Evan Mobley is the most recent lottery pick from the Cleveland Cavaliers after they selected him third overall in the 2021 NBA Draft. He became the first player ever to win PAC-12’s Defensive Player of the Year, Player of the Year, and Freshman of the Year all in one season.
The Cleveland Cavaliers landed a big-time prospect in Evan Mobley at #3 overall in the 2021 NBA Draft on Thursday night, and while I’m not going to give them a huge pat on the back, that was the right call there.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers had one job in the 2021 NBA Draft. They did it and walked away with a unicorn in Evan Mobley. With Mobley on deck, the Cavs have an opportunity to pair him with Jarrett Allen, forming a young and menacing defensive frontcourt.
After Team USA managing director Jerry Colangelo ripped Kevin Love’s departure from the team, Love’s former Cavs teammate Richard Jefferson delivered a stinging rebuke that no doubt connected with Colangelo.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have a nice young backcourt in Darius Garland and Collin Sexton, both of whom had encouraging seasons in 2020-21. Garland, while having a fairly underwhelming Year 1, because of a number of factors, bounced back in Year 2, having 17.4 points and 6.1 assists per contest.
Cleveland Cavaliers big man Kevin Love was supposed to have a resurgent experience with Team USA this summer in Tokyo. Following Love’s abrupt exit, he was recently blasted by Team USA managing director Jerry Colangelo for asking for the opportunity to play but not being in shape to handle the job.
The Cleveland Cavaliers made a no-brainer selection in the 2021 NBA Draft by them going with USC big Evan Mobley #3 overall. There was a lot of speculation leading into it involving what the Cavaliers would do with their pick and many thought they would trade it.
The Cavaliers have their big man of the future after they selected USC's Evan Mobley with the No. 3 overall pick of the 2021 NBA draft on Thursday. And Mobley is about to make some head-turning money on his rookie contract...
The Cavaliers enter the offseason with several question marks, including whether the backcourt of Darius Garland and Collin Sexton will remain intact. While both players are drawing interest around the league, neither player is expected to be moved for draft picks or young players, Adrian Wojnarowski on ESPN’s Woj & Lowe.
Allen will hit restricted free agency, and the Toronto Raptors, Dallas Mavericks and Charlotte Hornets are among potential suitors with available salary-cap space that could lure him away from Northeast Ohio.