Mo at Peace

The Cleveland Cavaliers were about to move their game to another level.

Mo Williams was dead set to improve his game and possibly he’ll have the chance to compete and win a NBA title.

However, all hopes dashed when Lebron James signed with Miami.

With Lebron around, Mo Williams can become a top-tier star in the mold of Dennis Johnson. Without him... he’s virtually a nobody. Williams is no Russell Westbrook. He is not even an Eric Snow if you think about it. The only reason why Mo Williams mattered was when he associated himself with Lebron James. This was the fate of Mo Williams before he was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers for Baron Davis. With Cleveland struggling, he had no choice but to jump ship... and the Cleveland fans supported him because he wanted to stay loyal.  

Besides, the trade of Williams to the Clippers brought them the 2011 first overall pick. Cleveland owner Paul Gilbert will use this pick to get a talented player... to wash away the bitter aftertaste known to many as Lebron James.

But even outside Ohio, Williams remembers the days when he alongside Antawn Jamison, Anderson Varejao, Boobie Gibson, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, and JJ Hickson dreamed big with LBJ in taking Cleveland to the top of the NBA.

This is why you can’t blame Williams and the rest of the Cleveland fans from breathing a sigh of relief when the Dallas Mavericks defeated the Miami Heat in six games to win their first-ever NBA title.

Game over.


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