Anderson Varejao: Cleveland’s “All-Star Guy”

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The elections may be long in the rear view, but the lobbying in Cleveland may be reaching new levels. As the Cavaliers dropped yet another nail-biter to one of the NBA’s elite teams, it was Anderson Varejao who continued to keep his bruised and battered team on the positive side of the ledger, pulling down

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Cleveland Cavaliers End Latest Road Trip in Memphis Tonight

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The Cleveland Cavaliers had an interesting Thanksgiving weekend. Last Wednesday they got things started with a big win at home against Philadelphia to end their losing streak. Jeremy Pargo had an absolutely insane breakout game in filling in for Kyrie Irving. Unfortunately, the Cavaliers had to follow that up with another road trip. This one

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Cavaliers Give it Away in Memphis, Tie Losing Streak Record

The Cavaliers tied the NBA’s consecutive loss record last night in Memphis with their 23rd straight defeat.  It felt like this was the one to break the streak, but, as has been a trend, they squandered their opportunity with a horrendous fourth quarter to lose by 7.  Over the course of about a quarter, from

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Bring on Leon

During last night’s 111-109 overtime loss in Memphis, something was made abundantly clear to me: The Cavaliers under the radar signing of PF Leon Powe will pay big dividends later in the season and into the playoffs. Late in the fourth quarter and into overtime, the Grizzlies and the Cavs were back and forth exchange

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Cavs 109, Grizzlies 111 (OT): LeBron Comes Up Short

“Every eight games or so the Cavaliers have one of these games.” Austin Carr What kind of game are we talking about Austin? You are absolutely right by the way. I don’t know if you could put a number on it, but every couple of weeks the Cavaliers have an absolutely ugly game like this

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Brian Windhorst Shoots Down SLAM-Generated Wallace/Randolph Rumors

As fans of the Cavaliers, we tend to selectively choose what rumors we want to believe.  It helps further our beliefs that we will one day win a championship.  Colin Cowherd hints that Chris Bosh should play in Cleveland?  Where do we sign?  Cavs to offer Rasheed Wallace $10 million per year?  Oh, heck no.

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Cleveland fans probably have more questions than there are answers following the team’s disappointing playoff exit. Brian Windhorst has already answered one of those questions- namely will LeBron sign an extension this summer. (The answer is not likely, in case you missed it.) More questions include decisions from Anderson Varejao (more than likely will opt

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While We’re Waiting… More on Shaun Rogers, Celtics Lose to Clippers, and a Delonte West Injury Update

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. Another thought on the Shaun Rogers/Eric Mangini issue: “The NFL collective bargaining agreement ends at the end of the 2010 season. This

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Cavs/Knicks Trade Rumors Redux

A report from the Morning Journal has a lot of Cavaliers fans stirring. While the entire piece focuses on the ball-dropping summer of Delonte West, the last few bullet points were easily the most intriguing pieces to the off-season puzzle. Rumor mill * The rumor mill has been churning after the Williams deal. The Cavs

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