Rome: Cavs no longer ‘a rotting carcass’

Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson could be returning from injury soon.

Jim Rome has always had an audience in Cleveland. Dating back to his tour-stop days when he would take his act on the road, Northeast Ohio has always been a hotbed for his “have a take, don’t suck” mantra.

The longtime radio and television personality, now with CBS Sports Network with The Jim Rome Show, gave the retooled Cleveland Cavaliers a huge thumbs up after the way first-year general manager Koby Altman turned the team’s roster over with a series of trades before the deadline Feb. 8.

The Cavaliers (34-22), winners of four consecutive games coming out of the All-Star break, will hit the hardwood again Thursday night against the Washington Wizards at Quicken Loans Arena.

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  1. Rome has been a rotting carcass since he sold out in the early 2000’s.

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