Threat Level: Cavs ’ Potential First Round Foes

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The Cleveland Cavaliers were always going to make the playoffs. There was never a doubt about it. A massive influx in talent – particularly via a certain Akron, Ohio native — does wonders for an NBA team’s playoff odds. Even during the gloomiest, most despondent days of the season, when the Cavs hovered around the

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Kevin Love narratives, kid stuff and more – WFNY Podcast – 2015-03-25

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Craig and @nominataur discuss kids and sports and Kevin Love. Plus Disney Junior Live stinking. The fragmentation of the future Watching Up for the first time Having the “death” conversation with kids Realizations about death and The Fall of Freddie the Leaf There will never be another 1985 Cleveland Indians and whether jinxes exist Jimmy

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Please just stop with the Kevin Love nonsense: While We’re Waiting…

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Happy Tuesday WFNY! To my knowledge, I have never discussed the same lead topic in my WWWs in back to back weeks. I always try to bring up something fresh that’s on my mind that I haven’t discussed before. Last week I started off this spot by talking about Kevin Love. So I can’t talk

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Audio: Kevin Love talks Cavs role and relationships on Mike and Mike

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Kevin Love and the pursuit of happiness with his role on the Cleveland Cavaliers has been a season-long topic of conversation. Whether it was the presence of his opt-out clause, rumors that he will return to Los Angeles1 , or LeBron James subtweeting about fitting in, the constant fascination of the elite power forward’s future

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Video: More talk of LeBron James and David Blatt’s relationship

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The Cleveland Cavaliers obviously want to land in the second slot when it comes to the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Atlanta Hawks are leading the pack by a wide margin, but landing at No. 2 means that the road to the Eastern Conference Finals would involve teams like the Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers and Milwaukee Bucks

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Early Sunday afternoon slumber: Cavs vs. Bucks Behind the Box Score

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A 3 p.m. Sunday game that is not on national television is a bit of a rarity in the NBA. So, it’s no surprise that the Cleveland Cavaliers came out a little bit flat against a Central Division foe. The Milwaukee Bucks shot 61% in the first half, but the Wine and Gold used a late

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The Drought Is Over! Pacers vs Cavaliers: Behind the Box Score

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Indiana Pacer (30-38) 92 Cleveland Cavaliers (45-26) 95 Box Score It’s over! We’re going back! After nearly five long, painful years wandering the desert in search of watchable basketball, Cavs fans are finally going back to the playoffs. I know you’re weary, Cavs fans, your throats drier than a torts treatise, yearning for just a

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J.R. Smith loves being a Cavalier

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Camaraderie and team chemistry are both very important when it comes to a team being successful. For the Cleveland Cavaliers, it seems like they have both of those, and seem to all love being around each other as well. In an Instagram post that went up after the Cavs win over the Brooklyn Nets Wednesday night, shooting guard J.R. Smith showed

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Missing day one of the NCAA tourney, plus Kevin Love narratives – WFNY Podcast – 2015-03-20

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I caught up with Andrew to discuss the fact that I missed all of day one of the tourney. We also discussed the Cavs and the Browns and other stuff like the following… Not getting to see the tourney and the torture Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins and Suh Placing Ryan Tannehill in the ranks

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LeBron James leads NBA in shoe sales for 2014

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Whether in the bright lights of Miami or more industrial feel of Cleveland, one thing remains consistent: Lebron James’ shoe continues to dominate the rest of the NBA in terms of sales. For the second consecutive year, James has had the NBA’s best selling shoe, according to SportScanInfo. James’ signature shoe, led by Nike’s LeBron

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Steph Curry would vote LeBron MVP (after himself)

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With the regular season rolling down the home stretch, the MVP race is heating up. There are five legitimate candidates currently in the race for the most valuable player – Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis, James Harden, LeBron James, and Russell Westbrook. In an interview with “The Dan Patrick Show” on Tuesday, Curry said that he would vote to

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March Madness, the NCAA, and Do Other Fans Hate Cleveland?: While We’re Waiting…

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Ahh, what a glorious Thursday it should be. Spring is on the horizon, everyone’s recovery from St. Patrick’s Day festivities should be complete, and the Cavs rebounded from a nauseating game in Miami against the Heat with a thrashing of the Brooklyn Nets. After going down 13 early, the Cavs outscored the Nets 108-70 through

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Cutting Down the Nets: Cavaliers vs. Brooklyn Behind the Box Score

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Brooklyn Nets 92 Cleveland Cavaliers 117 Box Score Well that’s better, eh? Two nights after being blown out by the Heat in Miami, the Cavs throttled the Brooklyn Nets at Quicken Loans Arena. LeBron and the gang took a little while to get going, as Brooklyn jumped on them early, but the final three quarters

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Alonzo Mourning questions LeBron leaving Miami

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Last Thursday, WFNY’s Craig Lyndall covered Pat Riley’s shock regarding LeBron leaving the Miami Heat, as Riley somehow thought it prudent to compare it to if Magic Johnson would have left the Los Angeles Lakers. This week, former Miami Heat great Alonzo Mourning decided to take time out of his busy schedule in Austin, Texas for South by

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LeBron James’ Miami home still on market, price dropping

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As WFNY’s Scott Sargent noted back in October, LeBron James put his Coconut Grove, Florida house on the market for what he believed a fair market value of $17 million. Unfortunately, the multi-million dollar mansion market must not be booming in South Florida as the house remains on the market four months later. LeBron did not seem

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Nike’s Kyrie 1 and LeBron 12 get the “Easter” treatment

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There are only a handful of days where NBA players get to deviate from their team colors when it comes to their choice of on-court footwear. Thankfully for those who wish to break away from the norm, and those companies who wish to provide another excuse to outfit them, Easter Sunday is one of those

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Dethroned: LeBron knocked from the top spot in Bill Simmons’ trade value column

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It was bound to happen. LeBron James would start to make too much money, have too much uncertainty surrounding his future, and—gulp—was bound to age beyond a point where his trade value would start to take a hit. Be that as it may, after eight years of having a firm, kung-fu grip on the top

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Points on the Break

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No one would argue that the Cleveland Cavaliers are a lousy team at this point in the season—they’re a very good professional basketball team, especially in the 30 games A.B. (After Bowling). Their unassailable top-tier status is in spite of some obvious flaws and glaring question marks. They’re still in the bottom-third of the league in

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A bump in South Florida: Cavs vs. Heat Behind The Box Score

Cleveland Cavaliers Behind the Box Score.

There were hints of it last night in Orlando when the Cavaliers were less than sharp in closing out the Orlando Magic after taking a huge lead. But in Miami, missing Kevin Love for a second straight night and on a back-to-back, the Cavaliers got blasted by the Heat for the second time this season in

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Bill Simmons admits to his irrational and completely inaccurate beliefs regarding Kyrie Irving

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When we last left Grantland’s Editor in Chief Bill Simmons, he was driving the Kyrie Irving Irrational Hate bus, attempting to pick up guests who would believe his biased and otherwise incredulous beliefs surrounding the Cleveland Cavaliers point guard. Something about a scoring mentality. Something about not making teammates better. Something about his contract extension.

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