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CLEVELAND -- Sitting on a stage last week alongside No. Matt Slauson Colts Jersey . 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins and new coach David Blatt, general manager David Griffin said he hoped this would be a monumental off-season for the Cavaliers. Its already been quite a summer. And LeBron James is still out there. Cleveland kept its momentum rolling early Tuesday by getting All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving to agree to a new, five-year, $90 million contract extension. Irvings deal, completed with a handshake in New York with owner Dan Gilbert, cements a commitment with Cleveland that wasnt always so strong. "Im here for the long haul Cleveland!!!! And Im ecstatic!!" Irving wrote on his Twitter account shortly after the agreement was reached. "Super excited and blessed to be here and a part of something special." For months, Irvings future with the Cavs seemed uncertain. There were reports he wasnt happy in Cleveland as well as speculation the Cavs didnt believe he was a cornerstone player. There were trade rumours and rumblings the team was not going to offer him the maximum extension. Whatever differences there may have been seem to have been worked out. Griffin, who likes to refer to his team as "family," has the Cavs united. James surely has noticed. The Cavs have waited four years for their chance to lure the four-time league MVP back home. This may be the perfect time. Because Irvings extension doesnt kick in until the 2015-16 season, the Cavs have room under the salary cap to pursue free agents. They would have to move some other contracts if the reports are accurate that James will only sign for a max deal. Griffin has said clearing space to accommodate a five-year, $120 million contract would be extremely easy. The hard part might be getting James to believe the Cavs, who have not made the playoffs since he left in 2010, are title contenders -- now. Theyve got some quality pieces for sure, but do they have enough? Irving, who played in a career-high 71 games this past season, has established himself as one of the NBAs elite point guards, and now that the contract situation is no longer an issue, it may unburden him to play the best basketball of his life. The 6-foot-8 Wiggins would have been the top pick a year ago if he hadnt gone to college and James has long admired the 19-year-olds gifts. Its somewhat interesting that Griffin said Wiggins potential greatness would come at shooting guard, perhaps leaving an opening at small forward for a certain former Cavalier. To entice James, the Cavs may need to make a blockbuster move. Theyve got some assets to play with and a trade involving talented guard Dion Waiters could bring back a starter. Griffin hinted that he isnt done remodeling the Cavs. "We need to continue to work on the defensive side of the ball," he said at Wiggins introductory news conference. "We need to get better from a basketball IQ standpoint, from a shooting perspective. And all of those moves will be forthcoming." For several years, the Cavs have been involved in trade rumours involving Kevin Love, who has one year left on his deal with Minnesota. If Cleveland can package the right pieces together, they may be able to pry Love away from the Timberwolves. Love and James were teammates four years ago in the London Olympics, where they helped the U.S. win a gold medal. Back then, James said that when he won his first championship with Miami, his thoughts quickly shifted to Cleveland and what might have been. "I wish I could have won one there," he said before a practice. "I could only imagine how the parade would have been down East Ninth Street. Of course I thought about it because Cleveland helped me get to that point. The days that I spent there helped me get to the point where I was able to finally win one. Its just unfortunate I wasnt able to do it there." Its possible James will re-sign with the Heat and the Cavs will move on without him. But if they decide to pursue the two-time champion in the days ahead and get a meeting with James, the Cavs can sell their team and tug at his heart. James has never rejected the idea of a return to Cleveland. Maybe this is the summer to mend fences and start anew in a familiar place. Colts Jerseys . Ramon, 30, played in a career-high 97 games with the Goldeyes in 2013. He also matched a career-high eight home runs and posted 52 RBI. Darius Leonard Jersey . Petersburg of the KHL. Belov was a free agent last summer when he signed a one-year contract with the Oilers. In 57 games this season he had one goal and six assists with 34 penalty minutes in Edmonton. http://www.footballcoltsteamprostore.com...te-Jersey/ . The Tiger-Cats announced on Friday the linebacker has signed a new contract with the team through the 2016 season.An 80-minute struggle was overcome by one moment of brilliance.  