The Cavs have the Lakers at home tonight, and without a doubt the Lakers are going to have revenge on their mind after the Cavaliers shellacked them on Christmas Day.

Who is going to be stone cold killer leading the charge?

This guy.

This is his second time on Sesame Street in the past several months.  Maybe he’s still building his image back from his *ahem* transgressions?

Either way, he and Lebron are 1-2 best players in the league, and tonight’s game will be a good test for the Cavs, seeing as though they’re gonna be without Mo Williams.

Delonte West is getting the start in his place, so JJ, “betta bring his doNUTS”.

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