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Waiting For Next Year:
New Orleans Pelicans
Golden State Warriors
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, but the whole body of work will be taken into account. Great nicknames, beards, and great celebrations may also play a large factor.
1. Damian Lillard (Previously: 1)
If I were Damian Lillard, I’d be sending text after text to that evil elf, David Stern, asking where my trophy is? The ROY race is locked up, it’s over. After capturing the Rookie of the Month award for the 4th time this February, DL has hit March, full steam ahead. Game after game, the Blazers guard continues to put up 20 plus points, including a monster 35 point, 9 assist effort as the Blazers embarassed Western Conference leaders San Ant...
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Last week, I went over some winning plays on the defensive end against the Jazz in a come from behind victory. This week, I’m getting to a topic that’s long overdue. Sure, I talked about Marreese Speights’s energy and scoring a while back, but that’s just really scratching the surface of a larger theme. Today, I’ll give a round of applause to the entire Cavs’ second five...
Luke Walton’s coach and teammates had some high praise for the former Laker
The title is not a mistake. Cleveland Cavaliers head coach, Bryon Scott may have fallen off his rocker. Which could totally happen when your best player, Kyrie Irving, perpetually gets hurt every three to four weeks. Regardless, Luke Walton and Magic Johnson should never be in the same sentence together…NEVER...
You didn’t expect Dirk Nowitzki to miss all of ‘em, did you?
The Big German finished with just 13 points on 6-17 shooting, but his final two buckets sealed the game as Dallas came back to beat the Cavaliers 96-86. The Cavaliers led by an many as eleven points and held a 48-36 advantage at halftime, but turnovers, stagnant offense and horrendous defense doomed the Cavaliers in...
Despite his recent injury, the accolades continue to pile up for Kyrie Irving in 2013.
On the heels of winning the NBA 3-point shootout in February—along with making his All-Star Game debut—Irving was named this week to the Bloomberg Power 100 List for the first time.
This list is a Bloomberg Sports and Horrow Sports Ventures collaborative project published annually...
Tonight's matchup will be between Tim Duncan and Tristan Thompson when the Cleveland Cavaliers visit the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are coming off a disappointing loss to the Dallas Mavericks and will be looking to play spoiler to the Spurs' number one seed hopes tonight. Tristan Thompson played a starter low 30 minutes last night while...
Friday, March 15th, 2013
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Dave Johnson and Glenn Consor
John Wall had blogger's row in a frenzy last night as he relentlessly knocked down 12 jumpers from just about every spot on the floor against the New Orleans Hornets. 15,000-plus bulging eyes witnessed one of the more memorable night's of John's career, which began with three first half 3-pointers en route to a season-high 29 points. John discussed his surging improvement...