If you could only watch one NBA player for the next 10 years, who would it be?

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Technology has evolved like crazy and you have to pick just one player to watch for the next 10 years. Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Kristaps Porzingis are among the prime candidates. Who you got?

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Who Needs Guards? Cavs-Thunder, Behind the Box Score

Kevin Love Cavs Thunder

29 points from Kevin Love and 25 from LeBron James led the shorthanded Cavs to a dominant win over the Thunder in Oklahoma City.

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(Basketball) Star Wars: Thunder-Cavs, Behind the Box Score

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Oklahoma City Thunder (17-9) 100 Cleveland Cavaliers (17-7) 104 Box Score A few hours ago, in an arena downtown … [dun dunnnnnnnnnn, do dooo dooo dooooooo…..] EPISODE XXIV ATTACK OF THE THUNDER It is a trying time for the CLEVELAND CAVALIERS. Young Jedi Kyrie Irving remains injured from a battle against the evil Warriors, and

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Kyrie Irving Haters Club v. City of Cleveland: Case Closed

Kyrie Irving Cleveland Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers fans know Kyrie Irving is great. Or at least they think he’s great, and vocally disseminate that opinion. Fans tend to favor the objects of their own affection in that way. But there’s become a large and confusingly obstinate sector of the basketball-viewing population that is convinced that Irving is less than a

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Cavs vs. Thunder Behind The Boxscore: HUH?!


On the second night of a back-to-back against the best of the West following a tough loss to the Raptors, I gave the Cavaliers virtually no chance of competing tonight, let alone winning. But, they did exactly that, it was a star-studded effort for Kyrie Irving, who trumped the duo of Durant and Westbrook with

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Thunder, Lightning, and Kyrie: A Storm Of Epic Proportions At The Q


We all know how difficult the weather can be to predict. Who hasn’t been caught on a seemingly bright and sunny day without an umbrella when the skies suddenly open up? The Oklahoma City Thunder strolled into snowy Cleveland winners of 35 games in their 46 attempts this season. Meanwhile, the Cavs were less than

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Silver lining on the Varejao injury, the rebuild moves forward

Anderson Varejao

It’s hard not to feel some pain for Anderson Varejao after hearing the news that his knee contusion was in fact a torn muscle in his leg. Memories of Andy winning the game with a buzzer beating 3-pointer against Atlanta, and giving Ray Allen the business during a national televised game against the Celtics are two

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NBA Playoffs Showing Cavaliers How Hard Building a Championship Team Really Is

Even with Kyrie Irving in place, the Cavaliers still have much work to do

With the NBA Finals drawing near, it’s only natural for fans of teams not currently playing basketball to look on from a distance, wondering what it must take to be one of the teams representing their conference in the Finals. Make no mistake about it, the Cleveland Cavaliers are a very long way away from

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LeBron has MVP showing in 100-99 win over OKC

The Cavs were missing their first and second string PG, missed 20 of 40 free throw attempts,  and had 17 turnovers yet they somehow managed to improve to 26-1 when scoring 100 points in a game with a victory over the OKC Thunder.  LeBron was magnificent and carried the depleted roster in a vintage LBJ

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Cavs Preview Game #45: Thunder at Cavs

Oklahoma City Thunder (24-19) vs Cleveland Cavaliers (33-11) Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH Saturday, January 23, 2010 7:30 PM EST FSOH/WTAM When I was planning for the lottery to split up Cavs group season tickets, I marked this game down as my top choice.  The Thunder have an exciting young team paced by superstar 21

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Cavaliers at Thunder: Open Thread

Cleveland Cavaliers (16-7) @ Oklahoma City Thunder (12-9) Ford Center, Oklahoma City, OK 7:00 PM EST FSN, WTAM 1100-AM The Cavaliers look to collect another W tonight on the road against the suddenly above average Thunder in Oklahoma City. Still weird to consider there is a basketball franchise in that state, but it is definitely

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