Glorious moments as experienced Saturday have come few and far between for Toronto FC over their not-so illustrious history.  More times than not, Toronto FC has been on the receiving end of those game-changing moments, ending in disappointment and distraught. The script has been flipped in 2014.  The most recent special moment came courtesy of Toronto FCs big-money striker.  $6 million dollars, plus, is significant by Major League Soccer standards.  You get what you pay for.  And for Toronto FCs investment, theyve got themselves a true difference-maker and match-winner in Jermain Defoe. It was a picture perfect afternoon at BMO Field.  The play on the field by Defoes Toronto FC and the visiting Columbus Crew was hardly a masterpiece.  Choppy, disconnected, overall poor play was commonplace.  The product was substandard and frustrating to watch.  That was until the 81st minute.  Queue Defoe. A typical searching, lazy ball was played forward by Toronto FCs backline as the Reds searched for an equalizer, down 2-1 to the Crew.  Columbus was merely hanging on, bringing nothing to the proceedings.  Toronto was similar, obliging their visitor.  It was a Columbus mistake that opened the door.  Michael Parkhurst the culprit, fresh off being left out of the US Mens National team 23 for Brazil, failing to control.  The ball bounced high, then a poor header by the Crew defender before the ball fell on to the head of TFC substitute Gilberto.  The Brazilian found Defoe between two Columbus defenders, only for Toronto FCs top scorer to hint right, before going left, hitting with his left-foot on the volley from outside the 18-yard box – a stunning finish out of nowhere. It was Defoes second goal on the day and sixth of the early season.  It must be said Defoe hasnt been used to his fullest as of yet, lacking proper service over the course of 90 minutes.  Hes spent far too much time chasing matches.  Its his predatory instincts and quality in finish that make him who he is, and largely why Toronto FC can afford to hang around in matches and not get punished.  Six goals in seven games played is an incredible return on investment. Another goal would come for TFC, a winner off the head of Doneil Henry in time added on to take the full three points.  But it was Defoes special strike that was the TSN Turning Point.  The goal lifted the team at a time it didnt seem a goal would come.  Heads lifted, energy flowed and belief returned. "Sometimes it was painful to watch but they kept going," remarked Toronto FC Head Coach Ryan Nelsen post-match.  Earning points while not at their best is becoming trademark of this Toronto FC team.  For the second consecutive week, TFC trailed twice before coming back to earn points.  Toronto FC finds themselves in a very good spot, on 16 points through 10 games played.  Despite sitting fifth in the Eastern Conference, they have the third best points per game (1.6) and have at least three games in hand on any team ahead of them, including five games in hand on the fourth place Houston Dynamo. Here are my five thoughts after Toronto FCs 3-2 win. Doneil Does It – The roller coaster continues for the young Canadian central defender.  Doneil Henrys game winner made him feel like the hometown hero for the day.  The 21-year olds physical presence is plain to see, with a build and athleticism beyond his years.  Henry was first to a set piece Wednesday scoring the opener against the Montreal Impact, and came up even bigger against the Crew.  Earlier in the game, Agustin Viana beat Henry to a ball in the air on Columbus second goal.  It wasnt entirely Henrys doing, with Toronto FC playing zonal defensively.  Henry made amends on his match winner - the run and jump impeccable, coming to meet the ball with ideal timing and form.  He was never going to be beat.  The out-pouring of emotion was plain to see, shirt off and yelling to the crowd and his teammates.  Despite his early season struggles, Henry doesnt lack confidence.  His celebration was a signal of passion.  Its channeling the passion and exuberance thats part of the growth process, becoming a complete player.  Work is still to be done in improving positional discipline and proper timing in challenges.  Its a process of patience and maturation.  Saturdays goal is part of the journey. But you have to feel good for a player who works incredibly hard and ultimately has a very bright future. Nelsens A+ Adjustments – The Head Coach joked after the game things "couldnt get any worse."  Changes were desperately needed.  With Collen Warner missing (family wedding), Bradley Orr was again assigned the defensive midfield role.  Nelsen prefers a true physical, defensive presence to sit on top of his back four.  That was near essential playing the young duo of Henry and Nick Hagglund to lead the backline.  The game changed with Orrr being forced from the match after 18 minutes with a hamstring issue. Custom Colts Jerseys.   Interesting enough, Dan Lovitz was preferred ahead of Alvaro Rey at outside left, raising further questions on Reys form and true future with the club.  