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Cavaliers Trade


Minutes before the NBA trade deadline, the Cleveland Cavaliers made a huge trade. An 11-player swap involving Cleveland, Chicago and Seattle. Cleveland's general manager Danny Ferry said did it to help his best player Lebron James to get a Championship. Ferry dealt half his active roster to acquire center Ben Wallace and forward Joe Smith from the Bulls, and forward Wally Szczerbiak and guard Delante West from the SuperSonics. He also pulled off a colossal one at the 3 p.m. buzzer. He sent guard Larry Hughes, forwards Drew Gooden and Cedric Simmons, and guard Shannon Brown to Chicago for Wallace, one of the game's top inside enforcers, and Smith, a versatile veteran.

Ferry quoted "I didn't think we were good enough to win the championship," Ferry said, explaining his motives for the move. "I thought we had a very good team. But I do believe if we have a chance to make ourselves better we should try."

Yes, i think this is a great deal for the Cavs especially now that the West team have a formidable team such as the Laker Trade with Pau Gasol and so on.

Cavs all the way to the NBA Finals!


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