With the new-look Cavs, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina says LeBron James needs to alter his position within the team’s rotation going forward.
During the NCAA championship game, an idea came to me and it took over my thoughts about basketball over the ensuing couple of days. With all the talk of zone defense in the college game, I was left thinking about just how silly it is to reward defensive players for “taking” charges. I know it’s
Last time in the film room, I gave the bench a standing ovation for their assist work. This week, I have the much less enjoyable task of breaking down just how the Cavaliers blew a 27-point lead against the Miami Heat on Wednesday night, allowing the Heat to extend their win streak to 24 games.
A Cavaliers team that experienced one of its worst losses of the season on the road against the Houston Rockets decided to flip the script on their home court. Efficient shooting, timely scoring and solid second half defense propelled the Wine and Gold to a substantial victory over the 18-win, and apparently tired Rockets to
Cleveland Cavaliers (23-8) vs. Houston Rockets (18-12) Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH Sunday, December 27, 2009 6:00 PM ET WTAM 1100 AM, FS Ohio/HD The Cleveland Cavaliers will look to build off their positive momentum from their victory over the Lakers in returning home tonight to face the Houston Rockets. A pesky team with no
A while back, Ryan McNeil was kind enough to ask us to participate in the Floor Burn Tournament he was running on Hoops Addict. Well, unfortunately, our guy Delonte West (who, as it turns out, may not even be around this season) got destroyed in the first round by Jason Maxiell of the Detroit Pistons.
…At least per Empty the Bench. But not that I can disagree with their assessment, based on their own criteria. Enrico over at The 700 Level led me to the original post, as the Sixers have Samuel Dalembert holding things together over in Philly. The typical cast of “role players” also got the nod, including
Granted, the team simply did not play well in last night’s game against Houston, but when your leader goes for 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists and you still lose, it is safe to say that something is wrong. Combining a sluggish second quarter with a 38 percent clip from the floor, and that’s