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LeBron James 2.0?
In Nick Allburn's latest, he concedes the fact that this year's Cavaliers have been about as frustrating to watch at times that a conference finalist can realistically be. In the same breath, when this team has had it's backs to the wall ... they have responed every time. And while LeBron James' numbers have been off in this season's playoffs, Nick has a feeling LeBron is going to rise up against the hated Pistons.
May 19, 2007 7:00 PM
Cavs/Nets GAME SIX - The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
What a win last night for the Cavaliers. After storming out to a 20 point lead in the first half, the Cavaliers came close to blowing it in the second half as the Nets came back to within 1 point and made it a game. But, that was as close as it would get, and Daniel Gibson and Donyell Marshall were the heroes of the night hitting several huge shots. Hnat chimes in with his thoughts on the game, touching on the Cavs fast start last night, his imaginary mailbag, some great personnel changes by Mike Brown in the 4th quarter, and more. It's onto the Eastern Conference Finals and a date with the rival Pistons, and it all starts Monday night at 8pm at The Palace!
May 18, 2007 7:00 PM
Cavs/Nets GAME FIVE - The Bad, The Bad, & The Summary
That was nauseating. To see a team come out, in the second round of the playoffs, and just completely give a game away due to a total and complete lack of effort is unthinkable to this Cavs fan. Memo to LeBron ... it's OK to try to score in the first three quarters. What were you waiting for last night? That was a flat out disgrace. Our resident Cavs expert John Hnat is also sick to his stomach ... which is evident in his morning recap.
May 16, 2007 7:00 PM
Cavs/Nets GAME FOUR - The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
What a game last night! 13 lead changes. A couple almost-fights. A 6-23 performance from Vince Carter, including two turnovers in the last 45 seconds. And a thrilling 87-85 win that puts the Cavs up three games to one in the series. Rebounding from a crummy game three, LeBron led the way with 30, 9, and 7. And the Cavs have a chance to finish things off a home tomorrow night. John Hnat recaps the ein.
May 14, 2007 7:00 PM
The Roundtable: Was LeBron Snubbed?
The All-NBA teams were released this past week, and the first team consisted of Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki, Amare Stoudamire, Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant. To the shock of many, a certain Cleveland Cavalier by the name of LeBron James was relegated to the second team. Was LBJ snubbed? The writers of TheClevelandFan.com opine ...
May 12, 2007 7:00 PM
Supporting The King
Cavs/Nets GAME TWO - The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
Cavs/Nets GAME ONE - The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
Five Reasons: Cavs vs. Nets
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