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Portland Trail Blazers
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Near the end, when the Cleveland Cavaliers had squandered all of a 19-point lead and fallen behind, Kyrie Irving came to the rescue. The second-year point guard scored 31 points, and Cleveland held off a late Portland rally to win 93-88 Wednesday night at the Rose Garden. Irving scored eight straight points down the stretch as the Cavaliers (10-31) won after losing their first three games on their five-game road trip. Tristan Thompson added 19 points and 14 rebounds for Cleveland. Portland (20-19) lost its fourth consecutive game despite having all five starters score in double figures. Nicolas Batum had 23 points and 12 rebounds but also nine turnovers. Damian Lillard's step-back 18-footer with 2:07 remaining gave the Trail Blazers an 86-85 lead with 2:07 to play -- their first advantage since the game's early going. Irving came back with two baskets, and the Cavaliers sewed up the win with four straight free throws in the closing seconds. &q...
BEST OF MAXIM
He is young, fast, and can apparently keep spinning in the lane for a basket.
Of course I am talking about Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving who showed last night versus the Blazers, he will twist and turn many times if he is determined to score a basket for his team.
Check out Kyrie putting rookie phenom Damian Lillard in the spin-cycle during last night's game.
The Cavaliers have played more games on the road so far this season than any other NBA team. Their record in those road games heading into last night’s game in Portland was 5-19. They had also lost the first three games of the current road trip, and had given up 237 points in those contests.
In other words, things weren’t looking very bright.
The Cavaliers came out hot however...
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.
He was born in Cleveland on May 7, 1937 and once considered to be one of the most powerful bankers in Cleveland, Ohio. The long-time philanthropist and business man had reportedly been undergoing treatments for cancer over...
Wednesday night two of the NBA’s best young talent at the point guard position faced off against each other as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Portland Trailblazers matched up in Portland. While CJ Watson guarded Lillard for most of the contest, Kyrie Irving dropped a sweet spin move on rookie-of-the-year candidate, Damien Lillard.
Kyrie ended the night with 31 points and 5 assists...
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Kyrie Irving scored 31 points, Tristan Thompson added 19 points and 13 rebounds, and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Portland Trail Blazers 93-88 on Wednesday night to snap a four-game losing streak.
Nicolas Batum had 23 points and 12 rebounds for the Blazers, who erased a 19-point second-quarter deficit and briefly took the lead. Wesley Matthews added 17...
PORTLAND -- Kyrie Irving scored 31 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers held off a late Portland Trail Blazers rally to win 93-88 Wednesday night at the Rose Garden. Irving scored eight straight points down the stretch as the Cavaliers (10-31) won after losing their first three games on this five-game road trip. Tristan Thompson added 19 points and 14 rebounds for Cleveland. ...
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....
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.
Everyone knew the Cavaliers would lose.
Portland had entered Wednesday having dropped three straight, was playing at home, and is in front of the Cavs when the idea is young and up-and-coming teams.
The Trail Blazers are fighting for the playoffs. The Cavs are fighting for well, continued development.
Final score: Cavs 93, Blazers 88 in another semi-nail-biter at the famed Rose...
LeBron James was drafted first overall in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. In the summer of 2010, he took his talents and hairline onto ESPN for “The Decision”. The self-proclaimed “king” would then waste everyone’s time before finally saying that he was taking his talents to South [...]
The Utah Jazz are ready to get back to work after a lengthy layoff.
The Jazz will try to slow down Kyrie Irving and the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers, who are wrapping up a five-game road trip Saturday night.
Utah (21-19) has not played since a 104-97 victory over Miami on Monday. Coach Tyrone Corbin gave the Jazz the next two days off before they returned to practice Thursday.