Dude seems fun.
Cleveland will send two second-round picks and forward Earl Clark (per a Turner Sports report) to Philadelphia as part of the trade, which will also include at least one other player. The Cavaliers don’t have a traded player exception with which to absorb Hawes’ salary, so they will have to roughly match his incoming $6.5 million in order to make the deal legal. Clark’s $4.3 million alone isn’t quite enough to satisfy the league’s salary-matching rules, though the other players in the deal were not immediately known.
Pile up those picks for the coming draft, Hink-man! Brooklyn for the draft, anyone?
2:06 – Mavs end the first half within 4 points, and the score sits at 46-42 as we enter halftime. The buzzer couldn’t come sooner as the Mavs started hitting their shots, the Sixers were rushing shots on offense, and the lead was dwindling. Time to regroup as they enter the tunnel. Continue reading