Kevin->Write(thoughts, browser, time)

void Kevin::Write(char *thoughts, char *browser, int time) allows an object of the Kevin class to create printed english text. The function opens a blogger account (automatically associated with the particular Kevin object) using the web browser resouce identified by browser, and while time > 0 and interrupts are disabled, uses blogger to translate thoughts into text.

Sunday, January 21, 2007


Cavs Forty Game Report

Record:24-16(6-4 last ten), 1st in Central Division, 1st(tie with Washington) in Eastern Conference

Last Ten Games(* means games that I saw all or part of)
W-New Jersey(*)
W-@Golden State

Big Ups: LeBron's first triple double of the year in the Denver loss, 5 road wins,
Big Downs: Free throw shooting now worst in NBA. LeBron drifted through Seattle loss.

3-4 on the big Western trip, which turned out to be a bit of a disappointment after a 2-1 start. 8 of the next 10 are at home, but the schedule is not easy: Suns, Pistons, Miami twice(will Shaq be back? It seems likely at this point), the Clippers and Warriors again, and tomorrow the Magic are coming to the Q. They'll need to win both games against Philly this week. I expect 7-3 over this stretch, but 6-4 or even 5-5 are possible.
It's time to start trading big for small. This team can handle losing a big man and desperately needs a solid starting point guard--something they've been searching for since Terrell Brandon left town six years ago. Hollinger @ESPN suggested a Varejao-Flip Murray swap for the Stones, but if that's all they can get, they should stand pat. I think they should aim for Earl Watson over in Seattle-young, a good shooter, can step into a starting role and be a great fifth option in the offense, and keep teams from doubling LeBron with impunity. This is a team that looks like it can win the Eastern Conference...but there are about five such teams right now. It's not clear who the favorite is among Cleveland, Washington, Detroit, Miami, or Chicago. If they played in the West, the Cavs could well miss the playoffs--the Suns and Mavs are clearly better, the Spurs, Lakers, Jazz, and Rockets are probably better, and Denver is about the same, with a few teams lurking just below. The East sucks.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007


Cavs Thirty Game Report

Record:18-12 (6-4 last ten), 2nd in Central Division, 2nd in Eastern Conference

Last Ten Games (* means games that I saw all or part of)
L-@New Jersey(*)
W-San Antonio(*)

Big Ups: Donyell Marshall has shot well. Big Z has looked alive of late. Larry carried the team to a big win last night.
Big Downs: LeBron's assist numbers. Doc's scoring. Everyone's foul shooting, but especially LBJ and Varejao.

Ho-hum. Win at home, lose on the road. Beat the bad teams, lose to the good ones. I've seen nothing so far that convinces me that this team gets out of the second round of the playoffs. With 9 of the next 10 on the road, including Denver, Phoenix, Clippers, Bucks, with the lone homer against the Nets, plus a 4-9 road record thus far, we could quite possibly be looking at 3-7 and a 21-19 record when we meet next. At that point, they'll still have yet to play the Lakers, Mavs, Jazz, or Heat. Worry about this team.


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