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2016-17 Cleveland Cavaliers player reviews: Kyle Korver

The Cavs’ mid-season acquisition of the most dangerous spot-up shooter in the NBA made their historic three-point attack a sight to behold. On July 7, 2016, less than three weeks after the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals to win their first championship in franchise history, the Cavs were beginning preparations for their title defense. ...
Via Fear The Sword
47 minutes ago

LeBron's new bald look sparks latest social media craze

LeBron James didn’t wait long after the NBA Finals to get back on social media — or back in the gym. Three days after the Warriors finished off the Cavaliers in Game 5, LeBron posted an Instagram video of himself working out and celebrating his new bald head. James danced and sang along to Tee Grizzley’s track, “First Day Out.” The video was funny for a number of reasons...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

2016-17 Cleveland Cavaliers player review: J.R. Smith

An injury led to an inconsistent season for Smith. Coming off what was arguably his best season, J.R. Smith entered the 2016-17 season with high expectations and an established role on the championship Cavaliers. In his first year-and-a-half in Cleveland, Smith proved to be a reliable three-point shooting option and a somewhat surprisingly dogged perimeter defender for the Cavs....
Via Fear The Sword
20 hours ago

LOOK: This LeBron James ‘Crying Jordan’ tattoo is hilarious

LeBron James is a polarizing player. Fans either believe he’s the GOAT and/or a guy that can completely change the outlook for a franchise, or they likely believe Michael Jordan is the best NBA player to have ever stepped foot on the court. Kalen Gilleese is a diehard MJ fan, and believes MJ is the GOAT. That’s why he recently got a Crying Jordan-themed tattoo of James on his...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Chauncey Billups Is Problematic for the Cleveland Cavaliers

A wild week continues for the Cleveland Cavaliers as Chauncey Billups continues to decide whether he will accept the job of Cleveland’s President of Basketball Operations. The 5-year offer, from owner Dan Gilbert, came just after Gilbert and Cavs’ General Manager David Griffin shockingly agreed to part ways on Monday. Griffin had battled through cancer over the past couple of...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

LOOK: Man gets "crying LeBron" tattooed on his leg

Depending on where you stand on LeBron James, you either love the guy or you hate him. There’s really no in between. This is the case with pretty much every superstar in the professional sports world.For LeBron, it’s magnified a bit further due to his mentality on the court.At least one man decided to take his anti-LeBron stance to the next level by getting a tattoo of the former...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye Could Be Looking to Retire to Free Up Cap Space for Cavs

The potential for the 2017-18 edition of the Cleveland Cavaliers bench to look dramatically different is a possibility if rumors circulating around the league are true regarding the potential retirements of veterans Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye. From a manpower perspective, it would free up just under $10 million for the Cavaliers to sign replacements. The 37-year-old Jefferson...
Via Cavaliers Nation
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: 'Shocked' Jimmy Butler was in bed when trade went down

Jimmy Butler went from being content to remain in Chicago to being shipped off to Minnesota in a draft-night trade in the blink of an eye.Though his name had been bandied about in trade talks leading up to the draft, Butler nevertheless was reportedly very surprised when something materialized.In fact, per Sam Amico, he was in bed relaxing when he found out about the news. That Butler...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Spurs, Cavs trade talks now include LaMarcus Aldridge

The San Antonio Spurs, already reportedly in trade talks with the Cleveland Cavaliers, are reportedly including LaMarcus Aldridge in addition to Danny Green. Interestingly enough, Aldridge may have tipped the trade via his Twitter account based his activity (more on that here).Early on Thursday, ESPN reported Aldridge wanted out of San Antonio and that the Spurs were seeking a top...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Cavaliers: Why Dan Gilbert could be playing a dangerous game

Where would the Cleveland Cavaliers be without LeBron James? They would be a consistent laughing-stock year in and year out. They would be relying on some lucky bounces in the lottery or another transcendent NBA legend to be born 30 minutes outside of Cleveland. Life without LeBron in Cleveland was a terrible time on and off the court. Businesses downtown were having a hard time...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Chauncey Billups reportedly gets second interview for Cavs’ GM job

Chauncey Billups looks like the clear front-runner, as it stands, to run the Cleveland Cavaliers.ESPN’s Dave McMenamin and Brian Windhorst reported Wednesday that Billups received a second interview for the vacant Cleveland general manager position.Billups, a former NBA Finals MVP, remains the only candidate who has spoken to the Cavaliers about the position. His ties to owner...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: David Griffin left behind trade plans for Butler, George

David Griffin may have left the Cleveland Cavaliers, but his potential trades have not.According to Joe Vardon at Cleveland.com, the former Cavaliers general manager left behind the framework of possible trades for both Indiana’s Paul George and Chicago’s Jimmy Butler.Sources indicated to Vardon that deals could happen without Griffin, likely involving Kevin Love and a third...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cavaliers are reportedly making a run at a Jimmy Butler trade

The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking into multi-team scenarios that would allow them to acquire star swingman Jimmy Butler from the Chicago Bulls, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein: The Chicago Tribune’s K.C. Johnson says that the Phoenix Suns are a possibility for the third team in this potential trade, and Johnson — a longtime Bulls beat writer — is notorious for dumping a...
Via The Comeback
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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