Richard Jefferson & Andrew Bynum

Richard Allen Jefferson (born June 21, 1980 in Los Angeles, California) is a 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. Andrew Bynum (born October 27, 1987) is an American professional basketball center with the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). 4.3/5

Richard Jefferson Andrew Bynum Golden State Nerlens Noel Madison Square Garden Jrue Holiday Deron Williams Richard Blanco Dion Waiters Pau Gasol Dan Brown Anthony Bennett Christian Eyenga New York New Orleans

Dear Cleveland Cavaliers management, I have been a constant supporter of the Wine and Gold for many, many, horrific seasons. We have suffered through questionable signings, poor coaching moves (Rehire Mike Brown?) and even worse draft selections (Luke Jackson, Christian Eyenga, Dion Waiters, Anthony Bennett). And now potentially trading away Andrew Bynum for an old, broke down Pau Gasol and talking to Utah about trades for Richard Jefferson.throwing away another season instead of building around Kyrie...Mr. Dan Brown you wrote a letter to the fans of Cleveland promising to win a ring before Lebron did. (He's got 2 and we have not even been close) And while I think few actually believed that would happen we did applaud your words and were hopeful of seeing aggressive moves designed to keep the Cavs at least relevant. Not the case. Do better sir. That is all.
Cavs and Jazz are discussing a trade that would send Andrew Bynum to Utah for Richard Jefferson. (via ESPN)
Andrew Bynum for Richard Jefferson. Why would you do that Cavs?? Jazz are getting a steal if that happened
SATURDAY'S NBA ACTION Miami vs. Charlotte Dallas vs. Orlando Cleveland vs. Washington - Andrew Bynum is expected to play after missing two games to attend to a personal family matter. Atlanta vs. New York - These two teams meet for the second time in four days; this time at Madison Square Garden. Indiana vs. Chicago - The Pacers go for their 10th straight win, to start the season, against the division rival. Denver vs. Houston Boston vs. Minnesota Philadelphia vs. New Orleans - A reunion game for the Pelicans' Jrue Holiday as he takes on his former team for the first time since the 76ers traded him for the rights to Nerlens Noel. Oklahoma City vs. Milwaukee Utah vs. Golden State - Richard Jefferson returns to Oakland for the first time since the Warriors traded him to Utah. Brooklyn vs. L.A. Clippers - The struggling Nets will be without point guard Deron Williams, who sprained an ankle on Friday night in a game against the Suns. -HotWheels37
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