Cavs reportedly interested in Jamal Crawford; the feeling may be mutual

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Between the return of Mo Williams and Kevin Love’s, um, exposure in ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue,” Monday was a big day for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now, the Cavs are setting their sights on a potential next move: Trading for shooting guard Jamal Crawford of the Los Angeles Clippers. The club is reportedly looking into using

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Mo Williams is back with the Cleveland Cavaliers

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LeBron James proved that you can come home against all sorts of strange odds. That makes the latest bit of Cavaliers news almost pedestrian, but it sure is a lot of fun. Mo Williams appears to be following in James’ footsteps just one season later as he’s reportedly spurning several other contenders in signing a

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Jason Kipnis named to the 2015 MLB All-Star Game

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After not winning the fan vote to be the starting second baseman on the American League team in the 2015 MLB All-Star Game, the Indians Jason Kipnis was named as a reserve on the AL team on Monday. Kipnis was voted in as an AL reserve by the Player Ballot. His selection to the All-Star Game is

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David West goes west, signs with Spurs over Cavs

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There were rumors that David West might sign with the Cavs just days ago. Alas, rather than come to Cleveland the veteran power forward has chosen to go, well, west, as he has signed a one-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs for the veteran’s minimum, worth about $1.4 million. West opted out of his contract with

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Dwayne Bowe: I’m here to fill Josh Gordon’s shoes

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Football season is coming, folks. With the Fourth of July in the rearview and the Indians continuing their up-and-down year, one new Brown is eager to get on the field and show what he can do. Former Kansas City Chief Dwayne Bowe is among a host of new wide receivers hoping to make up for

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Ex-Cav Tyrone Hill being sued for stealing from grease trap biz

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Former Cavalier Tyrone Hill may have gotten himself caught in a greasy grease trap trap. The ex-power forward is being sued for allegedly committing fraud and stealing from Greasers, an Atlanta-based commercial restaurant grease trap business he has 49 percent ownership in. The company is seeking at least $2 million in damages, according to Robert

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Kevin Love: My best basketball is ahead of me

Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love isn’t just in the latest edition of ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue,” he’s one of the covers. And when you’re on the cover, not only do you pose in some of the most creative ways possible, you typically get a lengthy story written about you inside of the issue.

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Indians miss out on an All-Star starter

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Whether fan voting is fair or not, the Cleveland Indians, barring injury, will not have a starter for the 2015 All Star Game. Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, who is arguably one of the best position players in baseball so far in 2015, had the best chance of being named a starter but did not

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Cavs and Nets reportedly discussing Joe Johnson trade

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The wheel o’ rumors keeps on spinning, spinning, spinning, and the latest stop has the Cleveland Cavaliers and Brooklyn Nets talking about a trade built around seven-time All-Star shooting guard Joe Johnson, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. The Cavs would send the Nets Brendan Haywood and his $10.5 million nonguaranteed contract, which Brooklyn could immediately waive

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NBA Rumors: Cavs and Spurs vying for David West

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Kevin Love and Timofey Mozgov have been taken care of and Tristan Thompson is reportedly close to accepting a deal — although perhaps not as close as it seemed a couple days ago — but the Cleveland Cavaliers are still looking to shore up their front line. The team is reportedly very interested in signing veteran

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Indians add international prospects

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July 2 of each calendar year is the day that MLB holds their new crop of 16 year old international prospects from most Latin American countries. The risk can be a bit higher as these are much younger, less-developed players than are drafted through the Rule 4 MLB amateur draft, but the reward is still

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Timofey Mozgov undergoes knee surgery, expected to be out six weeks

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After a busy Wednesday re-signing a few of their free agents, the Cavaliers announced on Thursday that center Timofey Mozgov underwent surgery on his knee. Mozgov had successful right knee arthroscopic debridement on Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic Marymount Surgicenter. Drs. Richard Parker and James Rosneck performed the operation. Mozgov’s rehabilitation process is expected to take

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One pitch away: Carlos Carrasco loses no-hitter in the bottom of the 9th

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One. Pitch. That’s how close Indians righthander Carlos Carrasco was to no-hitting the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field Wednesday night. WFNY will have a full game recap Thursday morning, but here’s the quick and dirty of what happened. Carrasco was perfect through six innings. He struck out 10 to that point, including two hitters in each of

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NBA News: Cavaliers re-sign Iman Shumpert to four-year contract

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July 1 continues to be a great day for Cleveland Cavaliers fans. On the same day Kevin Love announced he’s got “Unfinished Business” in Cleveland, restricted free agent Iman Shumpert has reportedly agreed to a four-year $40 million deal to also remain with the team. The first reports came from Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders

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Cavs reportedly nearing $80 million deal with Tristan Thompson

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It’s starting to get real, guys. Kevin Love declared today that he would stay in Cleveland, and word is that the Cavs are growing closer to locking up Tristan Thompson (on Canada Day, no less!) to a long-term, big money deal. From ESPN’s Marc Stein: The deal is assumed to be for five years. $80

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Unfinished Business: Kevin Love is staying in Cleveland

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Writing letters declaring your free agency intentions is the new black. Kevin Love has been on a GQ cover, so it’s only fitting that he said that he’s staying in Cleveland in the most fashionable way possible. Love penned a first person essay (albeit a brief one) for The Players Tribune entitled “Unfinished Business,” telling the world

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Never mind: Spurs trade Tiago Splitter to Atlanta Hawks (not the Cavs)

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A day ago, the San Antonio Spurs were looking to clear salary cap space in an effort to make room to sign former Trail Blazers star LaMarcus Aldridge. The Cavs looked like a potential trading partner, armed with Brendan Haywood’s contract, which the Spurs could immediately write off. Some combination of Patty Mills, Boris Diaw,

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Kevin Love will (allegedly) meet with Lakers

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You’d be well-served to read Kyle Welch’s Consumer’s Guide to NBA Free Agency Rumor Madness before reading this one: Kevin Love will reportedly meet with the Los Angeles Lakers later this week. This report comes from ESPN’s Chris Broussard, and as of press time has not been confirmed by any other source. Love played at UCLA and

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The United Church of Christ has some opinions on the Indians

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No, the United Church of Christ isn’t concerned about the Cleveland Indians’ lack of hitting or their occasional bullpen woes. The UCC, conversely, has sent a stack of petitions signed by more than 1,000 people to the offices on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario this past Tuesday, calling for the team to not only

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Mike Dunleavy signs three-year deal to stay in Chicago

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So much for that. Yesterday, reports emerged suggesting that the Cavaliers (and LeBron James) were interested in acquiring sharpshooting small forward Mike Dunleavy. Today, Dunleavy has reportedly signed a three-year deal to stay in Chicago. Dunleavy can’t officially sign until July 9 — there is an moratorium on free agency signing until then — but

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