The Cleveland Cavaliers haven’t played in what’s felt like a decade, but Darius Garland should benefit from that for next season. The last game action for the Cleveland Cavaliers was on March 10, in what was a close loss to the Chicago Bulls.
With the #5 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, many names have been linked to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Dayton’s Obi Toppin sticks out as a possible selection in the upcoming draft for the Cleveland Cavaliers for many reasons.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have started their few weeks of upcoming workouts with individual work first, but Andre Drummond is a notable absence. The Cleveland Cavaliers started their three weeks of upcoming workouts/minicamp-type run this week, and that’s started with individual work.
Us Cleveland Cavaliers fans seem to be well aware of what Andre Drummond can provide. During this now-past season for Andre Drummond, he averaged a career-best when it comes to scoring with 17.7 points per game, and he’s clearly a formidable presence on the interior.
Devin Vassell should be a prospect the Cleveland Cavaliers are very strongly considering in the upcoming draft. The Cleveland Cavaliers have a lot of issues to fix and they can look to get rid of some in this year’s NBA Draft.
From my perspective, Onyeka Okongwu should be a 2020 NBA Draft prospect that’s firmly on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ radar. At this point, the Cleveland Cavaliers are slated to have the fifth overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, and while that was maybe disappointing to some, Cleveland should land a quality contributor.
Collin Sexton was on quite a tear in what would end up being the closing portion of 2019-20 for the Cleveland Cavaliers. As we’re well aware of, the 2019-20 campaign has been over in terms of game action for quite some time for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
It was great to see the Cleveland Cavaliers and Larry Nance Jr., to go with LeBron James, show their support for the Cleveland Browns. It’s been really tough for us Cleveland Cavaliers fans with the Wine and Gold having not been in game action since March 10.
It’s nice to know that Dylan Windler will be participating in upcoming Cleveland Cavaliers team workouts. The Cleveland Cavaliers will be starting their in-market bubble workouts/team minicamp on Monday and will run through Oct.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are set to begin in-market bubble workouts on Monday, which should aid Kevin Porter Jr. It was unfortunate for the Cleveland Cavaliers that they were not invited to Orlando for the NBA’s season restart, but it is meaningful that they’re set to begin in-market bubble workouts next week.
Tristan Thompson has definitely made his mark with the Cleveland Cavaliers. With the fourth pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers drafted a player who would forever change their franchise and help the team win its first ever NBA title in 2016.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly willing to use their mid-level exception this offseason if they believe that a player is worth it. “Sources say the Cavs are willing to use the MLE — if a player is worth it,” Cleveland.com’s Chris Fedor wrote.
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images The 2020 class doesn’t offer a franchise-defining player, probably. Next year might. The Cleveland Cavaliers probably aren’t getting any top-end talent in the 2020 NBA Draft.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are fortunate to have assistant coach Lindsay Gottlieb well in the fold. The Cleveland Cavaliers have quite an impressive assistant coach in Lindsay Gottlieb, who seems to now be a crucial part of Cleveland’s staff alongside assistant coach Den Geriot and head coach J.B.
The Cavaliers are set to return to their practice facility in mid-September to hold a voluntary minicamp. While most players will be there, pending free agents Tristan Thompson and Matthew Dellavedova will not be participating.
It’s a little unusual to see a player sign with an international team before his NBA contract technically expires, but the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus pandemic presumably played a part in Zizic’s early exit from Cleveland.