Thursday, February 25, 2010

Wojciechowski has a Brilliant Idea, Kisses New York's Ass

Gene Wojciechowski must be moronic.  Or are his editors?  Or does ESPN just need to raise the ire of Cleveland fans today to get some buzz?  The Olympics stealing too much attention away for a couple weeks?  Or does ESPN just like to try to make Cleveland fans feel scared, lousy, angry, homicidal? 

I'm not sure, but in an article Wojciechowski wrote featured right now on the home page of, he lays out the amazingly obvious premise that has been talked about by hopeless Knicks' romantics for two years now...if Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, and LeBron James decide not to just go for the highest paycheck, they can all play for the same team (in this case, the Knicks), and probably win a few titles like that.

No kidding.  I'm pretty sure anybody over the age of 7 who has ever watched basketball could have told you that.  And if Michael Jordan hadn't "taken a couple years off", and maybe the Bulls had signed Hakeem Olajuwon and Karl Malone, they might have won 12 straight titles.  And if the Cavs had gotten rid of Nance and Ehlo and signed Karl Malone and Michael Jordan, they might have won a championship too.

What is the motivation for an article that points out the obvious?  Yes, if the three best free agents all sign with the same team, that team will be good.

Thanks.  Now how about some serious intel?