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The Brooklyn Nets and Cleveland Cavaliers have discussed a trade of C.J. Miles for the No. 22 overall pick.
Miles is close with Deron Williams and would give the Nets depth on the wing.
Miles signed with the Cavaliers from the Utah Jazz last offseason.
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After much debate back and forth for 6 weeks, the Cavs will select # 1: NerLenthony McLottodipo. Hope that clears it up for everyone…
— Dan Gilbert (@cavsdan) June 27, 2013
Well, this tweet should clear up any questions about who the Cleveland Cavaliers will be taking with the #1 overall pick. It’s good to see that Gilbert isn’t letting any pressure get to him and is...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have selected UNLV forward Anthony Bennett with the first-overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Bennett averaged 16.1 points and 8.1 rebounds per game with the Running Rebels. Bennett was said to have a fan in Cleveland’s head coach Mike Brown. He is a skilled power forward who was the top scoring and rebounding freshman per-40 minutes in the NBA Draft....
You guys know the drill. This is a lottery mock draft for the first 14 picks in the 2013 NBA Draft. If I nail it, I will make sure to always reference back to this. If I completely bomb it, I will just pass it off as just another mock draft. There are many mock drafts out there, this is mine: Cleveland Cavaliers: Nerlens Noel (C) – Kentucky Orlando Magic: Ben McElmore...
In terms of the greatest reactions in NBA Draft history to an overall number one pick, ESPN’s Bill Simmons had one vocal one as the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Anthony Bennett.
Watch as Bill drops a Keanu Reeves as the pick is announcer by NBA commish David Stern:
Cavaliers pick Anthony Bennett [The Big Lead]
Thanks to SBNation for this lovely gif of Nerlens Noel after Cleveland Cavaliers selected their No. 1 pick. Oh, yeah it wasn’t him.The post Nerlens Noel isn’t happy about the Cavs No. 1 draft pic (GIF) appeared first on The NBA Passionista .
The Cleveland Cavaliers offered the No. 1 overall pick, Tristan Thompson and Dion Waiters to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Love, according to a source.
The Wolves rejected the trade offer and hope to build around Love under Flip Saunders.
The thinking from the Cavaliers' perspective would be to pair Kyrie Irving with a legitimate All-Star in Love.
The Cavaliers have reportedly...
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INDEPENDENCE, Ohio - The Cleveland Cavaliers started Thursday night's NBA Draft with a surprise, selecting UNLV forward Anthony Bennett with the draft's No. 1 overall pick.
Bennett (6'8, 240) has been recovering from a shoulder injury and didn't go through the pre-draft workout circuit, but he made enough of an impression in his one college season that the Cavaliers...
The Cleveland Cavaliers unexpectedly chose UNLV forward Anthony Bennett with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft Thursday night.
This was the year were there was no clear cut pick for the 1st overall pick, there were rumors of Ben McLemore, Otto Porter, Alex Len, Nerlens Noel, and Victor Oladipo. That being said the Cleveland Cavaliers had other ideas and took Anthony Bennett with the number 1 pick.
Still this is not as bad as a pick that you might think. Bennett already has a NBA body and he is a very versatile...
According to the New York Daily News, Brooklyn Nets GM Billy King reached out to the Celtics about trying to acquire Kevin Garnett:
Multiple sources told the Daily News that the Nets GM inquired about Kevin Garnett’s desire to join Deron Williams in Brooklyn, but King didn't get an answer while uncertainty surrounds the Celtics.
Garnett, 37, has a no-trade clause in his...
The 2013 NBA Draft immediately delivered shock with the Cleveland Cavaliers' selection of Anthony Bennett. The Cavaliers were expected to pick between Nerlens Noel and Alex Len.
1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Anthony Bennett2. Orlando Magic: Victor Oladipo3. Washington Wizards: Otto Porter4. Charlotte Bobcats: Cody Zeller5. Phoenix Suns: Alex Len6. New Orleans Pelicans (for 76ers):...
The Celtics will reportedly receive three first-round picks (2014,’16, and ’18), Gerald Wallace and his eye-sore of a contract, Kris Joseph, Reggie Evans, Keith Bogans, and the expiring contract of one Kris Humphries. They will also have the right to trade first-round picks with Brooklyn in 2017 if the Nets have the higher pick.
The Nets in return will get the NBA’s version...