Kyle Korver

Report: Sixers remain interested in trading for Kyle Korver

The Sixers lost two of their best shooters in the Jimmy Butler trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves, so the team is still interested in acquiring sharpshooter Kyle Korver from the Cavs, according to Marc Stein of the New York Times. The Sixers traded Robert Covington and Dario Saric to the Timberwolves. Other than shooting guard J.J. Redick, Philadelphia really doesn’t have any players who can

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Kevin Love, Cavs

Kevin Love’s only question in extension talks was whether Cavs were going to tank

As Kevin Love was negotiating his contract extension with the Cleveland Cavaliers over the summer, he was only interested in knowing which direction general manager Koby Altman and owner Dan Gilbert were heading in. After LeBron James signed with the Los Angeles Lakers in free agency, many thought the Cavs would enter a rebuild phase and

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LeBron James

Scoop B: Before LeBron James goes Zero Dark Thirty-23 for the NBA Playoffs, meet the comedian who impersonates him perfectly

Comedian, Da Kid Gowie dropped by Scoop B Radio & discussed his LeBron James & Stephen A. Smith impersonations with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen!  The NBA Playoffs begin Saturday. You know what that means! LeBron James implements his hoops version of lent: No social media of any kind. Better known as: Zero

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2017 NBA Playoffs: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Indiana Pacers Preview

We have arrived. The King has returned and is ready to defend his crown. LeBron James sets his eyes on an unprecedented journey to make his 7th consecutive NBA Finals appearance. Since coming back to Cleveland, his Eastern Conference runs have been remarkable. There has been no real competition in the East come playoff time,

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Cee’s Post Game Thoughts on Kyrie & LeBron’s Historic Game 5

The NBA Finals is the biggest platform of basketball play in the world. Last year we were robbed of a true Clash of Titans due to severe injuries on the side of the Cleveland Cavaliers. This 2016 edition, with both teams at full strength, had been anything short of compelling through 4 games. Tonight absolutely

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TBT: Kyrie’s Career Night (Video)

Tonight’s Cleveland Cavaliers/San Antonio Spurs battle will be the first time Cavs guard Kyrie Irving steps foot in San Antonio since his near attempted murder of the Spurs last March. On that night: 03/12/2015, Uncle Drew could not be contained. He lit up the Spurs for 57 Points, 5 assists and 4 steals; shooting an

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Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen

Paul Pierce says Celtics Big 3 was "Holy Trinity"

Paul Pierce says Celtics Big 3 was “Holy Trinity”, speaks on Cavs struggles The whole “Big 3” notion was re-invigorated by the Boston Celtics when Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett went to team up with Paul Pierce in 2006. We all recognized just how talented that group would be, but it also seemed clear that

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NBA and NFL

NBA-NFL Crossover Part II

Baseball since it’s inception has been America’s favorite past time, but let’s be honest for just a second… Today in 2014, how many of us in this 21st Century- American Society are still captivated by the game of baseball? When we speak about American Sports, two come to the forefront quicker than all others: American

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LeBron James

LeBron calls Cavaliers "fragile" after loss to Raptors

LeBron calls Cavaliers “fragile” after loss to Raptors The Cleveland Cavaliers are 5-7 after losing to the Toronto Raptors 110-93 on Saturday. Cleveland has now lost four straight games. The ongoing challenge for LeBron James, which he has been open about in terms of having to get this team over the hump, carries on. Here were

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Joe Harris

Cavaliers to start Joe Harris at two-guard?

Cavaliers to start Joe Harris at two-guard? The Cleveland Cavaliers selected University of Virginia guard Joe Harris 33rd overall in the NBA Draft this year. Harris not only made the team but earned himself a two-year guaranteed contract with Cleveland. Harris has played and done some nice things at the two-guard amongst the talent core

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