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Kevin Love for Andrew Wiggins?

  In case you somehow weren’t aware, LeBron James played wide receiver at St. Vincent-St. Mary.  Now he could potentially be playing that same position in the NBA if the Cavaliers front office manages to find him a quarterback in Minnesota’s star power forward Kevin Love. Everyone is aware of Love’s rebounding and shooting ability. […]

Cavaliers Trade Targets

    The endless rumor mill that is the NBA trade season is in full swing which means I get to play pretend GM and attempt to find the Cavaliers the small forward that they so desperately need.  The position has been desolate here in Cleveland ever since LeBron bolted town, but since winning games […]

The Chris Grant Puzzle

  There’s this game that Cavaliers fans like to partake in where they cite the players they would have drafted in place of Tristan Thompson, Dion Waiters, and Anthony Bennett.  Here’s mine just for fun: Jonas Valacinunas, Jeremy Lamb, and Nerlens Noel.  This at times is tiresome since it has been going on ever since […]

The Cavaliers Drinking Game

  Friday night is in but a few hours and the weather near you is probably so poor that when you step outside the impulse to immediately yell “fuck”, is hard to resist. Don’t worry. You need not leave the house to enjoy this evening. Call some friends over, buy a bunch of Christmas Ale […]

The Sky is Always Falling in Cleveland

It’s been a weird week to be a Cavaliers fan.   Why?   Oh, I don’t know…   It took only nine games for the Cavaliers’ to hold a players only meeting. Cavaliers fans on Twitter won’t stop talking about how Dion probably punched Kyrie in aforementioned meeting and that is why Kyrie now has […]

Cavaliers Weekend Preview

  Cleveland Cavaliers at the Charlotte Bobcats(0-1) The Cavaliers play their first away game of the season against the Bobcats on Friday night.  With Jason Lloyd reporting that center Al Jefferson, Charlotte’s big offseason signing, seems doubtful to play, and even if he does he won’t be at 100%, the Cavaliers should be looking to […]

Cavaliers Season Preview: Part 3

~For Part 1 click here, and for Part 2 click here~ “Who will be the Cavaliers’ second leading scorer?” If it isn’t Dion Waiters then either Bynum has been playing significant minutes, Tristan Thompson has gone bonkers with his right hand, or Andy has become one of the best mid-range shooters in the league.  The key for […]

Cavalier Season Preview: Part 2

Read Part 1 of Cavaliers Season Preview by clicking here   “What can the Cavaliers get out of Anthony Bennett this season?” At this point we’ve seen Bennett play 136 preseason minutes, and despite some flashes of the talent that got him selected #1 overall in the first place, it hasn’t been pretty.  He definitely […]

Cavaliers Season Preview: Part 1

  As I sat in awe of the awfulness that was Brandon Weeden’s season ending interception on Sunday against the Lions, I, like most Browns fans, was left wondering what to do with myself.  Sure, there are still ten more games left in the season, but Weeden destroyed any hope left of them being pleasantly […]

Breaking Bynum

  I take my sports opinions seriously.  I want to be right more than I want to be heard.  And I shouldn’t feel the need to even state that, but in the era of 24 hour sports and Twitter, it is hard to decipher between those who just want your attention and those who actually […]

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