It is sounding like the Cavs pulled out of a potential Dwight deal because people were complaining about them being involved in creating another superteam (although it also possible that Kris Humphries is unwilling to sign the necessary deal to make it work). If that is true, it is sad. Teams get involved in facilitating these deals because they want to show that they are willing and able traders. It reminds me a lot of fantasy sports. Every league has guys who are fair traders and will look at a deal, guys who will always try to trick other owners, and guys who simply refuse to trade. It is much better for a team to have the reputation of the first guy, not the other two. I really hope this isn't true about Cleveland.