Box Score: Pistons 104 Cavs 97

After holding a three point lead at half time, the Cavaliers fell behind shortly in the third quarter and could never quite catch up. Cleveland made a strong push in the fourth quarter, getting stop after stop on the defensive end, but continously came up empty on the offensive side of the ball. The Cavs were led by

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Cavaliers’ Backcourt Shines, Gee’s Putback Snaps 4-Game Losing Streak

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The Hawks have been almost entirely retooled. Gone are Joe Johnson, Marvin Williams, Mike Bibby, and Flip Murray from that 2009 team the Cavaliers swept in the second round of the playoffs. In are Lou Williams, Jeff Teague, and Devin Harris and a faster paced style. One of the few remaining players, Josh Smith, led

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Box Score: Heat 110, Cavaliers 108

Win or lose, at the end of this game I couldn’t help but be proud of my beloved Cavaliers. Without Kyrie Irving, they were competing with the reigning NBA Champs on their home court — although, the advantage isn’t really a notable one. But yet, a loss like this still hurts. The most prolific three-point

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While We’re Waiting… More Love for Pargo

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While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at tips@waitingfornextyear.com. Long-term takeaways from the Cavs’ surprising win over the 76ers: “Jeremy Pargo could be the backup point guard the Cavs have been looking for.

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While We’re Waiting… Thankful for Jeremy Pargo

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Today, as a special version of While We’re Waiting, I wanted to go team-by-team as I share what I’m thankful for here in November 2012. For more WFNY thanks, stay tuned at 10 a.m. Cleveland Cavaliers I’m thankful for a very pleasant Thanksgiving Eve surprise in new Cavs point guard Jeremy Pargo: “Pargo’s 28 points

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Pargo’s 28-point Outburst Snaps Cavs’ Six-Game Losing Streak

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“Tonight, we talk about opportunities, and he took advantage of it.” That was Cavaliers coach Byron Scott, talking about his point guard, his recently third-string point guard Jeremy Pargo, he of eight total points over three games this season. Pargo got the start tonight, and 39 minutes later, Jeremy had turned in a career-high 28

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Box Score: Cavaliers 92, 76ers 83

#Pargonanza, #Pargosanity, #Pargomania, or whatever else you want to call it. Jeremy Pargo took over this game and Twitter a la Jeremy Lin or Lester Hudson as the Cavaliers fended off a few late Philadelphia rallies for their third win of the season, 92-83. Pargo scored 28, Dion Waiters had 16, Alonzo Gee added 14

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Report: Waiters to get more minutes because of Irving’s injury

Yesterday, we received word that Jeremy Pargo will be the new starter at the point for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the absence of star Kyrie Irving. Today, we’re learning more about how exactly Byron Scott plans to manage Irving’s lost minutes. Scott said that rookie guard Dion Waiters, who already has averaged 29.2 minutes per

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Jeremy Pargo to start for injured Kyrie Irving

First-year Cavalier Jeremy Pargo will draw the start in Wednesday night’s contest against the Philadelphia 76ers, replacing the injured Kyrie Irving at the point guard spot. Addressing the media at Cleveland Clinic Courts following the team’s shootaround sesssion, head coach Byron Scott stated that he opted for Pargo due to his efforts and communication on

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Report: Point Guards Pargo, Sloan Battling for One Roster Spot

Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal has been all over training camp roster news this week, and his latest blurb last night featured a battle at the guard position: With about a week left in training camp, one of the looming decisions is whether to carry two or three point guards. The Cavs must

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Byron Scott: Only Varejao and Irving are Guaranteed Starters

“If you look at our team, Kyrie (Irving) and Andy (Varejao) are the only starters,” he said. “Tristan (Thompson), C.J. (Miles) and Dion (Waiters) will have to earn it.” That’s the latest on the starting lineup thinking process from Cavs head coach Byron Scott, via Bob Finnan’s report for the News-Herald. Scott shared his excitement

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NBA Trade News: Cavaliers Acquire PG Jeremy Pargo

The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired point guard Jeremy Pargo, Memphis’ 2014 second round draft pick and cash considerations from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for guard/forward D.J. Kennedy. “Our approach remains consistent as we try to bring in young talent, create future opportunity with draft picks as potential assets and maintain flexibility,” said Cavaliers General

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Expect The Unexpected

With Cleveland Cavaliers GM Danny Ferry, you never really know what’s about to happen. The 2008 NBA Draft could be no exception as Ferry prepares to work out plenty of 2nd round caliber prospects. Danny Ferry is short on NBA drafting experience. Thanks to moves of his predecessors such as trades involving Milt Palacio, Jiri

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