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A Cleveland Cavaliers fan walked onto the court during the second quarter of Saturday night's game against the Clippers and showed Kyrie Irving his T-shirt which read "KYRIE DON'T LEAVE".The fan walked onto the court tapped Irving on the shoulder as he came out onto the court, and play had to be stopped with 3:02 remaining so security could remove the fan from the court.No word yet if it is the same fan who wore a "2014 COME BACK" T-shirt and ran onto the court with LeBron James and the Miami Heat in town back in March.DISCLAIMER: Holdout Sports does not condone this behavior.H/T @CJZero, ESPN.
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A fan interrupted the Cleveland Cavaliers' 88-82 win over the Los Angeles in the second quarter at Quicken Loans Arena with a message for Kyrie Irving.
The fan tried to show Irving a white shirt that read, "KYRIE DONT LEAVE" in all caps, written in black marker.
The Cavaliers confirmed the fan is a minor.
Irving cannot become a restricted free agent until 2015 and is...
Cleveland fans really need to work on brainstorming better options for keeping their stars in Ohio.
Back in March when the Miami Heat came to town, a Cavaliers fan rushed onto the court and implored LeBron James to return to Cleveland through the persuasive powers of a T-shirt. On Saturday, another young fan followed in his not-so-smart footsteps, walking onto the court while wearing...
Blake Griffin knocked Anderson Varejao to the ground and had to be restrained from going after him after taking a shot to the chin on a screen while playing defense against the Cavs Saturday night. Varejao was given a common foul and found the whole situation laughable and Griffin and Jarrett Jack were both assessed technical fouls for their roles in the resulting scuffle. Shoutout...
Momentum in the NBA can best be described only as the energy you bring to the next game. The Cavaliers played two of their most complete games against Chicago and Denver at home, but no carryover was to be had in Atlanta. The Hawks lit up the scoreboard and blew the doors off the Cavaliers in the first quarter. From there, it was only a continuance of the miscues from the first....
“Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years.” – LL Cool J
On Wednesday night, as the Cleveland Cavaliers were working on putting away the Denver Nuggets for the first win streak of the season, Cavs fans on Twitter began to rejoice. With good reason, too. After the miserable month of November for the Cavaliers, the team was coming off back-to-back home wins against...
Saturday's matchup between the Cavaliers and Clippers was supposed to feature two of the top ball handlers in the league. It did not disappoint with Kyrie Irving and Chris Paul shaking and baking their way around defenses. Paul scored 13 points to go with seven rebounds and 15 assists on a bad shooting nigth for him. Irving had 20 points, six assists and seven turnovers.
Tristan Thompson has averaged 15 points and 14.8 rebounds over the last four games. He has also shot just above the league average of 47.5 percent for power forwards by converting 21-of-45 field goals while logging 36.3 minutes per night. Following the 88-82 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday, the Cleveland Cavaliers have compiled a 3-1 record during that stretch.
The Cavaliers are 6-13, not the start that many envisioned for this team with playoff expectations. Why is that? Well, there are several different contributing factors, and not all of them are equal in weight. Here’s a laundry list that I’ve been building for a while in my head, and now I’m ready to unveil it after last night’s blowout loss in Atlanta. Without further ado...
Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to trade the young shooting guard Dion Waiters, who they drafted last year with the fourth overall pick. Waiters has played 78 games so far in his career for the Cavaliers and it seems he will not reach the 100-game milestone with them. The recent rumors say that the defending champions […]The post Should Miami Heat Trade for Dion Waiters? appeared...
…and Cleveland Cavaliers fans have reached a new low.
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A little more than a week after making a switch to small forward, someone asked Anthony Bennett what the most difficult part was about changing positions.
The 2013 No. 1 draft pick paused, exhaled long and loud, and chuckled softly.
"I don't know, man," Bennett said. "That's a hard question for me."
Changing from power forward to small forward is only...
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, we love long-distance shots and nearing the end of the third quarter of tonight’s Cavaliers/Clippers affair, Jarrett Jack provided us with one.
Watch as Jarrett lines up from about midcourt and drains the long-distance three-pointer or to paraphrase Austin Carr, “Deep In The Heart Of The Q”:
Jack image courtesy of Getty Images
The Cavaliers team that has won two straight games is a different squad than the one that began the season losing four if its first five games.
Namely, it's a team that is learning how to play with Andrew Bynum – and that it's necessary to adjust everything when he's in the game and when he's not.
"It's two totally different dynamics," reserve guard...
Earlier tonight, we had a fan on the court incident at Quicken Loans Arena during the Cleveland Cavaliers/Los Angeles Clippers affair.
The incident happened in the second quarter of play as Clippers guard Chris Paul was dribbling the ball up the court and a fan wearing shirt saying “Kyrie Don’t Leave” decided it was to the best idea to casually walk onto the court:
The Cleveland Cavaliers faced off against the Los Angeles Clippers today and a fan decided to get in on the fun as well. As seen in the video below the man literally just stands on the court and watches along. I’d like to know what Chris Paul said to him at the end though. Article […]