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Top Three Free Agents for the Cavs to Sign

NBA Free Agency opens up this Thursday at 6:00 PM. There have already been some moves made by the Cavaliers this offseason. The Cavs picked up the fourth-year option on Dean Wade. They also drafted Ochai Agbaji, Khalifa Diop, Isaiah Mobley and Luke Travers. Only a few of those players may actually see some run this season. Meanwhile, the Cavaliers have a big decision to make regarding Collin Sexton and how much money they are willing to match once he hits the open market, but let’s not get into that in this article.
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Entering the 2022 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers had a wealth of options available to them. They could take one of a few different targets at the 14th pick, move around the draft board with three second-round picks as ammunition, or trade out entirely to reshape the veterans on the roster.
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Kevin Love and Kate Bock tie the knot in New York City

NBA champion and Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love and Canadian model Kate Bock walked the aisle this past weekend in New York City -- in a glamorous, Great Gatsby-themed wedding. Bock and Love got engaged in January 2021 after dating for nearly five years. And it was their own photographer...
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Why Cleveland Cavaliers decided to pick Kansas’ Ochai Agbaji in 2022 NBA draft

LAWRENCE — As Ochai Agbaji watched the picks go by last week at the NBA draft, there were a few things on his mind. Agbaji, who spent the past four years playing at Kansas, wasn’t worried about when his name would be called. He was just hoping someone would believe in him enough to select him. Up until the moment he learned where his professional career would begin, he felt blessed to be in that position and share that moment with friends and family.
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