Jr. All three players earned a contract after rookie tryouts this weekend. Gray (6'2/235) was a fullback at Miami who only 24 carries across 10 games as a senior in 2018. Despite the contracts, these rookies are facing uphill battles as they try to crack the 53-man roster. SOURCE: Ohio.com May 5, 2019, 6:26 PM ET
  10. Also Hulu Tv is overall a decent product you get to watch all the local sports teams, It runs much smoother on my phone and laptop then on my actual television though. On the television it frequently is buffering and just outright cuts out forcing you to have to restart programs. This can get to be very frustrating. Also no NFLN.
  11. Before Time Warner switched names my Internet bill was $54.99 for 60mbps. Then the switch and was told I couldn't keep my 60mbps modem and had to use the new 100mbps b.s. modem which in turn raised my Spectrum bill to $59.99 for the first year then jumped to $69.99 after the promotion was over and I called and complained and was told that it would not increase after that. Freaking two months later they started charging me $70.99. I know its only a dollar more but its the principle of being told the price would not change from the $69.99. I was furious. I'm very frugal with my money.
  12. I went with no cable or internet at my house for about 7 years. Borrowed movies from the library, and watched sports at the local bars or at my parents house. Then after I got married my wife now has us paying for spectrum internet $71 a month, Hulu tv $40 a month, and Netflix $10 a month. Boy have times changed and so has my wallet.
  13. Who is YOUR guy for 2020 Draft

    Mike Danna Pass Rush Extraordinaire and OT Alaric Jackson, Iowa
  14. Evaluating the AFC North Drafts

    Baltimore Ravens 1 (25). Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown 3 (85). Louisiana Tech DE Jaylon Ferguson 3 (93). Notre Dame WR Miles Boykin 4 (113). Oklahoma State RB Justice Hill 4 (123). Oklahoma OG Ben Powers 4 (127). USC CB Iman Marshall 5 (160). Texas A&M DT Daylon Mack 6 (197). Penn State QB Trace McSorley Overview: Speed was the theme of the Ravens’ 2019 draft, first trading back to land DeSean Jackson clone Brown while adding fourth- and sixth-round picks before plucking the draft’s most-athletic tester in Boykin near the bottom of day two, and 4.4-flat homerun hitter Hill near the top of day three. Hill has a chance to be an Alvin Kamara-lite complement to new Ravens lead runner Mark Ingram. Mixed in was Ferguson, who coincidentally broke ex-Raven Terrell Suggs’ all-time NCAA sack record and will now be tasked with replacing him. Ferguson might have been a first-rounder if not for an off-field incident that cost him a Combine invite. The Ravens expect Powers to push Alex Lewis for a starting job immediately, and Mack profiles as a one-dimensional if still-useful role player on early downs. Scouts projected Marshall to move to safety before the draft. Coach Jim Harbaugh suggested the Ravens see McSorley as their version of Taysom Hill. This was, technically, Eric DeCosta’s first full-control draft, and I think he nailed it in terms of players selected, needs addressed, and the beneficial day-one trade down. Grade: B+
  15. Evaluating the AFC North Drafts

    Cincinnati Bengals 1 (11). Alabama T/G Jonah Williams 2 (52). Washington TE Drew Sample 3 (72). NC State LB Germaine Pratt 4 (104). NC State QB Ryan Finley 4 (125). Arizona State DT Renell Wren 4 (136). Ohio State G/C Michael Jordan 6 (182). Texas A&M RB Trayveon Williams 6 (210). Auburn LB Deshaun Davis 6 (211). Oklahoma RB Rodney Anderson 7 (223). South Dakota State CB Jordan Brown Overview: The Bengals went by the book with first-rounder Williams in a meeting of value and need, but this draft went downhill from there. Blocking TE Sample managed 46 career catches and averaged 10.6 yards per catch as a four-year starter, never earning higher than honorable mention in the Pac 12. Finley is almost 25 years old and at best projects as a long-term backup. Even as both running back picks are intriguing prospects, they seemed like overkill for a team that already rosters Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard at affordable costs. Taking one of them and signing another back in undrafted free agency would have made more sense. Pratt, Wren, and Jordan were quality third/fourth-round stabs and helped Cincinnati’s grade as potential eventual starters. Still, there were at least a dozen prospects that went after Sample who should’ve gone before him, and the same goes for Finley near the top of round four. I think it’s entirely possible the Bengals got only two first-year contributors from this ten-man haul. Grade: C-
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