• Playoff Recap: Cleveland 111, Boston 102 (Or, The Better Bullies)
  • Playoff Live Thread: Celtics @ Cavs Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals
  • Playoff Recap: Cleveland 116, Boston 86 (or, “We Could be Royals…”)
  • Playoff Live Thread: Cavs vs Celtics
  • From Distance: An Introduction

Recap: Bleeeeech.

Overview: On the road against a tough Magic team and still without Z, the Cavaliers were able to establish a rythym early, but at about the midway point of the second quarter lost their momentum and never really grabbed hold of the reigns after that. After they put up monstrous lines against the Kings, the league’s 3rd best defense was able to hold LBJ and Mo to a combined 14-42…

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Recap: Mo Williams!

MoTown! Mo Domination! Mo Better Blues! I want some Mo! Eat at Mo’s! Just say Mo! Overview: Taking advantage of a ridiculously porous Sacramento Kings defense, LeBron James’ triple-double wasn’t even close to being the line of the night as Mo Williams posted an unworldly 43/8/11 to lead the Cavs to a win in a shootout against a surprisingly feisty Kings team that hung around into the fourth quarter.  Cavs-Related…

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Recap: Of Heat-Checks and Hip-Checks

Overview: In a chippy game that came down to the wire, the Cavs used a 33/14/9 night from LeBron James and 25 from Mo Williams to outlast a game Jazz team with a 24/15 from Paul Milsap and 17 points/16 assists from Deron Williams. Cavs-Related Bullets: LeBron came out of the gate swinging and made a beautiful backdoor cut for an absolutely VISCIOUS stuff on a slow-rotation Krylo Fesenko, who looks…

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Recap: Cavs get hyphy, play dumb, escape with nail-biter

Overview: Against a Warrior team spurred by the return of Monta Ellis and able to break the 100-point mark against the Cavaliers’ vaunted defense, the Cavs were able to steal a win thanks  to a buzzer-beating jumper by LeBron James, the first buzzer-beating game-winning jumper of his career. Cavs-Related Bullets: Wow. Wow. Wow. That’s as high as my heart rate’s gotten all season. The cardiac Cavs are back in full…

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Recap: Where You Can’t Have Everything, Especially When You’re Missing Stuff

Overview: Undermanned and outgunned, the Cavaliers were able to overcome the Blazers despite being much thineer because of the descrepancy between the Cavaliers’ and Blazers’ two best scorers. LeBron James finished with 34/7/14 and Mo Williams had a season-high 33 on only 19 field goals to allow the Cavs to hold off the Blazers, who had to suffer a combined 16-43 shooting performance from Brandon Roy and LaMarcus Aldridge.  Cavs-Related…

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How To Relax During the Next Two Days

First Things First: -I probably should have done a better job explaining the WWL paraphernalia that now adorns this site, seeing as to how it’s the reason this site exists and a fairly huge deal. In my defense, I was really tired and had spent four hours jostling with media members and watching my team get killed and then two more hours writing two separate recaps of it. -For those…

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Recap: Well, That Went Well

SPECIAL BREAKING ANNOUNCEMENT AND STUFF: Hey folks, you may have noticed that this site now has an ESPN bar on top and on the side. Or, more likely, as this site was created specifically for the launch of the TrueHoop network, you may have noticed that there’s a site attached to the NavBar and Video Player you’ve become familiar with. Welcome, all. Check our archives. Have a drink. Hang out…

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WEEKEND EXTRA RECAP YEAAAH: Cavs vs. Hornets

Overview: Ridiculously short-handed and on a back-to-back coming off one of their worst games of the year, the Cavs “bounced back” by taking care of business against a New Orleans team that just didn’t look like they wanted to be there, never going into overdrive but controlling the entire game. Cavs-Related Bullets: -SASHWALLY DOMINATION!!!! FEED THE BEASTS! It’s about time overpaid white people caught a break. Of all the players…

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Recap: LeBron Dominates Stat Sheet, D-Miles Dominates Feel-Good Vibes

Overview: With the Cavs missing their starting frontcourt duo and forced into starting Lorenzen Wright, the Cavs used lockdown defense, a barrage of three-pointers, and most of all an absolutely dominant performance from LeBron James, who posted his second triple-double of the year, to propel the Cavs to a second-half takeover and a comfortable double-digit win. Cavs-Related Bullets: -LeBron was freaking ridiculous. Tonight, we got LeBron as a requiem in…

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Recap: Sending A Message

Overview: Well, that was fun. The Cavs jumped on the now-officially slumping Celtics and just never quite looked back, dominating the 1st and 4th quarters and holding the line well enough in the 2nd and 3rd to keep the Celtics from ever getting a lead. LBJ was completely dominant, getting to the hole at will, rendering Paul Pierce completely and utterly ineffective, and peppering in long-range jumpers and finding teammates…

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Recap: Let’s Just Play the Bobcats Every Game

Overview: With the Cavs coming off their lowest point of the year and the Bobcats coming off their highest point, the Wine and Gold looked pumped while the ‘Cats looked exhausted. The Cavs got on Charlotte right out of the gate and never looked back, holding a double-digit lead the entire way and allowing LeBron to sit for the entire fourth quarter. After a stretch of more human-level ball, the…

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