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LeBron James: The King’s Decision And The Possible California-Bound Aftermath

July, 8 2010. The day forever painstakingly etching into Cleveland sports infamy simply known as The Decision. Do you remember where you were? What you were doing? And what LeBron James jersey you burned? For me, I was a freshly newly-wed husband looking after our four-month-old infant daughter, Arianna, while we were living in out small Pittsburgh-area house apartment in Brookline. The moment James utter the now infamous punch line,
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Cleveland Cavaliers: Paul George or Jimmy Butler? Who Is The Best Fit For The Cavs?

Nearly one year ago today, the Cleveland Cavaliers completed a improbable and historic comeback from a 3-1 deficit to upset the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors. This year, they are trying to add another piece in the hopes of reclaiming their stolen crown. Thanks to losing to the Warriors in five games, 4-1 in the 2017 NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers are now looking to add what they hope
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Opinion: LeBron James, The Player, GM and Owner

Reading this title, you are thinking LeBron James is the best and he owns every other player and record, that's not what this is about. This is about LeBron being an owner/manager, and making ultimately the worst call of his career, and in my opinion altering his NBA Finals records for years to come. The Sports Illustrated released in June 2014 LeBron announced his homecoming and wanted to thank all
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FanShout! How 52 Years Of Sorrow Turned Into A 52-Week Roller Coaster For Cleveland Sports Fans

(Editor’s Note: Original content edited to meet INSCMagazine submission and content guidelines.) By Jeremy Botkin (while I get my oil changed.) The Cleveland Cavaliers quest to “defend the land” fell short against our newly-minted rivals from the Bay, in the form of a Game 5 loss to the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals, 129-120. Looking back on the Cavs 51-31 season in which they proverbially sleep-walked through
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Kevin Durant vs. LeBron James! The Case Of The Super Team

Honestly social media has gotten out of hand, as just a sports fan it is exhausting reading everything about Kevin Durant is a punk for leaving The Oklahoma City Thunder to go play for the Golden State Warriors. I mean every other thing I see on Facebook is one defending the other and people going at each other's throats over these two super stars. So I am here to set
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2017 NBA Finals: Three Ways The Cleveland Cavaliers Can Win Game 3

Down 0-2 to the Golden State Warriors. Two embarrassing blowout losses. Two wins from being vanquished. Yes, the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers were in this exact same spot last year. Yes, they responded with a resounded 30-point win, 120-90 at Quicken Loans Arena. News flash! This isn't 2016, and the 2017 edition of this year’s uber-stacked Warriors has Kevin Durant. Through two games, the 2014 NBA MVP is averaging a
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2017 NBA Finals: Three Reasons Why The Cleveland Cavaliers Will Upset The Golden State Warriors

Cavs-Warriors III. Three words. So simple in how they make sense, so perfect in their symmetry, just like their burgeoning bi-coastal hoops rivalry that has blossomed into one of the best in all of sports. While many purists will debate to the death that it will never surpass the storied history of the Lakers-Celtics, not even that great rivalry pulled off the rare feat of happening three times in a
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Opinion: New Cavs-Goodyear Ad Partnership, A New Unfortunate Era In Basketball

Thanks to the recent announcement of a new ad partnership between Akron-based Goodyear and the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers, the NBA is entering a new and unfortunate era of hoops. The deal, which will be during the NBA’s three-year pilot program, in which teams can sell space on their Nike-designed jerseys, was formally announced early Monday afternoon between the Cavs, Goodyear and Turner Sports, per Cleveland.com’s Joe Vardon. The
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2015 NBA Playoffs: Love dislocates shoulder in Cavs series-clinching 101-93 win over Celtics

In a wild affair that saw ejections and star players go down to injury, the Cavs managed to hang on and beat the Boston Celtics 101-93 for a sweep of the boys from bean town and advance to the Eastern Conference semis. The contest didn't come without several incidents as Kevin Love suffered a horrific shoulder injury early into the first quarter with the Cavs up 18 - 10. He
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2013 NBA Opening Night: Young, revamped Cleveland Cavaliers take on experienced Brooklyn Nets

  The Cleveland Cavaliers begin their season against the high octane Brooklyn Nets team that looks to be aged to perfection. The Cavs are the polar opposite with plenty of youth and athleticism. The young and promising team was built primarily through the last three years with the Cavs adding players such as Kyrie Irving,  Tristan Thompson, Dion Waiters, Tyler Zeller, Sergey Karasev and Anthony Bennett. There is one question