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by: Dan Gilinsky — Fansided: King James Gospel 6h
The Cleveland Cavaliers flashed back to Collin Sexton's career-high against the Boston Celtics on July 4, and were spot-on in how they highlighted that. Co...
by: Ben Beecken — Fansided: Dunking with Wolves 4 Jul
The Minnesota Timberwolves have been meeting virtually with draft prospects, including a likely top-10 pick from France and a Big Ten point guard.
by: Dan Gilinsky — Fansided: King James Gospel 4 Jul
If he sticks around, Jordan Bell's role offensively would consist of mostly being a screener for the Cleveland Cavaliers. I can't say whether or not Jordan...
by: David Yapkowitz — Basketball Insiders 3 Jul
David Yapkowitz continues Basketball Insiders'
by: Dallin Duffy — Fansided: Soaring Down South 3 Jul
Power ranking the eight teams set to be included in the NBA's second bubble in Chicago. The NBA is reportedly close to finalizing a deal that would create ...
by: ESPN.com — ESPN 3 Jul
Eight teams will not be going to the NBA bubble in Florida. However, the league is interested in developing another location to begin activities for those teams in September.
by: Blake Schuster — Bleacher Report 3 Jul
If the NBA does go through with reported plans to create a second bubble environment in September for the eight teams who didn't qualify for the Orlando restart, don't expect the Cleveland Cavaliers to have a full roster...
by: Chad Porto — Fansided: Factory of Sadness 3 Jul
The Cleveland Cavaliers might just be back on the court come September. Word is getting out that the NBA is, in fact, trying to get the eight non-Orlando t...
One Cavs vet reportedly believes not many vets would play in second ‘bubble,’ which is understandable
by: Dan Gilinsky — Fansided: King James Gospel 3 Jul
The NBA is reportedly in "deep discussions" on having a second "bubble" for non-Orlando teams, such as the Cleveland Cavaliers, but tha...
by: Ashish Mathur — Cavs Nation 3 Jul
The NBA is closing in on signing off on a second “bubble” in Chicago for the eight teams that were not invited to play in Florida at Walt Disney World. One anonymous Cavs player, though, doesn’t think it’s a good idea. Via Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com
by: Drew Maresca — Basketball Insiders 2 Jul
Drew Maresca continues Basketball Insiders'
by: Ashish Mathur — Cavs Nation 1 Jul
It looks like Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star power forward Kevin Love may still be on the Cavs once the 2020-21 season starts. According to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com, the Cavs organization still wants Love on the team since he’s a great veteran to...