CLEVELAND -- Bruised but not broken this time, Larry Hughes is again too hurt to play for the Cavaliers.
Cleveland's fragile guard, who has also endured personal misfortune in the past, will miss at least four weeks with a deep bone bruise in his left leg, yet another setback for Hughes and the defending Eastern Conference champions.
Hughes hurt his leg during a game Nov. 4 at Phoenix when he collided with Suns guard Leandro Barbosa.
I can't count how many regular season and playoff games that Hughes has missed. I'm sure the Cleveland LeBrons will be more than happy to be rid of his contract in...2010.
"Wocka Wocka...who wants to hear a funny-ass joke?"
Apparently they do. I think this could work. If the championship team has too many foreign players, then go down to the next team. Have that team be the groundwork, but feel free to add other players to the team (if they would help the team as a whole).