Found March 05, 2012 on
It took me all of yesterday to get over that last shot from Anthony Parker on Saturday night. The first time he took and missed that buzzer beater against the Celtics I understood it. I defended the fact that he took it, and gave him a pass for missing. Doc Rivers only left Anthony Parker open in that 86-83 loss, and Kyrie Irving was covered by everybody. AP didn't really need to take that last shot on Saturday night though. He didn't really need to be on the court to be honest, but I don't even feel like getting into all that. With 3.4 seconds left, and Kyrie curling around the top of the key WIDE OPEN ready to go Kyrie Irving, he should've been able to receive a pass and add to his legacy. Instead, AP bricked another one, and I just hope that he's now officially crossed shooting buzzer beaters to tie or win NBA games off his bucket list forever. I can't watch that again.Tonight what we will watch though, is the Cavaliers match-up with arguably my favorite f...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers (13-22, 10th in the East) can officially kiss the playoffs goodbye. Not many felt the Cavaliers could actually make the playoffs to begin with, but the Anderson Varejao injury just made things that much more difficult. Now the Cavaliers find themselves on season high 5 game losing streak and everything...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers extended their losing streak last night losing to the Washington Wizards by three points 101-98. Coach Byron Scott tried a new starting line-up with hopes of snapping the losses. The Cavaliers started Alonzo Gee and Ryan Hollins with hopes of bringing back a win. The Wizards were just a little better than Cleveland last night with the play of guys like Jordan...
Too little, too late. I’m sensing a theme, here. The Cavaliers come out flat, play poorly for much of the game, make a furious 2nd half comeback, only to fall just short at the end.
Antawn Jamison tried to carry the load early as Kyrie Irving had an awful first half. To his credit, as he is prone to do, Irving recovered and had an enormous 2nd half. If the Cavaliers are going to...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have assigned guard/forward Christian Eyenga and forward Luke Harangody to the Canton Charge of the D-League.
Kyrie Irving has opted to not play with the Australian national team in the 2012 Olympic Games.
Irving, born in Austrailia, has dual-citizenship, thus having the opportunity to represent the nation in the upcoming summer Olympics. Instead, the first-overall selection in the 2011 NBA Draft is opting to hold out in hopes of representing America in 2016 under the tutelage of his former...
The Cleveland Cavaliers played the Utah Jazz tonight and they lost. This makes the sixth loss in a row for the Cleveland Cavaliers, thus making the losing streak the longest of the season so far. Last year the Cleveland Cavaliers lost 26 in a row. The team certainly doesn’t need to revisit that again. The Cavaliers have seemed to have lost their spark.
Coach Byron Scott said someone...
The postseason possibilities are fading. The talent gap is widening.
With Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott attempting to find the right combination of players and the schedule only getting increasingly more difficult in the coming weeks, what was once a dream is slowly becoming a delusion. On the tails of a reeling and aging Boston Celtics team prior to the All-Star break...
Former Cavaliers big man and current special assistant to Chris Grant Zydrunas Ilgauskas will be spending a lot of time with current Cleveland power forward Tristan Thompson come this off-season.
Prior to the team’s loss to the Utah Jazz, the team stated that the long-time center will work with the very raw Thompson, hopefully expanding an offensive arsenal that is rooted mostly...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers rookie Kyrie Irving won't play for Australia in the London Olympics this summer.
Irving was born in Australia in 1992, while his father was playing professional basketball in Melbourne. He holds dual U.S. and Australian citizenship, making him eligible to play for either country under FIBA rules.
Irving said Monday night, after Cleveland lost to...