Cavaliers PG Kyrie Irving injures right ankle, says it's not serious

Kyrie Irving said that his ankle injury is “not that serious.”  Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving suffered a right ankle injury before Cleveland departed to Brazil for the NBA Global Games, and he is now considered day-to-day. Irving underwent an MRI and had X-rays taken on Tuesday, and both tests came back negative. Cleveland is

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Cavaliers Impressed With David Blatt's Offense

Cavaliers Impressed With David Blatt’s Offense Rookie NBA head coach David Blatt started training camp with his Cleveland Cavaliers team this week and is receiving early praise from his players on the offense being put in place. Blatt’s Princeton offense (where he played college ball) is predicated on reading and reacting, constant ball and player

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LeBron James Still Undecided On 2016 Olympics

LeBron James Still Undecided On 2016 Olympics After withdrawing from this summer’s World Cup games, Kevin Durant recently announced that he will be playing for Team USA in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. LeBron James, who won a gold medal with Durant in the 2012 London games, is apparently still undecided (via The Associated Press):

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Heat Angered LeBron By Amnestying Mike Miller

According to Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com, LeBron was angered with Miami for amnestying Mike Miller. Mike Miller informed the Northeast Ohio Media Group the reason LeBron started questioning the Miami front office. It wasn’t the fact they weren’t updating the roster with better players, it was how they got rid of Mike Miller. The move to

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Kyrie Irving

LeBron: ‘This Is Kyrie Irving’s Show’

The Cleveland Cavaliers are the NBA spectacle again since LeBron James returned and after landing Kevin Love as their follow-up blockbuster deal. The Cavaliers’ media day and start of training camp swirled around the newly constructed Big 3 of LeBron James, Love, and point guard Kyrie Irving. Much talk and speculation is directed to the

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LeBron James Would Have Likely Stayed In Miami If They Won The Finals

LeBron James Would Have Likely Stayed In Miami If They Won The Finals The NBA landscape was shifted drastically once again by LeBron James this summer when he decided to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. James led the Miami Heat to back-to-back NBA titles but fell short of a three-peat when they brutally fell to

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Chris Bosh looking forward to returning to the post

Take a look at the picture above. You will notice that Chris Bosh is backing down a Brooklyn Net in the post, something that we have not seen Bosh do consistently in the past. It is pretty hard to find one of him with his back to the basket recently because he hasn’t spent too much time

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Lou Amundson agrees to deal with Cleveland Cavaliers

Lou Amundson is headed to Cleveland. According to Chris Fedor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cavaliers have agreed to a deal with veteran big man Lou Amundson. Amundson’s agency Priority Sports sent out a tweet congratulating the power forward on his new deal Friday afternoon. Congrats @LouAmundson17 on signing with the @cavs! We’re excited

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Lou Amundson worked out for Cleveland Cavaliers

Amundson went through a workout for the Cavaliers. According to HoopsHype.com, veteran big man Lou Amundson revealed that he recently worked out for the Cleveland Cavaliers, a team looking to strengthen their big man rotation. Louis Amundson worked out for the Cavs last week, source tells HoopsHype. Cleveland one of the teams he’s considering for

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