Isaiah Mobley is one of the newest additions to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs selected him 49th overall, pairing him up with his younger brother, Evan Mobley. After being with the team for a few weeks, the young forward has learned what the Cavs’ expectations are of him for the upcoming season.
Michael Lee: The Cavaliers' ability to be in "win now" mode will depend on the growth of Evan Mobley
How close are the Cavaliers to being dangerous in the playoffs? Michael Lee says it will be dependent on the growth of Evan Mobley. Hear why with Baskin and Phelps!
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 — 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.
The 2023 NBA Rookie of the Year race is going to be interesting with the 2022 draft absolutely loaded at
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Cavaliers are targeting USC’s Isaiah Mobley at No. 49, brother of Evan Mobley, sources tell ESPN. 2022 NBA Draft: Cleveland Cavaliers select Isaiah Mobley, brother of Evan Mobley, with No. 49 overall pick. cbssports.com/nba/news/2022-… – 12:18 AM. Joe Vardon @joevardon. At 22, the Cavs’...
Based on how his rookie year went with the Cleveland Cavaliers, it’s safe to say that Evan Mobley was a home run selection. He looked to be a franchise pillar-type guy from the jump, and looking onward, he could very well be a perennial All-Star type of player. In...
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.
Multiple Cleveland Cavaliers players were featured on a segment of Jimmy Kimmel’s talk show recently and read mean tweets about themselves. The segment is a regular feature on Kimmel’s show. Evan Mobley (0:31), Darius Garland (0:38) and Jarrett Allen (1:34) all read amusing criticisms of themselves on social media.
Ryan McDonough: Evan Mobley is going to be a superstar and he's exactly what you want out of a big man
How close are the Cavaliers to a deep playoff run? Ryan McDonough doesn’t think they’re that far off if they follow in the footsteps of Boston. Hear why with Baskin and Phelps!
I understand that I’m inherently biased as a Cleveland Cavaliers fan, but it’s still surprising that Evan Mobley didn’t win the Rookie of the Year for the 2021-22 season. Scottie Barnes of the Toronto Raptors was the winner of that award for his efforts. I’m not going...
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — NEW YORK (AP) — Rookie of the Year Scottie Barnes, Cleveland forward Evan Mobley and Detroit guard Cade Cunningham were unanimously voted Wednesday to the NBA All-Rookie first team. Orlando's Franz Wagner and Houston's Jalen Green were the other players chosen for the first team...
Toronto Raptors forward Scottie Barnes, the 2021-2022 NBA Rookie of the Year, highlights the league's All-Rookie teams announced on Wednesday. Barnes was one of three players to receive the maximum of 100 first-place votes for the first team along with Detroit's Cade Cunningham and Cleveland's Evan Mobley. The All-Rookie teams,...