LBJ hits the road
Cavaliers forward LeBron James left the building Sunday night without talking to the media. That might have been the first time since he was drafted in 2003 that he failed to stand up and tell the media what went wrong.
Of course, what could he say that he hasn't already said many times before. This team isn't very good right now, as their 12-16 record attests. It doesn't stop anybody on a regular basis, is lacking in the talent department and needs some more scorers.
Where this is all headed is unknown. Right now, however, it doesn't look like a playoff team. Things might change, but maybe Charles Barkley had it right after all. He predicted they wouldn't make the playoffs before the season started. He could be right.