It was a real struggle on the day for Lovitz – indecisiveness and poor distribution throughout.  Lovitz did make amends with a lovely set piece assisting on Henrys winner.  The early change allowed Jonathan Osorio to move inside, a position he looks more influential than outside left.  Nelsens second half adjustments were much more pronounced.  The introduction of Gilberto was an impactful one.  Gilberto was relegated to the bench to start; a good decision by Nelsen to take some pressure off the young Brazilian.  Gilberto was put up front in the 66th minute, with Luke Moore moving wide left.  Gilberto was an instant pest, using his speed and athleticism to cause problems in the Columbus backline.  The response by Gilberto was ultimately a positive one.  Some players let a demotion unsettle.  No heads down and outward negativity by Gilberto.  He put in an absolute shift, playing a part in both second half goals.  Nelsens other change, Dwayne De Rosario, came at the right time, as TFC desperately needed to push forward. DeRo was deployed in the middle of the park, a place he looked comfortable and composed.  De Rosario is still class on the ball and gives TFC another asset in that position.  Perhaps this is where he is best utilized, to change the look and pace of the game.  The in-game changes by the manager continue to improve.  Nelsen has a good read on his team, strengths and limitations.  It must be remembered its been a process thus far, with an improved squad in an awkward World Cup year.  The way his team fights and plays for him allow room for tactical adjustments.  Its coming along. Putrid Passing – There is no other way of putting it: team passing is downright awful.  There continue to be far too many long, searching balls for a team with players more comfortable with the ball at their feet.  Seventy-three per cent pass completion on the day, with 84 fewer completed passes than a sub-par Columbus team, minus Federico Higuain, while playing at home is unacceptable.  Most of the long ball play is coming from the back, but its not entirely on the defenders.  The movement off the ball simply isnt there.  The only player really showing for the ball in accessible areas is the defensive midfielder.  It was Kyle Bekker for most of Saturday.  Hed come deep for the ball, get it, look up, and have no other option than going back or playing square to a central defender.  This isnt good enough.  The long ball stuff has to go.  And better spacing/movement off the ball is essential.  Mess in the Midfield – It was never going to be easy with Michael Bradley away on World Cup duty.  Seven points in three league games is huge for TFC without their midfield general. For Nelsen and General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko, the midfield continues to be the biggest conundrum and area in need of improvement.  Without Bradley, the team has been exposed despite the positive results.  Nelsen and his team tactics relies upon a traditional holding midfielder to support the back-line and allow a more attack minded central player link up with the front-line.  Orr did well in this role before injury, but doesnt provide a complete range in his game to be an every-day holding midfielder.  Orrs injury makes the acquisition of Warner that much more important.  Those scoffing at the Warner trade look foolish now.  Bekker is proving ill suited to a holding role.  Osorio will never be that player.  There is no question Warner is the first choice at the position, and its not even close.  Its about balance in the middle of the park.  There are too many players playing out of position and very little natural depth.  Look for this to be the area Bezbatchenko looks to alter as the season goes on. Home Field Advantage – The banner draping the Southeast entrance of BMO Field says Welcome to the Fortress.  The home supporters played their role Saturday with BMO living up to that billing.  Late in the match, when all seemed lost and the game was dire and slow, the crowd rose in voice, providing the energy the play lacked.  The team was in desperate need of a lift and the supporters provided it.  The interjection of life may be a little thing, but it absolutely matters.  The team responded.  Having Osorio and Bekker jump into the south-end post-match shows an understanding by the local products what the fan-base and their support means.  It was a nice touch to cap off a dramatic comeback.  Feel good vibes are returning. The second leg of the Amway Canadian Championship goes Wednesday night in Montreal against the Impact before Toronto FC returns home Saturday for a date with the San Jose Earthquakes (4-4-4) on TSN and TSN 1050 Radio. Cheap Chargers Jerseys Cheap Rams Jersey Cheap Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Vikings Jerseys Cheap Patriots Jersey Cheap Saints Jerseys Cheap New York Giants Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Raiders Jerseys Cheap Eagles Jerseys Cheap Steelers Jerseys Cheap 49ers Jerseys Cheap Seahawks Jerseys Cheap Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap Titans Jerseys Cheap Redskins Jerseys ' ' ' CLEVELAND -- Sitting on a stage last week alongside No. Matt Slauson Colts Jersey . 