• ThreadCap: All Star Sunday (#TorchPass)
  • Live Thread: All Star Saturday (#TheBuzz)
  • From Distance: Cedi Bores and Other Things
  • Recap: New Jersey 148, Cleveland 139, 3OT (or, Beautiful Disaster)
  • Live Thread: Cavs vs Nets

Looking Back At The Cavaliers’ Trade Deadline

While the Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t actually make a trade on deadline day, they were extremely active in the days prior, dealing starters Rodney Hood and Alec Burks to the Portland Trailblazers and Sacramento Kings, respectively. When all was said an done, their spots on the roster were filled by Brandon Knight and Marquese Chriss, but as is always the case when it comes to trades in the NBA, there is…

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Trade Deadline Madness

What a 24 hours. The Cavs move Alec Burks, Harrison Barnes goes to Sacramento, Stanley Johnson and Thon Maker trade places, Tyler Johnson Goes to Phoenix, Herculoid Wayne Ellington will probably get bought out, LeBron James shows a complete and total lack of self-awareness, and KD makes that seem completely irrelevant by giving one of the more bizarre media availability sessions in recent memory… whew! And that wasn’t even on…

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Live Thread: Cavs vs. Celtics (#StayWokeTuesday)

It’s Tuesday again… time to #StayWoke and hope that second day of the week luck kicks in once more for the Cavs as they host the Boston Celtics tonight at the Q. The one guy who won’t #StayWoke though, is the same dude who popularized the saying a while back, Kyrie Irving. It’s curious that Uncle Drew chose not to make this trip to Cleveland, the second avoidance of his…

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Live Thread: Mavs at Cavs

The Dallas Mavericks come to Cleveland to take on the Cavaliers tonight at Quicken Loans Arena. This will be a night of firsts and lasts for Cavalier fans as they get their first up close look at rookie sensation Luka Doncic, while Mavs legend and future Hall of Famer Dirk Nowitzki plays his final game at the Q. After a hot start, the Mavericks have fallen off, and currently sit…

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From Distance: Dallas Joins the EU

four point play…. 1. The NBA has given me much to be happy about over the last week. The Cavs have played passable ball on both ends of the floor winning the last two, Cedi Osman has finally connected his brain to his skill-set for an extended period of time, Matthew Dellavedova was mic’ed up (that’s all I have on that, that’s just fun), and the New York Knicks traded…

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Podcap: Cavs 116, Wizards 113 (or, Twofor Tuesday)

Well that was almost too close to call… but, the Cavs prevailed on yet another Tuesday night, running their win streak to two games for only the second time this season. The wine & gold dominated the Wall-less Wizards for just over 40 minutes before nearly choking away a 25 point lead in the final eight minutes. Cedi Osman and Jordan Clarkson were the two-headed scoring monster for the Cavs,…

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Live Thread: Cavs vs. Wizards (#TuesdayMagic)

It’s that day again Cavs fans… time to see if the magic of Tuesday can return for the wine & gold. After a stumble on the last one against the Pelicans (despite a furious comeback), what better team for the Cavs to conjure up another Tuesday win against than the visiting Wizards? After all, Cleveland had one of their more convincing victories the last time they saw Washington on December…

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Live Thread: Cavs @ Bulls (The Losing Edge)

Tank Battle Mark IV, Cavs fans. While the Cavs are 0-3 against the Bulls this season, they are only two games ahead of (behind?) the Bulls in the loss column at 9-41 versus 11-38. Amazingly, the Cavs make up a whopping 27% of the Bulls’ win total this year. There’s a lot on the line here. While the odds for the top four picks are essentially even for the bottom…

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Recap: Heat 100, Cavs 94 (Or, A Back and Forth Affair)

I was not so foolish this time around. You see, I wanted to have hope that the Cavs would pull of a victory in this third match-up against the Miami Heat. The first two games I expected them to actually win. I’ve learned. Apparently Cleveland can’t score more than 94 points against Miami. And in an age where teams are regularly and more commonly putting up 120+ points, 94 is…

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