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Semih Erden is not walking through that door, fans. Or is he? The Turkish center, who played in 37 games with the Celtics last season, is open to potentially returning to Boston, according to CSNNE.com. Erden -- now a member of the Cavaliers after being dealt to them for a draft pick prior to last year's trade deadline -- did not play during the teams' matchup on Sunday night, and has not played in the last four games for Cleveland. The 25-year-old big man will be a free agent this summer, and he told CSNNE.com that the C's will be...
BEST OF MAXIM
I’ve seen this go through the Twitterverse and it has come up among conversations with other Cavalier fans in person. There is a strong belief among many that the Cavaliers will, in as little as two years time, have 13 new players on the roster, with only Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson remaining.
While the Cavs certainly don’t have another dynamic core player emerging from...
Cavaliers rookie guard Kyrie Irving won't let the first big moment of his NBA career go to his head.
Irving made a layup with 2.6 seconds left on Sunday in Boston as the Cavaliers scored the game's final 12 points in an 88-87 win. With his father, Drederick, watching from a courtside seat, Irving spun in the lane beneath all those dangling Celtics championship banners and...
Irving with the game winner
Lets do this all over again.
Tuesday night the Boston Celtics (9-10) travel to Cleveland for a rematch with the Cavaliers (8-11).
I’m going to keep this one brief. Rajon Rondo is out again for the Celtics. Anthony Parker and Daniel Gibson are out for the Cavaliers. No word yet (as of this writing) on who will be the starting SG. Coach Scott could start...
Kyrie Irving has numbers similar to another rookie who played for the Cavaliers.
With one minute to go in the first half on Sunday, as the TD Garden's "Noise Meter" urged Boston's faithful to their feet, Kyrie Irving calmly fired a laser from the top of the key through the Celtics defense. That pass found Anderson Varjeao standing wide open underneath the rim, who then regained a one point lead for his Cavaliers, 42-41. After an ensuing basket...
Quicken Loans Founder and Chairman Dan Gilbert announced this morning that his real estate arm, Rock Financial LLC, will close soon on the purchase of a ninth downtown building - the landmark Federal Reserve building at 160 W. Fort St.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers lottery selection DeSagana Diop airballed a free throw last night. It was fairly epic.
The best part may be that his second attempt went glass.
Over 10 NBA seasons after being selected eighth overall in 2001, Diop has averaged 2.0 points per contest. The 7-footer is making $6.5 million this year.
(h/t to Brian Boesch)
The youngster is starting to get comfortable in fourth quarters, a good sign for the Cavaliers
Holding on, after accumulating a 20-point lead, late against the Cavaliers allowed Boston to extract revenge on the Cavaliers, 93-90, who stole one in Boston on Sunday night. Anderson Varejao was the story of the night with his 20-20 performance, which included 10 offensive rebounds.
Cleveland wasted no time in setting the tempo early led by Kyrie Irving and Ramon Sessions attacking...
Kyrie Irving scored 23 points, sinking a layup with 2.6 seconds left as the Cleveland Cavaliers scored the last 12 points of the game to beat the Boston Celtics 88-87 on Sunday night.