The Kyrie Irving trade has not worked out too well for the Cavaliers considering the playoff contributions they've gotten from the players they received in return and with the Nets' pick landing at the No. 8 spot. On Tuesday, everything went sour for Cleveland as the team learned it would not move up in the draft lottery and get back at least a top three pick in exchange for the 2011 No. 1 pick, and it fell behind 0-2 in the Eastern Conference finals to the Boston Celtics, the team Irving was traded to. Well, even before the Cavaliers found themselves in this predicament, an unnamed player had already expressed how he felt the team was robbed in the blockbuster deal.