• Recap: Cavs 113, Hornets 89 (or, On Any Given Tuesday…)
  • Live Thread: Cavs vs. Hornets (#ItStings)
  • On the GL: Scouting the Charge
  • Recap: Chicago 99, Cleveland 98 (Or, At Least It’s Fun Again)
  • Live Thread: Cavs @ Bulls

Recap: Cavs 113, Hornets 89 (or, On Any Given Tuesday…)

Fun fact… the Cleveland Cavaliers are undefeated this season on Tuesdays. They got their first win on Tuesday, October 30th against the Atlanta Hawks… and after last night, they have their second. Maybe we should rename it “Twosday” in their honor. The very good news, is that the Cavs ambushed what had been a relatively hot Charlotte team, and really never let up while stringing together four of their best…

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Live Thread: Cavs vs. Hornets (#ItStings)

The pungent stench on the Cavs’ season hasn’t yet reached Sex Panther levels… but it certainly seems to be trending in that general direction. After a close loss to their fellow Lottery scratchers, the Chicago Bulls, the Cavs return home winners of just one of their first dozen games. To add stinging injury to insult, Kyle Korver (foot/possible trade) will now join Kevin Love (toe surgery), George Hill (right shoulder…

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On the GL: Scouting the Charge

As the Cavs were taking on the Bulls, Saturday night, I traveled to downtown Canton to take in the Charge home opener. The Cavs’ G-League little brother, The Canton Charge, took down Atlanta’s affiliate, the Erie Bayhawks, 116-112 in a haphazard affair that saw no less than seven technical free throws, five delay of game calls, and 45 turnovers. It’s a whole different atmosphere down in the GL. There’s a…

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Recap: Chicago 99, Cleveland 98 (Or, At Least It’s Fun Again)

Leading up to the season most of us were pretty optimistic. With several returning players and a promising new rookie, the Cavs featured some things to be excited about. Unfortunately, pretty quickly it became apparent that the coaching staff, and Ty Lue in particular, had largely sat on their hands all summer long and failed to implement any sort of system. Then Lue got fired, the Cavs hired Larry Drew,…

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Live Thread: Cavs @ Bulls

Tonight’s Saturday night match-up is a real doozy. The 1-10 Cavaliers face off against fellow cellar dwellers, the 3-9 Chicago Bulls. Neither one of these teams is good to begin with and both feature some significant injuries. For the Cavs, they are still without All-Star power forward Kevin Love, George Hill, Cedi Osman, and Sam Dekker. They had to sign the former Grizzley Andrew Harrison just to have some more…

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Cavaliers Sign Harrison

With the worst record in the NBA at 1-10 and plagued by injuries to Cedi Osman, George Hill, Sam Dekker, and Kevin Love, the Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard Andrew Harrison to a two-way deal after waiving swingman John Holland. Per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Harrison won’t spend any time with the Canton Charge, and will be on the NBA roster as long as he is with the franchise. Two-way players…

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From Distance: Zion to the Rescue

four point play…. 1. For the first time since 2014, I find myself interested in college basketball. To be more specific, Duke basketball. Shocking, I know. With the 2018-2019 Cleveland Cavaliers already living their best tanktastic life, pardon me for checking in on potential Cavs of the future. Unlike Steve Kerr, I am allowed to refer to the kid by name. Yes, that 285 pound freshman, Zion Williamson, is rightfully…

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Live Thread: Cavs vs. Thunder

Buckle up, Cavs fans. On paper, this looks like another winnable game against an ailing squad. Do-everything guard, Russell Westbrook is out with a bum ankle, and noted Cavs killer, Dennis Schröeder looks to start for OKC. The umlaut is also known as Schroeder’s cat around these parts, because he only seems to play well when we’re looking. The rest of the time, he stinks. In other news, the Cavs…

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Recap: Orlando 102, Cleveland 100 (The Vets Showed Up and The Refs Backed Off)

The Cavs fought back tonight only to lose to an Evan Fournier last second shot. After being down 11 at halftime, Cleveland held the Magic to just 12 points in the third while scoring 32 themselves behind what seemed like 8,000 Tristan Thompson screens. Cleveland entered the fourth with a nine point lead and all the momentum in the world. A twenty point swing will do that. For most of…

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Live Thread: Cavs @ Magic

The Cavs need a bounce bag win after the drubbing Charlotte handed them and news that the vets think Collin Sexton doesn’t know how to play and that the front office backed out of a handshake deal to trade Kyle Korver if LeBron James left over the summer. Thankfully, the Magic are on a back to back, although they did get the win against the Spurs on Sunday, and are only…

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Recap: Charlotte 126, Cleveland 94 (Hornets Destroy Cavs)

After another eventful week for the roller coaster that is life with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the team was back in action last night as they visited the Charlotte Hornets. Behind the red hot Kemba Walker and the offense installed by new head coach James Borrego, the Hornets are looking to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2016. Meanwhile, the Cavaliers are just trying to find their footing…

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