While the Cleveland Cavaliers plan on re-signing Jarrett Allen, the cost to do so is likely to come at a steep cost for the club. Terry Pluto of Cleveland.com wrote that a discussion with one agent offered a scenario of Allen’s contract negotiations that may involve as much as $125 million.
Darius Garland has had a heck of a bounce-back season for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and has had 17.4 points and 6.1 assists per outing. Prior to a left ankle sprain leading to him having missed seven games, Garland had been in a particularly nice groove, too.
When he’s been available for the Cleveland Cavaliers this season, Taurean Prince has had his share of nice outings. Prince, who was acquired, to go with Jarrett Allen of course, via trade from the Brooklyn Nets via the James Harden-centric mega deal, has done a pretty nice job.
Stephen Curry is often viewed as superhuman, due to his insane abilities on the court. Curry often makes ridiculous shots from way beyond the 3PT line, and even when he's finishing inside, he often makes crazy circus shots.
Currently on a hardship exception end-of-career stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers, we haven’t seen Anderson Varejao get a ton of playing time. That second 10-day hardship exception stint was extended/granted, per a report from Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com on Friday, for the record, though.
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The ending stretch of this campaign hasn’t been noteworthy for the Cleveland Cavaliers, not even a little bit. The Cavaliers have been ravaged by injuries, sure, but so many NBA teams have had a litony of injuries, all throughout this season.
Cleveland Cavaliers wing Isaac Okoro has possibly been one of the most scrutinized picks from the 2020 NBA Draft. For as much as he was sought after for his highly-touted defensive skill set, he was considered at best, raw on the offensive end.
It’s been a difficult season for the Cleveland Cavaliers from an injury standpoint, as has been the case for so many NBA teams. The condensed scheduling hasn’t aided clubs from more strings of potential injury absences, but again, all teams have had to deal with it.
Cleveland Cavaliers star forward Kevin Love made headlines recently for the wrong reasons. In a clear expression of boiled-up frustration, Love threw a tantrum in the middle of their game against the Toronto Raptors last month.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have yet to win their first game of the month of May, but they may have a solid chance to get that win on Wednesday night. The Cavs are facing the Boston Celtics, a team that has been severely bitten by the injury bug as of late.
When healthy, center Isaiah Hartenstein has played well for the Cavaliers, and it may have earned him a larger paycheck, per Zach Lowe of ESPN. Hartenstein, 22, is 7-foot-0 and has appeared in 16 games with the Cavs after a trade with the Nuggets.