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Bleeding Wine, Craving Links: Kyrie’s future, a Zydrunas Ilgauskas timeline, and thoughts on Jarrett Jack’s role

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Updated: February 26, 2014
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There isn’t much actual news here, but this article caused plenty of commotion (which was probably the point): “The Cleveland Cavaliers will offer Irving a maximum contract extension once they’re allowed to on July 1, and if he hasn’t signed it by October, the team will likely be forced to trade him before the Oct. 31 deadline for third-year players to extend their contracts.” Brian Windhorst, ESPN.

This Zydrunas Ilgauskas timeline is pretty awesome.

“Now they’re trying, now they’re playing hard and giving great effort, but it’s too late. Now all the injuries have hit and they simply don’t have the firepower to keep up against the good teams.” Jason Lloyd, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com.

“Is reality setting in? Is this season doomed? Is the Cavs’ curious decision to sign Arinze Onuaku to a ten day contract, instead of you know, a guard or a wing (since the Cavs have two down, right now, and Jarrett Jack is playing 40+ minutes) a sign of organizational irrationality? Were we deluded a week ago? Four months ago?” Nate Smith, Cavs: the blog.

“Now, with twenty-five games remaining, the Cavaliers need to decide what to do with Jack both this season and beyond, while there are many possibilities regarding trades and role changes, the following scenarios seem the most likely.” Mike Schreiner, Right Down Euclid.

And finally, #CavsRank continues with a look at Ron Harper, and the trade that sent him away.

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