Sweeping the Raptors won’t keep LeBron in Cleveland
LeBron and the Cavs put the finishing touches on a convincing sweep of the Raptors, but Colin doesn’t think the current playoff run will play a part in his next free agency ‘decision.’
LeBron has always looked at the best overall situation when deciding where to play, and despite the current good vibes in Cleveland, the roster just isn’t good enough to justify staying. When you look at the other potential destinations, all have better rosters than this Cavs team.
Adding Paul George would make the Sixers title contenders
The Sixers avoided a sweep by winning Game 4 of their second round playoff series against Boston, and although he believes they’ll still lose the series, Colin thinks there are plenty of reasons for optimism in Philly.
Despite trailing 3-1 in the series, the Sixers could easily be leading if not for late game mistakes stemming from their youth and inexperience. It’s safe to assume that Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid will improve come playoff time next season, and for years to come.
The most notable hole on the Philly roster is the lack of a knockdown shooter on the wing, but Colin believes they would immediately contend for a title if they could somehow land Paul George in free agency. If George chooses L.A., as reports indicate, big time free agents will still come eventually.
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Doug Gottlieb – FS1 NBA Insider and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show and the All Ball Podcast is in-studio explaining why the Sixers will dominate the East in the future, not the Celtics; and why LeBron could play with Ben Simmons in Philly.
Rob Ryan – Former NFL Defensive Coordinator is in-studio discussing Big Ben’s comments on the Steelers drafting a QB, and why he likes what the Browns could be with Tyrod Taylor.
Kenyon Martin – FS1 NBA Analyst and 14-year NBA veteran is in-studio discussing the odds of LeBron leaving Cleveland; and why the Knicks should be in the mix if he leaves.