Playoff Live Thread: Cavs vs Pacers, Game 3, #HomeCookin’

2017-04-20

The Pacers finally get to play a playoff game at home, where they went 29-12, a record that is on par with the top 4 teams in each conference.  They will look to get Myles Turner, C.J. Miles, and Monta Ellis in a rhythm, to generate efficient offense when the Cavs elect to focus in on Paul George.  George has been critical of teammates Lance Stephenson and Myles Turner.  The…

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Playoff Live Thread: Cavs vs Pacers, Game 2, #HeroBall

2017-04-17

After surviving game 1, the Cavs look to clean up some of the unforced errors that prevented them from cruising to a comfortable victory.  Coach Lue mentioned that the initial half-court defense was fairly stout (in the second half, perhaps) but that the 50/50 balls were all going to Indiana.  While not a must-win for either team, the Cavs as a franchise have apparently (per NBA.com) never lost a playoff…

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Talking Cavs with Mark Neal

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2017-04-14

Mark and I chat about the integrity of the Nets sitting and allowing Chicago a freebie, forcing Miami out of the playoffs, the state of the Cavs, and look at each matchup, making predictions along the way.  Finally we choose our MVPs.  

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Talking Cavs with Mark Neal

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2017-04-07

Back in the studio after a hiatus to talk Cavs with Mark.  What does the #1 seed really mean to the Cavs?  This season’s surprise teams, the next young team to ascend, LeBron’s legacy, and more.

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Live Thread: Cavs vs Bucks

2017-02-27

LeBron’s back from his bout with strep throat and will play tonight, according to Coach Lue.  Kyle Korver, who appeared to injure his knee in the loss to the Bulls, is good to go as well.  The Cavs will not have Deron Williams tonight.  In fact, it’s not even been reported yet that they have signed him. The Bucks, to their credit, have gone 4-2 since Jabari Parker was lost…

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Talking Cavs with Mark Neal

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2017-02-17

Mark and I talked about the dunk contest, the Derrick Williams addition, Love v Melo comparison, the Knicks, Lakers, and Nets simultaneously being the most embarrassing franchises in the NBA.  We also covered the pleasant surprises and disappointments around the league, and the sleeper teams in each conference. As a follow on to the caller, Clifford, who wondered about seller’s remorse on Wiggins, here are Wiggins career scoring splits: 19.9…

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