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Jeff Green buried a game-winning layup against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and then shared a touching moment with his heart surgeon, Dr. Lars Svensson.
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On March 4, the Cleveland Cavaliers held a promotion at Quicken Loans Arena where the team gave away 50 limited edition bobbleheads bearing the likeness of “Uncle Drew,” the curmudgeonly character who can ball with the best of them despite his advanced age who is portrayed by point guard sensation Kyrie Irving in the much ballyhooed commercials for Pepsi Max.
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CLEVELAND -- Byron Scott believes the Cavaliers can be a playoff team in 2013-14.
Really, he does.
Not this version of the Cavs, mind you. But Scott bases his thinking on the idea that his roster will resemble a pro basketball team and not just some sort of waiting list for the Cleveland Clinic.
First thing is, stay healthy, Scott said of the Cavs future, prior to Fridays 97-87...
CLEVELAND -- Its not fair to judge the Cavaliers right now.
I know, I know. Weve said the same thing for the past three seasons. I know its getting a little old.
The Cavs are about to finish dead last in the Central Division for the third straight season. Thats a franchise first, and this franchise has been through some dire stretches.
It didnt even get this bad when Ted Stepien...
Before their game against the New York Knicks on March 4th the Cleveland Cavaliers gave away Kyrie Irving ‘Uncle Drew’ bobbleheads to 50 lucky fans. ‘Uncle Drew’ being the character Irving plays in recent Pepsi Max commercials.
The popularity of Irving’s ‘Uncle Drew’ and the scarcity of the bobblehead have created the perfect storm on the eBay resale market as...
Cleveland had a real chance to win this game and put Boston on a six-game losing streak, but surprisingly, most of the chatter was still about how much the Cavaliers suck. The general consensus from fans is that the team is tanking to get a good draft pick and with their superstar of the future, Kyrie Irving, out for the rest of the year, that seems to make sense. Most of the talk...
When taking into account the playing field that is the National Basketball Association, it is relatively easy to see how the Cleveland Cavaliers can blow a large lead to the New York Knicks. Even clearer, the way that an injury-ridden version of the same team could cough up a historical lead to the defending champion Miami Heat. But when the Boston Celtics come to town without All...