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RCF Podcast Series: Cavs Blogger Roundtable

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Updated: January 3, 2014
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The Cavaliers are sitting at a less than ideal 11-21, and all is not rosy in the Land of Cleve. It’s not exactly been a fun season, but misery loves company, so I gathered up some of my favorite Cavaliers bloggers around the internet to talk about what’s going wrong and what needs fixed. Featured on the pod are Tom Pestak from Cavs: The Blog, Ryan Mourton from FearTheSword and Joe Mastrantoni from DefendClevelandShow.com. Thanks to all three guys for coming on…again.

Full disclosure: We did a pod about a week and a half ago, and something went haywire with my recording technology and we lost about an hour and a half of Cavs talk, so send some special kudos these guys’ way for putting up with my stunning ineptitude.

Among the topics included:

  • Bynum Watch!
  • Potential Pau trades, and how we feel about them
  • How the team is playing sans Bynum
  • The team’s recent overall play
  • Wins aren’t coming, but are these moral victories?
  • Late game execution – CAN I GET AN OFF-BALL SCREEN PLEAASE?
  • What should the team’s strategy down the stretch be?
  • Are the playoffs even worth it at this point?

Download the podcast below!

If you’re so inclined, give me a follow on Twitter @Carter_Shade , and as always your feedback is welcome and appreciated. Once again, a ton of thanks to Ryan, Joe, and Tom. Go ahead and click their names at the top of the article for their Twitter pages and give them a follow because they’re all high quality human beings and Cavaliers bloggers.

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