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins and new coach David Blatt, general manager David Griffin said he hoped this would be a monumental off-season for the Cavaliers. Its already been quite a summer. And LeBron James is still out there. Cleveland kept its momentum rolling early Tuesday by getting All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving to agree to a new, five-year, $90 million contract extension. Irvings deal, completed with a handshake in New York with owner Dan Gilbert, cements a commitment with Cleveland that wasnt always so strong. "Im here for the long haul Cleveland!!!! And Im ecstatic!!" Irving wrote on his Twitter account shortly after the agreement was reached. "Super excited and blessed to be here and a part of something special." For months, Irvings future with the Cavs seemed uncertain. There were reports he wasnt happy in Cleveland as well as speculation the Cavs didnt believe he was a cornerstone player. There were trade rumours and rumblings the team was not going to offer him the maximum extension. Whatever differences there may have been seem to have been worked out. Griffin, who likes to refer to his team as "family," has the Cavs united. James surely has noticed. The Cavs have waited four years for their chance to lure the four-time league MVP back home. This may be the perfect time. Because Irvings extension doesnt kick in until the 2015-16 season, the Cavs have room under the salary cap to pursue free agents. They would have to move some other contracts if the reports are accurate that James will only sign for a max deal. Griffin has said clearing space to accommodate a five-year, $120 million contract would be extremely easy. The hard part might be getting James to believe the Cavs, who have not made the playoffs since he left in 2010, are title contenders -- now. Theyve got some quality pieces for sure, but do they have enough? Irving, who played in a career-high 71 games this past season, has established himself as one of the NBAs elite point guards, and now that the contract situation is no longer an issue, it may unburden him to play the best basketball of his life. The 6-foot-8 Wiggins would have been the top pick a year ago if he hadnt gone to college and James has long admired the 19-year-olds gifts. Its somewhat interesting that Griffin said Wiggins potential greatness would come at shooting guard, perhaps leaving an opening at small forward for a certain former Cavalier. To entice James, the Cavs may need to make a blockbuster move. Theyve got some assets to play with and a trade involving talented guard Dion Waiters could bring back a starter. Griffin hinted that he isnt done remodeling the Cavs. "We need to continue to work on the defensive side of the ball," he said at Wiggins introductory news conference. "We need to get better from a basketball IQ standpoint, from a shooting perspective. And all of those moves will be forthcoming." For several years, the Cavs have been involved in trade rumours involving Kevin Love, who has one year left on his deal with Minnesota. If Cleveland can package the right pieces together, they may be able to pry Love away from the Timberwolves. Love and James were teammates four years ago in the London Olympics, where they helped the U.S. win a gold medal. Back then, James said that when he won his first championship with Miami, his thoughts quickly shifted to Cleveland and what might have been. "I wish I could have won one there," he said before a practice. "I could only imagine how the parade would have been down East Ninth Street. Of course I thought about it because Cleveland helped me get to that point. The days that I spent there helped me get to the point where I was able to finally win one. Its just unfortunate I wasnt able to do it there." Its possible James will re-sign with the Heat and the Cavs will move on without him. But if they decide to pursue the two-time champion in the days ahead and get a meeting with James, the Cavs can sell their team and tug at his heart. James has never rejected the idea of a return to Cleveland. Maybe this is the summer to mend fences and start anew in a familiar place. Colts Jerseys . Ramon, 30, played in a career-high 97 games with the Goldeyes in 2013. He also matched a career-high eight home runs and posted 52 RBI. Darius Leonard Jersey . Petersburg of the KHL. Belov was a free agent last summer when he signed a one-year contract with the Oilers. In 57 games this season he had one goal and six assists with 34 penalty minutes in Edmonton. http://www.footballcoltsteamprostore.com...te-Jersey/ . The Tiger-Cats announced on Friday the linebacker has signed a new contract with the team through the 2016 season.An 80-minute struggle was overcome by one moment of brilliance.  