• Anderson Varejao Deserves To Make The NBA All-Star Game

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 4, 2012
    For the better part of his career, Anderson Varejao has been known as a specialist in the rebounding category, and a pretty good one at that. The Anderson Varejao trade talk will heat up again, especially with the incredible Cavalier leading the NBA in rebounding by far at 14.7 per game. In response to such an outcome, Varejao told the Cleveland Plain Dealer after a game in Miami, “You play hard every night, and if it happens, it happens. Even taking into account many of the popular assumptions listed above, trading away Varejao is functionally nonsensical for the Cavs for all of the following reasons: 1. As a result, the Quicken Loans Arena favorite is now turning heads around the league with his overall play, and getting early consideration for his first All-Star Game. But at age 30 and in his ninth campaign, the Brazilian center is having his finest showing, averaging a career-best 15.1 points and a robust 15.3 rebounds after the first month of the season.
    Source: dimemag.com
    • Team Defense: Cavaliers have virtually no reason to trade Varejao

      Conventional wisdom says that the rebuilding Cavaliers should sell high on Anderson Varejao. But that logic is wrong, says Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney in the inaugural Team Defense.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Cavs' Varejao's trade value skyrocketing with big year

      Cavs' Varejao's trade value skyrocketing with big year
      Source: CNNSI.com

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