Anthony Bennett has one big need

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Anthony Bennett has one big need. Minutes. Not just some minutes, but a double-stuffed crust, extra large helping of minutes.  This past Tuesday night, the first-overall pick knocked down open jumpers and corralled in rebounds in route to a 15-and-8 night in what was a career-high 31 minutes. This was the first game all season where Cavs head coach  Mike

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Cavaliers Summer League Schedule Announced

The Cleveland Cavaliers, one of the 6 charter teams of the NBA Summer League will once again be participating in the NBA’s summer exhibition league in Las Vegas. This year, the Summer League is up to a record 24 teams participating (23 NBA teams and 1 D-League Select All-Star team). For those unfamiliar with the

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Cavaliers Recall Luke Harangody to Cleveland

The Cleveland Cavaliers announced Wednesday afternoon that they have brought Luke Harangody back up to the big club from the D-League’s Canton Charge. Harangody, who had a huge game filling in for Antawn Jamison in Washington last weekend, was in the middle of helping the Charge in the D-League Playoffs, but will now finish out

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Luke Harangody goes legend against Wizards, then back to D-League

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I’m fairly certain that no player has ever led his team in both points and rebounds during an NBA game one night, and then been sent immediately down to the NBA’s Developmental League that following morning. That is until Luke Harangody did as much for the Cleveland Cavaliers this weekend. Harangody played for the Canton

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Cavs Send Christian Eyenga to D-League

With the Erie Bayhawks set to start their season this Friday, the Cavaliers have assigned 2009 first-round draft selection Christian Eyenga to their NBA Development League affiliate. Last season, Eyenga – who his teamamtes refer to as “No English” – signed with DKV Joventut (more notoriously known for point guard Ricky Rubio), where he played very limited minutes,

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Here’s Your Chance To Tryout For the NBA D-League

When a team loses its star player, it can often be difficult to project how big of an impact the loss will be on the team as a whole. When said star player is LeBron James, you would certainly expect the impact to be catastrophic to the team who lost him. While some who have

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Think You’ve Got What It Takes?

“So if any of you has any fantasies about running out of that tunnel with your helmet shining in the sun …you best leave them right here.”- RUDY Have you dreamed of making the final shot at the buzzer? In your backyard do you set up at the three point line and imagine LeBron driving

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Cavaliers Building a Farm System?

Sure, we all know that the Cavs have their very own (okay, shared) team within the D-League.   But typically, this has been a place for the Billy Thomas’ of the world to hang out and chuck up threes.  Now, it appears that Danny Ferry is using this teamto his advantage; placing players on the Bayhawks

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The Return of Tractor?

Now that the NBA Draft is in the rear view mirror and the free agent frenzy continues to unfold, the summer league is just getting underway. Typically a common ground for false hopes and overachieving, the summer league allows fans and scouts alike to (hopefully) find that Josh Cribbs like player; but obviously a basketball

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D-League Affiliation: A “Unique” Situation

I have to be honest.  Scouring the NBA D-League for news and notes is not exactly at the top of my day-to-day blogging list.  But thanks to the fellas at Ridiculous Upside, I no longer have to.  Yesterday, the D-League – the same league that brought us Billy Thomas and Lance Allred – announced the affiliation system for

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