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"Did you congratulate Chris yet?" That was the question Luke Walton asked me on Friday, prior to the Cavaliers matchup with the New York Knicks.  "No, why, what happened?" I replied. "My man had a kid last night, big time stuff". "Wow, nice, congrats on that, Chris," I said, while standing by Walton and Quinn in the corner of the Cavs locker room.  "Yeah thanks man," Quinn replied. "We're pretty excited". It was at that point—mid-conversation with Walton and Quinn—I realized the shame it is that Cleveland hasn't had the opportunity to really meet the newest member of the Cavaliers backcourt since his arrival way back on March 20. What if we saw Quinn handing out celebratory cigars on Public Square this week, for example, and nobody understood why?  With this in mind—surrounded by the only other relevant storylines including Byron Scott's job status, Dion Waiters' whereabouts a...
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