Found February 17, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
I spent all of last season specifically focused on detailing the progress of the NBA's worst team ever. At times it became mundane, but we eventually invented enough things to keep the comments we posted here specifically centered on the Cleveland Cavaliers. We invented a nickname for a rookie shooting guard, and a series highlighting a long list of Cavaliers legends like Harold Miner that he passed on his way up the scoring ranks. What we didn't want to do, and I didn't want to do, was talk about the guy who just left all the time. It just didn't feel healthy to me. In some ways, doing so maybe would've maybe gotten this site about a thousand or so more hits everyday. I don't really know on that number specifically, but I never really cared. For me, the only way to move past what happened, and re-establish a healthy fandom in regards to this Cavaliers team I rooted for long before he ever arrived, was to focus on what was here in front of us. The now, the fu...
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