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Are you ready? Cavaliers begin their quest….now!

10:16pm – Winding it down.  Stretches of success, stretches of failure.  This was a playoff game without the playoff atmosphere. 10:12pm – Cavs going to lose their opening game for the second year in a row to Boston, have lost 5 of the 7 openers in LeBron James era.  Have lost at least two of […]

Wait, where was I when that happened?

Oh, yeah…I was out of town and turned off my cell phone.  Tuesday I took a trip to Cedar Point and Wednesday I was in Pittsburgh for a concert, so I missed the news about the Cavaliers. The Cleveland Cavs signed Tony Parker to a contract.  Let’s see what Eva Longoria says about having to […]

Well…..dammit. Now what?

Yeah, I’ve been avoiding writing this because I was just too irritated, but the time has come to sit down and begin planning for the ’09-’10 Cavaliers season (and beyond). Frankly, the discussion about Game 6 has been played out already.  We had our runs at it and Orlando just had everything working for them […]

Is it over? No, but it's bad

Yeah, it’s bleak right now. We’ve played well enough to win but are still down 3-1. Is it over? Hell no. Here’s why. 1) We’re playing at home Thursday night in Game 5. Say what you will about the past week of basketball, but there is no house in the NBA that is tougher to […]

The long wait is finally over

Tonight at 830, we can get back to business. The Cleveland Cavaliers will take the floor in the Eastern Conference Finals against Orlando, and it’s not a moment too soon. In the last 24 days, the Cavaliers have only played four games, and the concern is that they are not battle-tested enough for Game 1. […]

It's Orlando. Bring it.

There are two teams in the NBA that have a winning record against the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. Both of them are still alive. I’m fine with that, I want to take them both apart during this drive for the trophy. Tonight, the Orlando Magic earned their shot to be humiliated on National TV. They […]

Well-rested and dominating

Heading into the second-round series with Atlanta, a lot was said about the Cavaliers’ potential for being rusty.  An 8-day layover between games was bound to hurt, and with the Hawks coming off their longer series, it was possible that momentum would carry Atlanta to a victory in Game 1 or even Game 2. Game […]

Very good. Scary good.

The MVP of the league wasted no time showing his fans why he was given the award for the NBA’s best player.  Then his team wasted no time showing the Atlanta Hawks where the exit is. A mere 15 seconds into tonight’s Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, LeBron James was sending his first […]

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