Glorious moments as experienced Saturday have come few and far between for Toronto FC over their not-so illustrious history.  More times than not, Toronto FC has been on the receiving end of those game-changing moments, ending in disappointment and distraught. The script has been flipped in 2014.  The most recent special moment came courtesy of Toronto FCs big-money striker.  $6 million dollars, plus, is significant by Major League Soccer standards.  You get what you pay for.  And for Toronto FCs investment, theyve got themselves a true difference-maker and match-winner in Jermain Defoe. It was a picture perfect afternoon at BMO Field.  The play on the field by Defoes Toronto FC and the visiting Columbus Crew was hardly a masterpiece.  Choppy, disconnected, overall poor play was commonplace.  The product was substandard and frustrating to watch.  That was until the 81st minute.  Queue Defoe. A typical searching, lazy ball was played forward by Toronto FCs backline as the Reds searched for an equalizer, down 2-1 to the Crew.  Columbus was merely hanging on, bringing nothing to the proceedings.  Toronto was similar, obliging their visitor.  It was a Columbus mistake that opened the door.  Michael Parkhurst the culprit, fresh off being left out of the US Mens National team 23 for Brazil, failing to control.  The ball bounced high, then a poor header by the Crew defender before the ball fell on to the head of TFC substitute Gilberto.  The Brazilian found Defoe between two Columbus defenders, only for Toronto FCs top scorer to hint right, before going left, hitting with his left-foot on the volley from outside the 18-yard box – a stunning finish out of nowhere. It was Defoes second goal on the day and sixth of the early season.  It must be said Defoe hasnt been used to his fullest as of yet, lacking proper service over the course of 90 minutes.  Hes spent far too much time chasing matches.  Its his predatory instincts and quality in finish that make him who he is, and largely why Toronto FC can afford to hang around in matches and not get punished.  Six goals in seven games played is an incredible return on investment. Another goal would come for TFC, a winner off the head of Doneil Henry in time added on to take the full three points.  But it was Defoes special strike that was the TSN Turning Point.  The goal lifted the team at a time it didnt seem a goal would come.  Heads lifted, energy flowed and belief returned. "Sometimes it was painful to watch but they kept going," remarked Toronto FC Head Coach Ryan Nelsen post-match.  Earning points while not at their best is becoming trademark of this Toronto FC team.  For the second consecutive week, TFC trailed twice before coming back to earn points.  Toronto FC finds themselves in a very good spot, on 16 points through 10 games played.  Despite sitting fifth in the Eastern Conference, they have the third best points per game (1.6) and have at least three games in hand on any team ahead of them, including five games in hand on the fourth place Houston Dynamo. Here are my five thoughts after Toronto FCs 3-2 win. Doneil Does It – The roller coaster continues for the young Canadian central defender.  Doneil Henrys game winner made him feel like the hometown hero for the day.  The 21-year olds physical presence is plain to see, with a build and athleticism beyond his years.  Henry was first to a set piece Wednesday scoring the opener against the Montreal Impact, and came up even bigger against the Crew.  Earlier in the game, Agustin Viana beat Henry to a ball in the air on Columbus second goal.  It wasnt entirely Henrys doing, with Toronto FC playing zonal defensively.  Henry made amends on his match winner - the run and jump impeccable, coming to meet the ball with ideal timing and form.  He was never going to be beat.  The out-pouring of emotion was plain to see, shirt off and yelling to the crowd and his teammates.  Despite his early season struggles, Henry doesnt lack confidence.  His celebration was a signal of passion.  Its channeling the passion and exuberance thats part of the growth process, becoming a complete player.  Work is still to be done in improving positional discipline and proper timing in challenges.  Its a process of patience and maturation.  Saturdays goal is part of the journey. But you have to feel good for a player who works incredibly hard and ultimately has a very bright future. Nelsens A+ Adjustments – The Head Coach joked after the game things "couldnt get any worse."  Changes were desperately needed.  With Collen Warner missing (family wedding), Bradley Orr was again assigned the defensive midfield role.  Nelsen prefers a true physical, defensive presence to sit on top of his back four.  That was near essential playing the young duo of Henry and Nick Hagglund to lead the backline.  