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The Cleveland Cavaliers took a strong beating by the Chicago Bulls, the Bulls must have still been mad about the loss they took from Cleveland in the preseason. It was Andy Varejao stealing the show once again for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Varejao is showing it is good to be back in action for head coach Byron Scott and his Cavs team. Varejao led the way with 12 points and 5 rebounds and 2 assists. He was one of the Cavaliers who showed he wants to win last night. Cavaliers Rookie Dion Waiters didn’t have the night he had in the Cavs season opener, the Bulls held the rookie to only 7 points on the night. Waiters had 2 rebounds and 4 assists in the game. The rest of the Cavaliers team needs to take a lesson from Varejao, they need to find some of the energy he brings to the floor night after night. Varejao lifts the excitement level of his Cavaliers team each time he take to the court. Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving led the team in scoring with 15 against the Bulls, Tyler Zeller...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers could get away with their first win on the road as they fell to the Bucks in a last second three-point shot by the Bucks to steal the win over the Cavaliers 105-102. The Cleveland Cavaliers are seeing a rejuvenated Anderson Varejao this season as he led the Cavaliers with 17 rebounds last night. Varejao is like a wild man going after the basketball these...
On opening night, the Cleveland Cavaliers gave us all a glimpse of some of the highlights, and just a few of the lowlights, that we can expect to see this season. Friday night, as the Cavaliers host the Chicago Bulls, the question will be about consistency.
Against the Wizards on Tuesday, we what the Cavaliers can be. A persistent team capable of outworking their opponents in the...
Random stuff from the Cavaliers 105-102 loss at Milwaukee on Saturday night:
Losses like this you can handle. It was a road game on the second night of a back-to-back for a young team. And if it wasnt for some awful play from the reserves in the second quarter well, lets not even talk about it.
Im stating the obvious here, but through three games, the bench has been atrocious...
This game looked like it was going to overtime. Kyrie Irving’s layup tied the game with 0.7 seconds left but Brandon Jennings nailed a 28 footer as time expired. This was a back-and-forth affair. The Cavs built an early lead, then blew it. The Bucks had a lead for awhile, but the Cavs fought back. There’s a few takaways from this game: 1) Kyrie Irving is REALLY good. 2) So is...
You can watch this again, it's okay. I know you want to. Truth is, Kyrie Irving may act as well as he plays basketball. That's what I thought this morning as I watched Uncle Drew's second installment for the fifth time. [youtube]MLyvkBifQ3w[/youtube]Somehwere, Robert De Niro just gave Leondardo DiCaprio a high five in response to that pocket pass. Good to see Wes still...
It appeared that Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving game-tying lay-up with less than one second to play was going to send their game against the Milwaukee Bucks to overtime.
With less than 0.7 seconds on the clock, Bucks guard Brandon Jennings decided to end the contest with a game-winning three pointer:
Not the ideal start to the road trip
I thought this game was headed to overtime.
Trailing 102-100 with eight seconds left in the game, Kyrie Irving went the length of the floor and hit the game tying layup, leaving just seven tenths of a second on the clock. With that little time left, I figured that we were going to get an extra five minutes of the Cavs not guarding Mike Dunleavy...
VENUE: Quicken Loans Arena
TIP-OFF: 7:30 p.m.
TV: FOX Sports Ohio HD (Cavaliers Live pre-game, 7 p.m.)
RADIO: WTAM-1100 AM (7 p.m.)
Cavs vs. Bulls
C Anderson Varejao vs. Joakim Noah
F Tristan Thompson vs. Carlos Boozer
F Alonzo Gee vs. Luol Deng
G Dion Waiters vs. Richard Hamilton
G Kyrie Irving vs. Kirk Hinrich
COACHES: Byron Scott, Cavs; Tom Thibodeau...