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Cleveland Cavaliers : SG Matthew Dellavedova Deserves More Playing Time

    [caption id="attachment_18910" align="aligncenter" width="394"] (Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)[/caption]   Not many players who score nine points and three rebounds in 27 minutes deserve consideration for starter’s minutes. Then again, not many are Matthew Dellavedova.   Dellavedova, a 6’4 rookie shooting guard from Australia and St Mary's (CA), may have earned a closer look at being on the court more after his energetic and hustling brand
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Cleveland Cavaliers : Three Musketeers? PG Trio of Irving, Waiters and Jack Big In Double Overtime Win.

[caption id="attachment_18552" align="aligncenter" width="715"] (Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)[/caption] CLEVELAND – They say bad things come in threes, thanks to a three-guard lineup of Kyrie Irving, Jarrett Jack and Dion Waiters, the Cleveland Cavaliers rallied for a big win. For Irving, the third time proved to be the charm, who previously missed on opportunities to win the game in regulation and in the first overtime, scored the game-winning basket
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Cleveland Cavaliers : Cavs Get Defensive In Gritty Win Over Nets.

CLEVELAND – Thanks to some big rebounds late and lockdown defense, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Brooklyn Nets 98-94. Gone are the days of a team looking listless and clueless in the last stretches of a game, blowing 20-plus point leads and not having veteran leadership, under Mike Brown, the Cavs got dirty, gritty and earned their floor burns in a win over a veteran-led NBA title contender. In the post-LeBron era, Cleveland
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2013 NBA Free Agency : Andrew Bynum Agrees To Two-Year $24.5 Million Deal With Cavs.

CLEVELAND  - According to media reports, free agent center Andrew Bynum has agreed to a two-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Bynum, 25, averaged 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds and 1.9 blocks with the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2011-12 season before being traded to the Philadelphia 76ers for Dwight Howard and draft picks, chose the Cavaliers over the Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks. The deal is worth $24 million, with
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2013 NBA Free Agency: G Jarrett Jack Signs 4-Year $25 Million Deal with Cavs

Two days after signing free-agent forward Earl Clark, the Cleveland Cavaliers have struck again in signing guard Jarrett Jack, formerly of Golden State. Jack, 29, averaged 12.9 points, 5.5 assists, 3.1 assists while shooting 40.4 percent from three-point range in 79 regular-season games for the Warriors and 17.2 points, 4.4 assists, 4.7 assists in 12 post-season games during the 2012-13 NBA Playoffs. In Cleveland, the eight-year veteran out of Georgia
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2013 NBA Free Agency: Golden State Warriors Make Great Move By Signing Andre Iguodala

The Golden State Warriors failed to win over free agent center Dwight Howard who is heading to the Houston Rockets. That didn't deter the franchise from signing free agent guard-forward Andre Iguodala to a four-year $48 million contract. In order to sign him Golden State sent Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins and Brandon Rush along with first round picks in 2014 and 2017  and future second round picks to the Utah Jazz in exchange for Kevin Murphy who has a contract that isn't guaranteed for the 2013-2014 season.
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2013 NBA Free Agency: Warriors Make The Most Sense For Dwight Howard

The Houston Rockets have already traded Thomas Robinson to the Portland Trail Blazers in hopes of enticing free agent center Dwight Howard to sign with the franchise. He has already visited Houston and reportedly asked for another max contract player to join him. Rumors that the Rockets are shopping Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik might have something to do with the request and Aaron Brooks and Carlos Delfino got waived. Even if Howard joins James Harden and a third superstar it doesn't get him to the point of where he
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The Final Nail In David Stern’s Destroyed Legacy

At one point during his tenure as NBA commissioner David Stern was arguably the best commissioner of the four major sports. Over the last 15-20 years he's been the worst and now fans are counting down the days until he officially retires. Taking advantage of Michael Jordan and his popularity in the 80s and 90s, Stern and the league capitalized on it as Jordan starred in a McDonald's commercial with Larry Bird, Gatorade created a theme song for him
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Trading Lee Is A Ridiculous Notion For The Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors surprising playoff run ended with a game six loss to the San Antonio Spurs and it was a series that could have easily gone to game seven if it weren't for a blown 18 point lead in game one resulting in a double overtime loss. Stephen Curry played brilliantly, Harrison Barnes took his game to another level, Jarrett Jack hit clutch shots and Klay Thompson even though he had his ups and downs offensively, played outstanding defense. Looking ahead to
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2013 NBA Playoffs: Warriors Dominate Overtime To Tie Series

Poor shooting, a long stretch without a field goal, fouls and turnovers played a major role in the first half for the Golden State Warriors in game four against the San Antonio Spurs. Stephen Curry hit two threes for an early six points and Mark Jackson wisely limited his minutes, Andrew Bogut and Carl Landry each picked up three fouls, Andris Biedrins did provide a lift with his defense and rebounding and Harrison Barnes provided the offense. Still at halftime trailed by eight. Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili each scored 14 points at the break,