Game Preview: Cavs finish first half with pivotal road game in Detroit

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After yet another surprising victory, the Cleveland Cavaliers have just one game left before the All-Star Break. And it’s against a familiar and troublesome opponent. Tonight, the Cavs (19-33) will look to achieve their first four-game winning streak since LeBron James played in Cleveland. They’ll attempt to do so in Detroit against the Pistons, who

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NBA News: Omri Casspi signs with Houston; Josh Smith with Detroit

Former Cleveland Cavalier forward Omri Casspi has signed a free agent contract with the Houston Rockets according to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski- Free agent Omri Casspi has reached agreement on a two-year deal with the Houston Rockets, league source tells Y! Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 6, 2013 Casspi will join Dwight Howard who agreed

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Simmons: Cavs Linked to Potential Swap for Josh Smith

In his latest piece regarding the trade value of NBA players, ESPN/Grantland’s Bill Simmons discussed a potential trade, likely in Simmons-esque jest, involving the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Atlanta Hawks. While discussing Atlanta’s should’ve-been All-Star forward  Josh Smith, a player who is on the outs with his current team, Simmons had the following: Josh Smith trades never seem

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Cavs 93, Hawks 88: Cleveland Clinches #1 Seed and Home Court in the East

Add yet another milestone to the record books. The Cavaliers secured the Eastern Conference regular season title for a second straight season last night while becoming the 18th occurrence (and 9th different franchise) of a team winning 60 games in back-to-back years. It was a meaningful night in Cleveland but one that was definitely contested

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While We’re Waiting… Josh Smith and Amare Stoudemire Rumors, and Wedge’s Frustration

While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar. The other side of the Josh Smith trade: “As a Hawks fan, would I be upset if the Hawks traded Josh Smith?

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Josh Smith Possibly On The Trade Block?

Generally I don’t raise my eyebrows at NBA trade rumors too much. This time of the year, you usually get so many names tossed into the ring that after a while, it all becomes a bunch of white noise. It seems like about 75% of the rumors thrown out there are generally unrealistic anyway, so

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Cavaliers vs Hawks: 5 Things From Game 1

How strange was it to see the Cavs actually playing a game last night? All of those nights off made it seem like the Cavs had a first round bye. (Insert Pistons joke here.) Anyway, here’s my five observations good and bad from last night’s game. Five good things- 1. LeBron. (I could probably just type

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Round Two Game One Numbers and Words

The Cleveland Cavaliers picked up right where they left off in round one of the 2009 NBA Playoffs and had their way with the Atlanta Hawks in Game One by a final score of 99-72. A good omen for the Cavaliers? It is when you consider that no team has ever come back to win

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The Cavaliers’ Free Agency Primer

Please note, this article contains content written by both Scott and Rock, with the first half of the story being penned by Scott and the second half by Rock. As we continue to debate the ever-impressive LeBron going East argument, the list of players that could be leaving their current teams now (as opposed to

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