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The blogosphere, Twitterverse and MySpace-continuum unified in the what-iffing: What if LeBron James signs with Cleveland in the summer of 2014? NBA fans were jumping to conclusions like they had Tom Smykowski's mat from "Office Space." The young squad won the NBA lottery this past week, earning the first pick in the June 27 draft, the third such ... (more)
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There seems to be a "win now" mentality around the Cleveland Cavaliers currently, from both the front office and the fanbase.
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There are plenty of NBA rumors out there. We'll sift through them all to bring you the latest draft buzz, and what it means for the draft and offseason.
If the Cleveland Cavaliers use the first selection in the NBA draft on Georgetown forward Otto Porter, they won't be getting the most out of their good fortune.
The Cavaliers have won the right to pick first in the lottery , perhaps for Kentucky freshman center Nerlens Noel , who is rehabbing a torn ACL, has no offensive game and will not play for a head coach here who can teach it to him.
Teams drafting in the NBA lottery typically have more than one need. The toughest part of the evaluation process is deciding whether to fill a specific need or go with the best available player.
For the second time in three years, Lady Luck smiled on the Cleveland Cavaliers and on owner Dan Gilbert's son Nick, who represented the club at Tuesday night's annual NBA lottery.
Tuesday night was a busy one in the Association: in addition to the Spurs beating the Grizzlies in the Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals, the NBA Draft Lottery was held.
Currently, the First Team All-American is projected to hear his named called right on the edge of the top five picks in the upcoming draft.
While I'm not prone to superstition, it'd be hard to blame NBA general managers if they came donning bow ties to the 2014 draft lottery proceedings.
It was 10 years ago today that the Cleveland Cavaliers secured the No. 1 pick in the 2003 NBA draft lottery.
Former USC center DeWayne Dedmon is still relatively new to the game of basketball, but has a lot of room to grow.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are on top of the NBA draft yet again, only this time there is no LeBron James waiting to save them.
Next time I hit up the the poker room and blackjack tables in Vegas, remind me to stop off in Cleveland to rub Dan Gilbert's son's lucky little head.
With no consensus top prospect in this year's NBA draft class, we still don't know for sure who will go No.
Though reports about this crop's weakness are premature -- it is impossible to know just how good or bad a draft is until years after it's completed -- two things are clear: There is no can't-miss superstar at the top and there are few certainties anywhere.