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Is there any doubt that the Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t jinxed? Just look at the pathetic history of this team since the late 80′s when Michael Jordan burst onto the NBA scene destroying the Cleveland Cavaliers again and again with his legendary clutch play.
The oft-mentioned running jumper against the Cavs on a series-clinching buzzer beater in 1989 (known as “The Shot”).... Read more
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With the memory of LeBron James’ return to Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night (his fourth time as a visiting player) still fresh in the minds of Clevelanders — not to mention the Miami Heat’s triumphant comeback against the Cavaliers and all the odd things that occurred during the game — the Cleveland Plain-Dealer conducted an online poll on the paper’s website asking...
With the Cavaliers having two rookies playing prominent minutes, WFNY thought it would beneficial to see how the fresh meat around the league is faring in comparison with the Cavalier rookies. Each week, we’ll have NBA rookie power rankings where we’ll rack and stack the freshman class of the NBA. The rankings will be weighted with the most recent games carrying the most importance...
Last time in the film room, I gave the bench a standing ovation for their assist work. This week, I have the much less enjoyable task of breaking down just how the Cavaliers blew a 27-point lead against the Miami Heat on Wednesday night, allowing the Heat to extend their win streak to 24 games. Not surprisingly, the three point shot played a huge role in that comeback. In less than...
While I had Andrew on the line, I couldn’t let him get away with just talking about music.
In addition to the music podcast, we spent a few minutes talking about the NBA, specifically the Miami Heat streak. We also talked about the Cavaliers and Byron Scott and losing big leads with inferior teams.
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