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They shared the ball well. They were able to make shots — they made a lot of shots tonight. We contested them. I think we did a pretty good job on the defensive end.
– Cleveland Cavaliers Dion Waiters, Tuesday night, after his team gave up a season-worst 124 points (on 51.2 percent shooting) in a loss to the Sacramento Kings. The Kings (14-24) score an average of 97.7 points per game. In the contest, Waiters scored a game- and career-high 33 points (12-of-18 shooting) off of the bench, adding five assists. Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott labeled it as “one of those games on the defensive end we couldn’t stop them.” The 9-31 Cavaliers have now lost three straight contests and play on Wednesday in Portland.
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When Dion Waiters has a night like this, it gives you hope.
Yes, the Cavaliers dumped a 124-118 decision to the host Sacramento Kings on Monday night. Yes, they treated defense like some sort of nasty shellfish allergy. And yes, the Cavs were swept by a team that has one eye on the door, as the franchise gears for a move out of town.
But Waiters, man, that was something else.
George Gund III, the former owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Cleveland Barons, died on Tuesday night after succumbing to a battle with cancer. He was 75.
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Video: Gee rocks the Staples Center rim
If you did not stay up to see the Cavaliers take on the Los Angeles Lakers, we have you covered with the lone highlight. Cleveland Cavaliers high-flying forward Alonzo Gee provided Staples Center fans a put-back dunk against the hometown Lakers. Gee finished with 14 points, four rebounds, and three steals, but the Cavaliers would...
Yeah, not sure what the Cavaliers are thinking on this one.
Get this, they want DeAndre Jordan AND Eric Beldsoe….for Anderson Varejao.
Smh. This is insane, and I like Varejao but super over the top. Try again, Cleveland.
LeBron James is set to be a free agent in 2014, and there's talk of the Cleveland Cavaliers making cap room available to pursue him. The Decision 2.0 maybe?The post LeBron James, Kyrie Irving And The Potential Of The 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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A winnable game
Tough game Tuesday night vs. Denver. Here’s the Boxscore & Recap.
The Portland Trail Blazers are fighting for a playoff spot in a tough Western Conference, and when winnable games present themselves, Rip City has to take full advantage.
Matchup: Portland (20-18) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (9-31)
Venue: Rose Garden Arena
Time: 7:00 PM PT
Date: Wednesday, Jan....
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