I really want to see him stick around in Cleveland. I know it's going to be tough to lure anything special to Cleveland, but I'd really like to see him succeed. The dude works hard and performs each night for a bad team.
(Edit: Since so many of you have your panties in a bunch, there is potential that the Robin is already on the team in Tristan Thompson or Dion Waiters. He's also very young. I mainly made this thread because RIGHT NOW nobody is at a Robin level and that mask makes him look like Batman...)
Last edited by DStebb716 : 12-16-2012 at 02:01 PM.
Just saying it should happen soon. He's too good to waste any years.
He's only in his second season. Guy is 20-years old. People are so damned impatient these days. There was a time when a franchise was given the opportunity and the time to build around a superstar talent.
Hell, OKC was terrible in Durant's second year.
As great as Kyrie is, he is still learning the game himself. This is a very young roster figuring out how to work together. Give it some time. It is THE youngest composite roster in the entire NBA.
Dwight Howard next year and LeBron in 2014. This Cavs team is decent but never healthy. They have a ton of young pieces but can't use Kyrie's young dominant years being a lottery team. It would be better to have a taste of the playoffs sooner rather than later.