Found May 01, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
Nick Gilbert won two more contests of chance last week, as he properly identified which side would be facing up when a couple critical coins first left David Stern's hand. As a result of the more valuable toss, the Cavaliers now sit with the third best chance of drafting Anthony Davis. Or, the second best chance to lose out on AD and get my guy Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. [random note] I've been having this dream lately where Kyrie Irving is playing PG for the Cavaliers, MKG is at the three, Tristan Thompson's at the four, and then after throwing all the money the Cavaliers had under the cap this time next year at a certain bearded Shooting Guard from OKC, James Harden is in Cleveland playing the two alongside those three other guys. A young Zydruanas Ilgauskas also starts at the five in my dream though, and a dramatically improved Vitaly Potapenko is his back-up, so take all that for what it's worth I guess. [end of random note]What's important for the Cavaliers at ...
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