I really hope Cleveland Cavalier fans are enjoying today. They will have today, their day of celebration. But after today, the honeymoon is over. Pressure will come and winning will be necessary.
Thus, the debate as to whether or not the Cleveland Cavaliers can afford to wait on the development of players, such as Andrew Wiggins.
And while each has their own theory, none of it will matter. The only person’s opinion that has any substance, at this point, is LeBron James‘ and the Cleveland Cavalier organization’s.
And right now, according to Sam Amico (of Fox Sports) there are no immediate plans to trade Andrew Wiggins.
FYI: Again, Thursday afternoon, Cavs source told @FOXSportsOH: “Andrew Wiggins is not being traded.”
— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) July 11, 2014
The Cavaliers are not willing to insert Wiggins into any potential trade offer at the moment, however, that could quickly change. You know, if LeBron just says the word. After all, he’ll have power. Perhaps even more than last time.
In related blowing the Miami Heat up news, the Chicago Bulls are reportedly gauging Dwyane Wade‘s interest.
The Chicago Bulls are gauging interest with free agent Dwyane Wade, league sources tell Yahoo Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 11, 2014
With Chris Bosh on the verge of signing with the Houston Rockets, maybe this will be the summer of “everyone pack your bags, we’re going home.”