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CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers ran into one of the all-time greats. But not even Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant's season-high 42 points could ruin the return of Cavs guard Kyrie Irving on Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena. Irving had 28 points, six rebounds and a season-high 11 assists in the Cavs' exciting 100-94 victory over the struggling Lakers. He had missed the previous 11 games with a hairline fracture of his left index finger. Despite two major acquisitions in the offseason, the Lakers (9-13) have yet to mesh. They have lost seven of their last 10 games. The Cavs (5-17), meanwhile, snapped a five-game losing streak. They rode the hot hand of shooting guard C.J. Miles, who had a season-high 28 points in his first start of the season. The left-hander made 10 of 18 shots from the field, including 5 of 10 from the 3-point line. Bryant, who recently topped the 30,000-point mark of his career, came out firing from the outset. He converted 16 of 28 attempts from ...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers announced today that PG Kyrie Irving was cleared to begin practicing and should be available for Tuesday’s game against the Lakers.
Irving will practice today and be in the starting line-up against the Lakers. #Cavs
— Scott @ WFNY (@WFNYScott) December 10, 2012
The Cavaliers are 2-9 since Irving injured his finger, including the current five game losing...
Life without Kyrie Irving has not been fun. It was hard. How hard? The Cleveland Cavaliers (4-17, 13th in the East) went 2-9 without him. Sure, the Cavaliers are 2-8 with him, so there’s no evidence of the team being worse without him. But if you watched the 11 games he missed, you know the truth.
The Cavaliers score 108.3 points per 100 possessions with Kyrie on the floor. They...
The mounting frustration over the Lakers’ poor start to the season culminated with new head coach Mike D’Antoni snapping at a media member following the team’s 100-94 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday. Los Angeles Times columnist T.J. Simers, who has been an irritant to most LA sports figures for the past two decades, was grilling D’Antoni over the team’s lack...
Cavaliers star point guard Kyrie Irving has been cleared to practice after missing 10 games with a broken finger.
Irving has been sidelined since breaking his left index finger in a Nov. 18 game against Philadelphia. He played in Cleveland's following game before medical tests revealed a non-displaced fracture. Irving is practicing Monday and the Cavs expect him to play Tuesday...
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Cavaliers ran into one of the all-time greats. But not even Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant's season-high 42 points could ruin the return of Cavs guard Kyrie Irving on Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena. Playing for the first time since Nov. 18, Irving had 28 points, six rebounds and a season-high 11 assists in the Cavs' exciting 100-94 victory...
When it comes to the struggles of the Los Angeles Lakers, consider me as intrigued as the next man. Not because I hate the Lakers, but because they puzzle me to the point of fascination. All issues considered, I simply fail to comprehend how they can be this bad. And make no mistake about it, the Lakers are bad right now. They’re bad on offense and they’re bad on defense...
Kyrie Irving will return to the Cavaliers on Wednesday.
There truly has not been a lot to cheer about so far this season for fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers. That was until Tuesday night, when reigning NBA Rookie Of The Year, point guard Kyrie Irving returned from a stint on the injured list with a double-double; helping the Cavaliers top the Los Angeles Lakers at Quicken Loans Arena, by a final margin of 100-94. After missing the last...
CLEVELAND -- Mike D'Antoni stood outside the visiting locker room and stared at the ground.
His eyes were bloodshot, his hair a mess, his tie out of sorts. It was as if he had spent the previous 48 minutes tumbling in a clothes dryer.
"The state that we're in, that's inexcusable, and we've got to figure it out," he said.
D'Antoni was speaking after...
Modern-day sporting legends face-off: Lio Messi v Kobe Bryant - originally posted on Soccerlens.comLionel Messi goes all out against the Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard, Kobe Bryant. What they’re fighting over is an autograph, in this Turkish Airlines TV commercial.
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