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The Cleveland Cavaliers are interested in bringing Henry Sims to training camp.
Sims averaged 4.7 points and 4.0 rebounds for the Charlotte Bobcats in Summer League.
Sims played in the D-League and in the Philippines last season along with a 10-day contract with the New Orleans Pelicans.
Sims is a 7-foot center out of Georgetown.
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At times last year, Jarrett Jack was the best guard on the floor for the Warriors, even when sharing it with Steph Curry. Other times, like in the second round against the Spurs, Jack’s presence on the court hurt the Warriors; poor shot selection and subpar defense from Jack saw some Golden State leads dwindle.
So, what does this mean for the Cavaliers and their new signee?
If you’re in a bind and you need some help, who you gonna call? Anderson Varejao!
Or at least in this story as a couple of Brazilian tourists stranded at a Cleveland airport got some assistance from the Cavaliers big man.
Here’s how the story starts, a woman and her disabled son were trying to get to Miami, Florida from Cleveland’s Hopkins International Airport and due to a...
Some couples may believe that having an NBA mascot crash their nuptials would be a distracting, unpleasant experience. On the other hand, for two Cleveland Cavaliers fans, having their favorite team’s mascot not only show up at their wedding but also be a good-time-having force that kept the party rocking throughout the reception was a […]The post Cleveland Cavaliers fans welcome...
The NBA free agency period is dying down, so it time to look back at each team who they signed. Also many trades went down, which I will also recap below.
Free Agent Signings
-Singed Jarrett Jack to a four year deal worth $25 Million.
-Agreed to a two year deal worth $69Million with Earl Clark.
- The Cavs signed Andrew Bynum to a two year deal worth $24 Million.
Despite all of the work put in by other lottery teams this past offseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers are given top billing among the league’s “risers” by Bradford Doolittle of ESPN. Using scoring margin as a basis for determining who made the best moves this offseason, Doolittle gives the Cavaliers a 5.7-point increase of the 2012-13 team which managed to win just 24 games.
Cleveland Cavaliers rookie forward Anthony Bennett is listed among the top two players for potential NBA Rookie of the Year for the 2013-14 season by ESPN’s Chad Ford. Behind only Orlando’s Victor Oladipo, the first-overall pick in the most recent draft appears to have defensive acumen as the only hurdle that would prevent him from being the third-straight No. 1 pick to bring...
There are few people that can be the life of the party like NBA mascots and recently, one of the Cleveland Cavaliers mascot made an appearance at a wedding.
The costumed dog better known as “Moon Dog” made an appearance at Ben/Ashley’s wedding (last name unknown) and tore things up.
Don’t believe me, check out the below pics:
Moon Dog attends wedding [Deadspin]
I can’t quite pinpoint the genesis of this one, specific ball-busting comment. At some point in my adolescence, while throwing a ball of some sort—football, baseball, softball, who knows—I asked of a friend, who was obviously a life-long user of his right hand and arm as his dominant side, if he was, in fact, left-handed and simply was unaware of it all of this time as judged...
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The guys at Deadspin posted early this morning about a recent wedding reception that featured the super horny Cleveland Cavaliers mascot Moondog.…