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LeBron James looks tired, and should anyone be surprised? Lets review. Savior of Cleveland basketball? Check. Key member of the USA national team? Ditto. Nike pitchman, a capacity that requires him to play not one, but four, roles in a commercial campaign? Yep. Media magnet? Definitely. Devoted son, father and boyfriend? We'd like to think so. No one said becoming the world's first billionaire athlete was going to be easy. LeBron's determined. But are the Cavs and their fans going to suffer because of it?
Dec 16, 2006 7:00 PM
Cavs/Bobcats: The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
It was Anderson Varejao Wig Night last night at The Q, and appropriately, Andy sealed the Cavs 104-101 win with a last minute dunk on a nice feed from LeBron. This was another one of those games that was closer than it shoulda been, and the Cavs are clearly still trying to find their groove this season. The indomitable John Hnat is here with his game review, and you will find none better anywhere on the web.
Dec 13, 2006 7:00 PM
Cavs/Hornets: The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
The good news is that the Cavs played about 45 minutes of decent basketball last night. The bad news is that NBA games are 48 minutes long. After rallying to tie the game at 89-89 with a little under three minutes remaining, the Cavs decided to call it a night, and the New Orleans/Oklahoma City/Formerly Of Charlotte Hornets pulled away for a 95-89 win. The anti-Branson, John Hnat, breaks it down for us.
Dec 11, 2006 7:00 PM
Cavs At The Quarter Pole: The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
With the Cavaliers at 12-7, and approaching the quarter pole, Cavs writer John Hnat takes a second for us today to analyze the season so far. There's been some pleasant surprises, mild disappointments, and missed opportunities. And the Cavs are on pace for right around the same win total as last season (50). John has been money on the bank for us this year on the Cavs beat, and this is another excellent piece from this talented writer.
Dec 10, 2006 7:00 PM
The Answer For The Cavs?
Stop the presses and hold the phone. The trade winds, they are a-blowing. Allen Iverson reportedly wants out of Philadelphia. The man they call "The Answer" has apparently had it with the roster full of question marks the 76ers have surrounded him with. News reports say he has asked the Philadelphia front office to find him a new team. Papa Cass talks about whether or not the Cavs are a potential trading partner for the Sixers, what it would take to get him, and whether or not it's worth it.
Dec 08, 2006 7:00 PM
Cavs/Raptors: The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
Time To Bury The Hatchet
LBJ Wills Cavs To Big Road Win
Cavs Wish List: The Top Ten
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