11/24/08 - The Cleveland Cavaliers can't spend their time worrying about the future of LeBron James, even with the New York Knicks opening up significant cap room in 2010. They're too busy trying to win today in a far more competitive Eastern Conference. The Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and Cavaliers are the only teams with double-digit wins and three or fewer losses. In the West, the
With Chicago (Kirk Hinrich), Atlanta (Josh Smith), San Antonio (Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili) all sidelined for the coming weeks, a number of remaining free agents are holding out hope of returning to the hardwood. Heck even Shane Battier (foot), Al Harrington (back), Kevin Martin (ankle) and Antonio Daniels (knee), Michael Redd (ankle) and Devin Harris (ankle) are gimpy.
It's good to be free.
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