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Rookie Report: March 11-March 17, 2019

Troy Pierce | March 22nd, 2019

The Rookie of the Year race is heating up and the final weeks of the NBA’s regular season are upon us.

This week we will be checking on on two rookie point guards looking to make a name for themselves in this league.

Without further ado, here is your Rookie Report for the week of March 11, 2019. Continue reading

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Rookie Report: February 11th-17th

Troy Pierce | February 18th, 2019

With NBA All-Star Weekend looming to start the week, NBA was cut short this week with the weeks’ action ending on Thursday night. This week we’ll be checking in on Cleveland’s “young bull” Collin Sexton. Next, we’ll be checking in on Trae Young and his career night against the visiting Los Angeles Lakers. After that, we will head to the desert for DeAndre Ayton‘s 20-point performance against the Los Angeles Clippers.

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Kyle Korver Heads Back to Utah, Burks to Cleveland

Josh Elias | November 29th, 2018

After a couple months of incessant trade rumors surrounding Cleveland Cavaliers role players such as George Hill, J.R. Smith and Kyle Korver, they have finally made their first move, sending Korver to the Utah Jazz for what will be his second stint with the franchise. In return, Cleveland will reportedly be receiving eighth-year wing Alec Burks and a pair of second-round draft picks.

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The King Returns: Lakers @ Cavaliers Preview

Troy Pierce | November 20th, 2018

LeBron James will make his return to Cleveland tonight. This will be his first visit to Quicken Loans Arena since joining the Los Angeles Lakers in free agency this past summer. LeBron was booed mercilessly in his first return game against the Cleveland Cavaliers as a member of the Miami Heat in 2010. His return this time is sure to be different for one big reason, LeBron kept his promise.

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Cleveland Cavaliers: 2018 Season Preview

Coach Treal | October 6th, 2018

The defending Eastern Conference champions the Cleveland Cavaliers are in store for a different season after four straight trips to the NBA Finals. Unless you have been in outer space since July, the best player on the planet no longer resides in “The Land” during the NBA season. So change is happening one way or another for the Cavs this season but not everyone left with LeBron to LA.

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2018 NBA Draft Steals Predictions

Liam Romero | August 25th, 2018

In recent NBA drafts, a select number of players dominated the media before and after draft night.  Whether it was the risky pick of Ben Simmons, or the birthday conspiracy of Thon Maker in 2016, the Lonzo/Lavar Ball tirade of 2017, or the hype surrounding which big man was better, Deandre Ayton or Marvin Bagley, and even the draft stock of Trae Young in 2018’s draft. In any of these situations, these specific players dominated the NBA media outlets before and after draft night.

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Entertaining Cavs-Lakers Clash Bodes Well For Both Sides

Kit Shepard | July 21st, 2018

The cynical, stereotypical view of the NBA Summer League is that it offers no real indication of how teams will perform when the season starts for real in October. That can often be the case as, with the rosters being dominated by players scrapping for merely a place in the G-League, all squads are missing the vast majority of their key personnel.

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