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The more time I spend thinking about how Anthony Bennett and his game will fit into the Cleveland Cavaliers rebuilding puzzle the more bullish I become about the big man from UNLV.
As Ryan Kern wrote here at StepeinRules.com back on February 11, "Bennett has a pure jump shot and is absolutely ferocious on the glass. Lose sight of him for a second and he’s flexing at your crowd."
Beyond the obvious benefits of adding a player capable of flexing at your crowd on a moment's notice, though, is also the prospects of Bennett spending some time at the small forward position. Over the weekend, Ed Graney of the Las Vegas Record-Journal told Glenn Moore from Cleveland.com that he also believes in that possibility for Bennett.
But while we'll have plenty of time to discuss the big Canadian, how he fits with Tristan Thompson, Dion Waiters, Kyrie Irving and even what type of impact we can expect from my guy Sergey Karasev in the months ahead, free agency is the task...
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As we’ve been told, the Cleveland Cavaliers will “kick the tires” on Andrew Bynum. I know that Chris Grant likes to explore every option. That’s fine. Having done some car shopping recently, I know I kicked the tires on plenty of cars I had no intention to buy. It’s just part of the game.
Chris Grant needs to kick the tires and then walk away from this one.
I really don’t...
The Brooklyn Nets have reportedly reached out to point guard Shaun Livingston in hopes of replacing former reserve guard CJ Watson.
The NY Post reports that Watson (a player in whom the Cavaliers had interest) is on the verge of a deal with the Indiana Pacers, leaving a hole in an otherwise rebuilt roster.
In 66 games last season between the two teams last season (most of which...
In need of a reserve point guard and some veteran leadership, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly expressing interest in the 36-year-old Chauncey Billups.
Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears reports that, with the Los Angeles Clippers recently acquiring J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley, Billups could be on the outside looking in. The Cavs—along with the San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks...
The Cleveland Cavliers have reportedly expressed early interest in free agents Earl Clark, CJ Watson and Darren Collison.
FOX Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico reports that Chris Grant is one of the many NBA general managers who hit the ground running at the onset of the league’s free agency period which began at midnight on July 1. The Cavaliers are reportedly focusing on post defense...
A source close to Greg Oden has told ESPN.com that the Cavaliers are one of five teams the former number one pick is considering signing with this summer.
Along with the Cavaliers, Oden is expected to choose from a list of teams that include the Miami Heat, Memphis Grizzlies, Boston Celtics, and San Antonio Spurs .
Additionally, a source close to Oden has told ESPN’s J.A. Adande...
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Because yesterday’s Saturday Six Pack: Reasons to love Anthony Bennett went down so smooth it’s time to enjoy a Sunday serving, this time Russki style.
Six reasons to love new Cavaliers’ swingman Sergey Karasev brought to you buy the guy who was excited about Omri Casspi, Sasha Pavlovic, and Jiří Welsch.
1. He can shoot.
The Cavs were and still are in desperate need of wings...
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“We should have known the Cavs would pull something like this. They did it with Tristan Thompson two years ago and again with Dion Waiters last year. They also did...