Found June 08, 2013 on
A friend who is not from Cleveland sent me a text message this week.
He wrote: Dion Waiters thinks Cavs are a 6-seed next year.
I responded: Yeah I saw that.
He then added two of those cartoon emoticons to suggest he was laughing so hard he was crying.
I then concluded the conversation with: I think it's awesome DW said that.
The quotes we were discussing--in case you missed it while consumed in NBA Draft, NBA Finals and Larry Nance Jr. talk--were published on Thursday.
Dion Waiters was celebrity judging a dunk contest in Philadelphia. A reporter asked him how good he thought the Cavaliers would be next season.
His response was as follows according to Jake Fisher at SLAMonline.com.
“We don’t want to settle for no 7- or 8-seed,” Waiters said. “We could probably be a 6-seed or something like that. We just got to work hard and believe in each other and have each other’s backs and just play.”
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