Photo from blog post by @neveRWilliams http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2263077-cleveland-cavs-finding-their-way-yet-admit-defense-still-has-a-long-way-to-go Hey guys, it ‘s Hamza again! I wanted to talk about this article by Greg Swartz on Bleacher Report. I have to agree with Swartz when he says that the Cavaliers are struggling at the defensive end. It is shown statistically because they are allowing the second worst […]
For the last decade the King has been the best player in the basketball. Has he gone into some decline though? Or is he still the King and starting slow in back at home? This would be understandable; we all understand all the distractions being in ones hometown brings. Or is he just starting new […]
Tonight the Cleveland Cavaliers (2-3) will host the New Orleans Pelicans (3-2) in a match-up that will highlight two of the front runners for MVP this year in LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Both teams are coming off wins, with the Pelicans most recently beating the Spurs in a nail biter 100-99 on Saturday. The […]
To understand what went wrong tonight in Portland, all one needs to do is looked at the stat sheet. I don’t care if you play the best or worst team in the NBA, if you shoot 36% from the field you aren’t going to win many games. For the second time in three games Lebron […]
Two games into the young Cavaliers season, and the Cavs have produced two very different teams. Game 1, the highly anticipated and celebrated return of the King, was a let down as LeBron looked emotionally drained and his overall game lacked the typical dominance we have all come accustomed to over the years. It was […]
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Bulls (63-19): The Bulls are my favorite to finish with the #1 seed in the East. Most teams won’t be able to handle their front court of Noah, Gasol, and Gibson. Not to mention Derek Rose looks like he is finally healthy and the explosive player he was before. If Butler can take a step forward […]
Cool commercial about LeBron James not forgetting where he came from.
To start things off, I want to say I went to the preseason game last night against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Cavs were playing without 2 of their main horses in the game, Kyrie and LeBron. With that being said, you could still get a sense of what David Blatt has been preaching up to […]