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Cleveland Cavaliers ready to live up to their expectations

Since the acquisition of LeBron James last summer, the Cleveland Cavaliers have adopted a championship or bust mentality and today they took the first step toward their goal. Kyrie Irving has found his role alongside LeBron James. Earlier today the second seed Cavaliers beat the seventh seed Boston Celtics 113 – 100 to take a 1 – 0 lead in the series.  The dominant performance...
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So It Begins… Cavaliers-Celtics Game One: Behind the Box Score

Boston Celtics – 100 Cleveland Cavaliers – 113 Cavaliers lead series 1-0 Box Score ‘Twas a Sunday afternoon in Quicken Loans Arena, when King James looked down upon the gathering horde of vicious, sinister Celtics clawing at the gates of his kingdom looking to quench an insatiable thirst for Cavalier blood. King James strapped his battle armor to his chest tighter than...
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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Boston Celtics Game Recap: Irving Shines in Playoff Debut

(Cleveland, OH) – The Cleveland Cavaliers (1-0) topped the Boston Celtics (0-1) in Game One of their first round playoff series, 113-100. The Cavs helped to alleviate some of the concerns about their untested roster with strong performances from playoff newbies Kyrie Irving (30 points), Kevin Love (19 points and 12 rebounds), and Tristan Thompson (12 points and four offensive rebounds...
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Cavaliers shrug off slow start to beat Celtics 113-100

David Richard-USA TODAY SportsCleveland, OH - The Cleveland Cavaliers faced off against the Boston Celtics this afternoon in Game 1 of their first-round Eastern Conference playoff series. They are favored to knock off the Celtics fairly easily, but that wasn’t the case in Game 1, as the Celtics got off to a very quick start and led 31-27 at the end of the first quarter. LeBron...
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Kyrie Irving Is Jalen Rose’s Doppelganger According To Cavs Bobblehead

Today’s task — start off with a layup! Go to Facebook & LIKE this post: #CavsGoldenTicket — Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) April 8, 2015 As a part of their “Golden Ticket” contest (which features a grand prize of two playoff tickets for every home Cavs playoff game), the Cleveland Cavaliers will be giving away Article...
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Kyrie Irving’s Growing Legacy Takes Another Step With Playoffs Approaching

In the space of the last five years, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving has gone from avidly-pursued high school recruit to NBA veteran, reaching a number of different milestones along the way. Irving is now just weeks away from being in position to create a new chapter to his growing legacy, when he competes in his first postseason action ever at either the college or professional...
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ESPN ranks Kyrie Irving as only the ninth best PG in NBA

Back in October, when Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving was coming off a three-year start to his career that saw him become a brilliant scorer who had difficulties playing defense or staying healthy, ESPN saw fit to rank him as the 23rd best player in the NBA and the seventh best point guard. Damian Lillard, John Wall, Tony Parker, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, and Chris...
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Cleveland Cavaliers clinch playoff spot

The Cleveland Cavaliers accomplished one of their goals for the year in a win over the Indiana Pacers on Friday night. With the victory, they secured a playoff spot in the Eastern conference. The news is something that fans have not been accustomed to hearing over the last few years. This year is different though. The success surrounding the team has revitalized the Cleveland Cavaliers’...
March 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Watch Kyrie Irving drop 57 points on the Spurs

With less than a minute left in the third quarter of Thursday night’s contest against the San Antonio Spurs, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving had 28 points—a good night, to be sure. When it was all said and done, and the Cavs triumphed over the reigning champions, Irving finished with an NBA season-high 57 points, topping his previous high of 55, large in part to...
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March 13, 2015  |  Discuss

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