The game changed with Orrr being forced from the match after 18 minutes with a hamstring issue. Custom Colts Jerseys.   Interesting enough, Dan Lovitz was preferred ahead of Alvaro Rey at outside left, raising further questions on Reys form and true future with the club.  It was a real struggle on the day for Lovitz – indecisiveness and poor distribution throughout.  Lovitz did make amends with a lovely set piece assisting on Henrys winner.  The early change allowed Jonathan Osorio to move inside, a position he looks more influential than outside left.  Nelsens second half adjustments were much more pronounced.  The introduction of Gilberto was an impactful one.  Gilberto was relegated to the bench to start; a good decision by Nelsen to take some pressure off the young Brazilian.  Gilberto was put up front in the 66th minute, with Luke Moore moving wide left.  Gilberto was an instant pest, using his speed and athleticism to cause problems in the Columbus backline.  The response by Gilberto was ultimately a positive one.  Some players let a demotion unsettle.  No heads down and outward negativity by Gilberto.  He put in an absolute shift, playing a part in both second half goals.  Nelsens other change, Dwayne De Rosario, came at the right time, as TFC desperately needed to push forward. DeRo was deployed in the middle of the park, a place he looked comfortable and composed.  De Rosario is still class on the ball and gives TFC another asset in that position.  Perhaps this is where he is best utilized, to change the look and pace of the game.  The in-game changes by the manager continue to improve.  Nelsen has a good read on his team, strengths and limitations.  It must be remembered its been a process thus far, with an improved squad in an awkward World Cup year.  The way his team fights and plays for him allow room for tactical adjustments.  Its coming along. Putrid Passing – There is no other way of putting it: team passing is downright awful.  There continue to be far too many long, searching balls for a team with players more comfortable with the ball at their feet.  Seventy-three per cent pass completion on the day, with 84 fewer completed passes than a sub-par Columbus team, minus Federico Higuain, while playing at home is unacceptable.  Most of the long ball play is coming from the back, but its not entirely on the defenders.  The movement off the ball simply isnt there.  The only player really showing for the ball in accessible areas is the defensive midfielder.  It was Kyle Bekker for most of Saturday.  Hed come deep for the ball, get it, look up, and have no other option than going back or playing square to a central defender.  This isnt good enough.  The long ball stuff has to go.  And better spacing/movement off the ball is essential.  Mess in the Midfield – It was never going to be easy with Michael Bradley away on World Cup duty.  Seven points in three league games is huge for TFC without their midfield general. For Nelsen and General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko, the midfield continues to be the biggest conundrum and area in need of improvement.  Without Bradley, the team has been exposed despite the positive results.  Nelsen and his team tactics relies upon a traditional holding midfielder to support the back-line and allow a more attack minded central player link up with the front-line.  Orr did well in this role before injury, but doesnt provide a complete range in his game to be an every-day holding midfielder.  Orrs injury makes the acquisition of Warner that much more important.  Those scoffing at the Warner trade look foolish now.  Bekker is proving ill suited to a holding role.  Osorio will never be that player.  There is no question Warner is the first choice at the position, and its not even close.  Its about balance in the middle of the park.  There are too many players playing out of position and very little natural depth.  Look for this to be the area Bezbatchenko looks to alter as the season goes on. Home Field Advantage – The banner draping the Southeast entrance of BMO Field says Welcome to the Fortress.  The home supporters played their role Saturday with BMO living up to that billing.  Late in the match, when all seemed lost and the game was dire and slow, the crowd rose in voice, providing the energy the play lacked.  The team was in desperate need of a lift and the supporters provided it.  The interjection of life may be a little thing, but it absolutely matters.  The team responded.  Having Osorio and Bekker jump into the south-end post-match shows an understanding by the local products what the fan-base and their support means.  It was a nice touch to cap off a dramatic comeback.  Feel good vibes are returning. The second leg of the Amway Canadian Championship goes Wednesday night in Montreal against the Impact before Toronto FC returns home Saturday for a date with the San Jose Earthquakes (4-4-4) on TSN and TSN 1050 Radio. 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