Evan Mobley


If asked, should Cavs trade Evan Mobley for Kevin Durant?

The Cleveland Cavaliers love to benefit from the Brooklyn Nets’ dysfunction. In 2018 they went to the NBA Finals, but then picked in the Top 10 of the 2018 NBA Draft because they owned the Brooklyn Nets’ pick that year; that picked netted them Collin Sexton. A few years later they stepped in as an “extra” team in the James Harden trade and used a first-round pick to add Jarrett Allen, who last year made his first All-Star team.

Cleveland Cavaliers select USC F Isaiah Mobley, brother of Evan Mobley, with No. 49 pick

CLEVELAND — For the second straight year, the Cleveland Cavaliers are leaving the NBA Draft with a member of the Mobley family. With their second selection in the second round (No. 49 overall), the Cavs selected USC forward Isaiah Mobley. Despite being a native of Southern California who spent his college career in Los Angeles, the 22-year-old is no stranger to Cleveland, as he is the older brother of Cavs forward/center Evan Mobley, who earned unanimous first-team All-Rookie honors in his debut campaign.

Why Cavs’ Evan Mobley can make the All-Star leap in Year 2

Evan Mobley had an incredibly strong rookie year and looks like a future superstar, and Darius Garland and Mobley are the two undisputed core players for the Cleveland Cavaliers going forward and were the clear biggest reasons for Cleveland’s turnaround. Darius Garland was the Cavs’ best player last year and he deserves most of the credit, but Mobley is a close second.

Evan Mobley Will Play A Huge Role In Cleveland Cavaliers' Future

The 2021/22 NBA season once again saw a talented number of rookies take to the league like ducks to water. The current class of rookies was able to adapt and thrive, despite being thrown into the action in their first seasons often for franchises that were towards the bottom of the standings.

Woj confirms OKC Thunder tried to move up for Evan Mobley

On the Woj Podcast this week, Adrian Wojnarowski and Mike Schmitz discussed the draft lottery and spent some time focusing on the OKC Thunder. Not surprisingly, they felt the two main winners of the lottery were the Orlando Magic with the number one pick but felt the OKC Thunder nabbing the second pick was equally important.

Evan Mobley earns Cavs’ first All-Rookie First Team bid in nearly a decade

It’s not breaking news that Evan Mobley turned out to be an awesome selection by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2021 NBA Draft. It wasn’t a pick at third overall that caught anybody by surprise, but Mobley was even better than one could’ve thought in his first season. He had 15.0 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.7 blocks per outing, and even for a rookie, impacted winning in a huge way.