I think Cleveland got the better of the trade. Kyrie is a very good PG but he is not elite when he got the chance to be the man and he manged to lead the Cavs to 16 wins that very year John Wall led the Wizards to 34 wins after missing almost a month at the beginning of the season.
Last Edit: Sept 21, 2017 0:21:34 GMT -5 by skins1970
I'm just going to focus on what happens on the field not off it.
I disagree; I think Kylie is the best scoring finisher in the league, and deserved much more credit than he got for the Cavs' championship run. He can also play good defense when he wants to. I think he's a better facilitator than Thomas, too.
One big problem with Isiah is that he thinks himself a max-contract player, but he's not. He's only 5'9" and can really only score--a role he'll have to share with James now, so his impact will be reduced. Crowder's a solid reserve, at most.
I'm a Celtics fan and know these players pretty well.
Last Edit: Sept 5, 2017 20:06:23 GMT -5 by Jurgyfan