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On 4/10/2019 at 11:21 PM, djp14 said:


Yeah I don't think people understand the fact that the only way Cleveland was parting with that draft pick was if Lebron committed to staying with Cleveland.

The only way we could have got back around what kemba is actually worth would have been to trade him before the season or like two years ago. No one was giving up anything significant for a guy they could sign as a FA at the end of the year.

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