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When a professional sports franchise is awarded the first overall pick in the upcoming draft it usually is thought of as a win-win situation. However, NBA history shows us it’s really a 50/50 chance at landing player that will change the franchise.
It was only 2011 when the Cleveland Cavaliers last won the NBA Draft lottery. They selected Kyrie Irving who has been nothing short of spectacular.... Read more
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The Cleveland Cavaliers have been slotted in the eighth spot within ESPN’s annual Future Power Rankings. These rankings are based on forward-looking items such as age, salary cap flexibility and core players. The 2013 ranking represents a four-spot jump for the up-and-coming Cavs.
The Cavs are another team making a significant leap in our rankings, and landing the No. 1 pick in...
When the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA lottery, the first thing that came to my mind was, “Oh my gosh! Now they have to draft Nerlens Noel.”
Going into this off season the Cavaliers were in a position to round out their roster, and make the playoffs. However now that they have won the lottery, a monkey wrench may be thrown into that plan. This particular wrench is a 200 pounds...
There always was plenty of excitement and energy around this year’s intro video for the Cleveland Cavaliers — and now the leaders behind the video have taken home some local recognition.
The Cavaliers’ in-house QTV production team won in the Best Promotion of Program Sports category at the Lower Great Lakes Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy...
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Great article over at FTS about the specific kind of role player that the Cavaliers need: “This brings up an intriguing question in my mind, because Arron Afflalo...
Our very own Scott was on with Joe Lull of 92.3 The Fan early this morning. They chatted about the latest NBA talk, including the Cavaliers’ options with the No. 1 pick and some of the high-profile trade rumors going out on in the Twitter world.
Take a listen and kudos to Scott for being up and talkative at 8:20 a.m. on a Saturday.
Mike Malone has agreed to a four-year deal to become the next head coach of the Sacramento Kings, according to sources. The deal is worth more than $9 million with a team option for the fourth year.
Malone was an assistant coach with the Golden State Warriors over the past two seasons.
Malone has been an NBA assistant coach since the 03-04 season and also had stops with the Cleveland...