Kay Felder Is The Next Damon Stoudamire

Cleveland Cavaliers rookie point guard Kay Felder has drawn a lot of comparisons, but Damon Stoudamire is the most accurate. Cleveland Cavaliers‘ General Manager David Griffin made a move to trade for the 54th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft and select Oakland’s Kay Felder. He probably could have been a first round pick […] Kay Felder Is The Next Damon Stoudamire - King...
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5 possible point guard options for the Cavaliers if Mo Williams retires

If Mo Williams retires, here are five point guard options for the Cavaliers. With Mo Williams now reportedly mulling retirement, the Cleveland Cavaliers could again be in the market for a point guard. Considering that it’s almost September and the Cavs’ assets are limited, the pool is thin. But there are notable names in the pool with ties to the Cavs and certain player who...
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2 hours ago

Report: Mo Williams considering retirement from NBA

The NBA season is just around the corner, and many teams have already made the big decisions that will affect the 2016-17 campaign. The Cleveland Cavaliers, however, are a different story. The Cavs have signed LeBron James, Mike Dunleavy, Chris Andersen, and rookie Kay Felder this offseason but have yet to re-sign their starting shooting […] The post Report: Mo Williams considering...
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21 hours ago

Cleveland Cavaliers Daily: Mo Williams, 2020 Olympics And More

Mo Williams could have played his final NBA game for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Which Cavs will be part of the 2020 Olympics? Everything is detailed in this edition of Cleveland Cavaliers Daily. The Cleveland Cavaliers have some breaking news on Saturday. As’s Joe Vardon reported that Cavs’ guard Mo Williams is strongly considering retirement. […] Cleveland Cavaliers...
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21 hours ago

Is Cavaliers point guard Mo Williams ready to throw in NBA towel?

  After finally winning his first NBA championship in 13 seasons, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Mo Williams may be about to sail off into the sunset. According to a report by Joe Vardon of on Saturday, Williams is “strongly considering” retirement. The veteran’s “balky knee,” his “desire to coach,” as well as “the obvious chance to go out as a...
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Mo Williams considering retirement

It looks like the Cavs might be in the market for a new backup point guard. The Cleveland Cavaliers may soon be in the market for a new backup point guard. According to Joe Vardon of, Cavs guard Mo Williams is considering retirement. According to Vardon’s report, Williams’ bad knee, his desire to coach and possibility of exiting as a champion are influencing his...
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22 hours ago

Mo Williams Strongly Considering Retirement, What Does It Mean For The Cleveland Cavaliers?

Mo Williams is strongly considering retirement, which means that the Cleveland Cavaliers are prepared to move forward without him. Mo Williams is “strongly considering” retirement, according to‘s Joe Vardon. Williams, 33, battled through injuries and played in 41 games, starting 14, for the Cleveland Cavaliers last season. He averaged 8.2 points per game with...
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23 hours ago

Iman Shumpert's Grueling Summer Workouts Look Absolutely Exhausting

Iman Shumpert didn't exactly have an awesome season last year. Though the versatile guard helped the Cleveland Cavaliers win their first ever NBA Championship, Shumpert saw his individual statistics suffer. He recorded new career-lows in points per game and field goal percentage, and he tied his previous career-lows in assists and steals. Some of his drop in production can be...
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Canadian Tristan Thompson takes title trophy to Tim Hortons (pic)

Tristan Thompson is a proud Canadian, so when it was his turn to spend his week with the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, the Cleveland Cavaliers star knew what to do. He of course took the trophy back for a victory tour of his hometown of Toronto. And then he did what any sensible Canadian would do: He paid a visit to Tim Hortons. I saw Sidney Crosby brought the Stanley...
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Tristan Thompson spends a day with ‘Larry’

Recall, at the time of LeBron James’ return, the Cavaliers’ first home pregame hype video connected the initial roster from “all walks of life” with glimpses of high school mixtapes to circle back to the kid from Akron. With a now successful quest of assembling a diverse, championship-caliber roster, Cleveland relinquished young talents for Love […] The post Tristan Thompson...
Via Cavs Nation
2 days ago

ESPN projects Cavaliers as underwhelming top seed in the East

NBA preview content is starting to generate as we inch closer to a new season. ESPN has jumped out to an early with simulations of how each team will fare over the upcoming season. The Cavaliers, not surprisingly, have been projected to secure the top seed in the Eastern Conference. Several teams around the East have improved, but it’s not clear anyone has done enough to really...
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2 days ago

Report: Cavs ‘not even remotely’ considering Love trade

There’s no job security quite like the one that winning an NBA championship provides. Cleveland Cavaliers big man Kevin Love is quickly finding that out. According to a report by Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders on Tuesday, though “there are no shortage of suitors” for the three-time All-Star, trading away Love is “is not even remotely a consideration” for the Cavs....
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Hard not to be cynical about LeBron's 'Cleveland Hustles'

The first of two efforts from executive producer LeBron James, Cleveland Hustles is one part competition, one part effort to document the revitalization of Gordon Square, an up-and-coming neighborhood in Cleveland. On the surface, the goal of shining a light on a mission to build a business model designed to revive communities is laudable, and the first episode goes a long way to...
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LeBron James: Kevin Durant joining Warriors is ‘great for our league’

Perhaps unsurprisingly, don’t count LeBron James among those critical of Kevin Durant’s decision to join Golden State. In an interview with Business Insider’s Alyson Shontell, James said that Durant’s decision to head for the Warriors was good for the league and he had no problem with it. “I think everyone had the 'wow' thing,” James said when asked how he learned about...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kyrie Irving puts on dribbling clinic against Spain

Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving has the best handles in the NBA. Sometimes, it looks like he has stickum on his hands. He doesn’t use stickum, he’s just really good, and a Spain defender learned that lesson in Thursday’s semifinal match. He did a good job of checking Irving and staying with him for awhile, but the elusive point guard’s power was just too great...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

J.R. Smith doesn’t sound too happy about contract situation

The Cleveland Cavaliers might have LeBron James back in the fold, but the contract situation with J.R. Smith hasn’t exactly worked itself out yet. Reporters, obviously, want to know what in the world is going on between the Cavaliers and Smith. Smith, though, isn’t too keen on talking about it, per’s Chris Fedor: “I know you guys are going to ask me about...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Cavaliers: Knicks are the ideal opponent for opening night

On October 25th, the Cleveland Cavaliers will be receiving their championship rings. The New York Knicks will be the opponent for the occasion. It will be a glorious night as the 2005-16 championship banner will be hung for eternity. By adding Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah to the mix this offseason, the Knicks believe they are for real. Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis are...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

The future, past and present Kyrie Irving

The crossover was never uncool. It always kind of existed as this necessary tool for the game’s little men to create space against bigger opponents. It’s a defensive mechanism used to create offense. Its function, however, is always secondary to its elements of style. In today’s NBA, a functional team is more important than the inherent coolness of its individual parts. Ball...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

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