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Podcap: New York 110, Cleveland 98 (Or, PLAYOFFS!!!!!!!)

Cavs: The Blog (Nate Smith) — Our long national nightmare, the NBA 2018 Tankthon, has ended. The Cavs’ extended preseason known as the NBA regular season has also ended. The playoffs (all hale Jim Mora) are here! Before we get to that though, we had a basketball game in Cleveland. The Cavs played the Knicks. LeBron James started, got to ten points, and given that Philly was Anhillating the Bucks and that Boston was...
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Live Thread: Knicks @ Cavs

Cavs: The Blog (David Wood) — If you’re still watching the Cavs this far into the season, you’ve done it. You’ve survived one of the most bizarre seasons in recent memory. I’m not going to get too deep into it, but just keep in mind that the team traded Kyrie Irving for Isaiah Thomas, Brooklyn’s first round pick this season, Jae Crowder, and Ante Zizic. Zizic is the only player still on the team.  And, remember this....
  • 95 days ago
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Recap: Cavs 123, Knicks 109 (Or, Of Course)

Cavs: The Blog (JMay) — Not a lot happened in this game that was unexpected. The Cavs managed to beat the New York Knicks 123 to 109. They accomplished this feet by trying, well, only sometimes. Of course this would be the outcome and everyone in the arena knew it. New York is in tank mode and Cleveland doesn’t much care about their seeding going into the playoffs. Fortunately, the Cavs did manage to get...
  • 97 days ago
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Live Thread: Cavs @ New York Knicks (or, the long awaited LeBron – Kanter feud (JK))

Cavs: The Blog (Elijah Kim) — Cleveland heads to the Big Apple with a chance to clinch the divisional title tonight.  Likely the No. 4 seed regardless of what happens, the Cavs look to beat the Knicks team that fell off the playoff contending map once Kristaps Porzingis went out with the knee injury.  In a continuing theme, despite George Hill coming back into the starting lineup, the Cavs will not be fully healthy as...
  • 97 days ago
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Live Thread: Cavs @ Hornets

Cavs: The Blog (David Wood) — The Cavs are in Charlotte tonight to take on the Hornets. This is the fourth and final game of the their road trip. They’re 2-1 so far, which is better than it seems. They needed hot Kyle Korver fourth quarters in  their wins against the Mavs and Knicks. It’s not going too far to say that they got lucky twice. Charlotte gets  Nicolas Batum back for the first time this...
  • 242 days ago
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Recap: Cavs 104, Knicks 101 (Or, Heavy Lies The Crown)

Cavs: The Blog (Joshua Martin) — This game provided a little bit of everything tonight for the Cleveland Cavaliers and was a roller coaster of emotions. At one point in the third quarter, I would have turned the game off if I wasn’t recapping it. The Cavs displayed numerous levels of effort throughout this game which continues to be frustrating as a fan. This team seems to be able to compete at a high level when...
  • 244 days ago
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Live Thread : Cavs @ Knicks

Cavs: The Blog (Joshua Martin) — The Cavs continue their road trip tonight as they take on the Knicks who are 4-1 in their last five games. Kristaps Porzingis is currently playing like an MVP candidate and it will be interesting to see how the Cavs defend him. Their rebounding woes were very apparent against the Rockets and tonight Lebron’s nemesis Joakim Noah is making his season debut after serving a 20 game...
  • 244 days ago
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Thoughts On the Cavaliers’ Rotation.

Cavs: The Blog (Mike Schreiner) —   The Cleveland Cavaliers have been a bit of a mess to start the season, and there are a lot of reasons for it. Whether it’s been lack of effort, poor defense (due to that effort), injuries, or the growing pains of adding eight new players, things haven’t gone smoothly for the Wine and Gold. They’ve lost games to the Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks, Indiana Pacers, and...
  • 245 days ago
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Live Thread: Cavs vs. Knicks

Cavs: The Blog (Nate Smith) — Derrick Rose is back in the fold. His new starting teammates are Tristan Thompson and J.R. Smith. After lazy effort against New Orleans, Cleveland looks to rebound (literally and figuratively) against the mediocre Knicks. If the Cavs go after loose balls and play like they give a crap, they can beat anyone. If they don’t, they can’t. Go Cavs.
  • 259 days ago
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