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Cavs: The 1986 draft remains the best ever in franchise history

The Cavs 1986 NBA Draft remains a bastion of greatness for the franchise. As the Cavs prepare to draft their newest rookie this week, we’re taking a break and looking back at the greatest draft in the history of the Cavaliers. While there might be a better-drafted player to have been drafted, it’s hard to say there’s ever been a draft like this. Not only did the Cavaliers get two franchise legends and three of the better players of the 80s and 90s, but they remade their team overnight. It would take a year for the pieces to gell, but by the time 1987 rolled around, this crew was ready to go off.
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LeBron James Reacts To Browns’ Throwback Jersey Reveal

LeBron James may play for the Los Angeles Lakers, but a part of his heart still belongs to Cleveland. James is an Akron native, and he spent the first seven years of his NBA career with the Cavaliers before he left for Miami. Just four years later, he returned to Cleveland and even helped them win a championship. The city of Cleveland still means plenty to the NBA superstar.
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Browns: 75th anniversary commemorative uniforms are not good

The Browns have gone back to the past for their new commemorative uniforms. The Browns have unveiled their new uniforms for the upcoming 2021 season, designed to be part of the 75h anniversary of the team and limited in their use. These aren’t new regular uniforms, just something for the 2021 season. Released at midnight on July 24, the jerseys had already been leaked a few months ago, so they weren’t much of a surprise.
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2021 NBA Mock Draft: How 3 Trades Could Shake Up the Lottery

The basketball world will be talking trades throughout the 2021 NBA offseason. Whether any major moves come to fruition is up to the various front offices, but with free agency light on both top-tier talent and big spenders, the market conditions are perfect for summer blockbusters. That got us in...
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Former Cavs guard begs LeBron James to play in Pro-Am event in Seattle

Former Cleveland Cavaliers guard Isaiah Thomas invited former Cavs teammate LeBron James to the Crawsover basketball tournament in Seattle. The annual Pro-Am event is again being held this year after being postponed in 2020 because of the pandemic. Longtime guard Jamal Crawford, who like Thomas is from Seattle, has been running the event for close to two decades.

How The Los Angeles Lakers Can Create A Real Superteam Next Season

Recent reports have suggested that free agents DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry have an interest in joining the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason. The two were former teammates with the Toronto Raptors and helped the franchise achieve its most success from 2013 to 2018. The last three years, the two have been apart since the Raptors traded DeRozan to the San Antonio Spurs, where he has played ever since.
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Cleveland Cavaliers: Biggest Threats to Sign Jarrett Allen

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ center Jarrett Allen will be a restricted free agent this offseason. According to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com, the Cavs extended a qualifying offer to Allen. By extending a qualifying offer, Cleveland can match any offers the big man will get. In contrast to past reports, the Cavaliers...
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Cavs: Cleveland loses Isaiah Hartenstein but offer deal to Jarrett Allen

The Cavs offered Jarret Allen a new contract the same day Isaiah Hartenstein declined his. The Cavs had an interesting Friday. Early on in the day, Isaiah Hartenstein opted out of his player option for the 2021-2022 season; making him a free agent. The other big talking point for the day, according to Cleveland.com’s Chris Fedor was that Cleveland officially offered Jarrett Allen, the team’s other center, a qualifying offer.
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Leroux, Sowders host youth camp

NORWALK — Almost instantly, the question was a matter of how, not if it could happen. With sweeping changes to the NCAA's National Image and Likeness laws, two recent Norwalk graduates quickly brainstormed what could be done. "What could we do that has a benefit to us, but also something...

Back in the NBA draft lottery, San Antonio Spurs star search continues

Two summers ago, the Spurs headed into the NBA draft with a double shot of first-round picks. Not only did they possess their own pick, No. 19 overall, but they also had the extra pick Toronto threw in as sweetener to the Kawhi Leonard-DeMar DeRozan swap nearly 12 months earlier.
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All-Area Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year: Zoie Lamanna, Jefferson Forest

ALL-STAR STUFF: Zoie Lamanna burst onto the scene in 2021, and by the time her freshman year ended, she had turned heads throughout the state with her abilities as a distance runner. She began the cross country season by winning JF's first meet of the year in a Seminole District quad at Humankind, then posted her best performance at a Seminole showdown in Forest, running a 19:25.50. On April 13, she captured the Region 4D championship in Blacksburg by running a 16:53.10, winning by more than 12 seconds. And when JF advanced to the Class 4 state championship in Leesburg, Lamanna was the first Cavalier to cross the finish line, running a 19:56.00 to finish in eighth place. But she didn't stop there. Lamanna also made waves in the outdoor track and field season. At the Region 4D meet in June, she won three events — the 800 run, 1,600 run and the 4x400 relay (ran the opening leg). Ten days later at the Class 4 state outdoor championships, she placed second in the 800, willed the 4x400 relay to third and was one of three runners in the 800 to break a mark set in 2016 by E.C. Glass grad Libby Davidson.
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The day after the name change, many Indians fans show their support despite a challenging season

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The MLB trade deadline is just six days away and things could not be stickier for the Indians’ fanbase. After Saturday’s 8-2 loss to Tampa Bay, Cleveland sits second in the AL Central standings with a 48-48 record, trailing Central leader Chicago by nine games -- a result of injuries that decimated the planned starting rotation and inconsistent offense. Between the news of the Guardians’ name change, a mediocre season and rumors of trading third baseman Jose Ramirez, who has been with the team since 2013, fans have had to withstand a challenging season.
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Cleveland Indians renamed Guardians

CLEVELAND, Ohio — It’s brilliant. It’s got pride of place, legacy, nostalgia, stewardship, and strength, all wrapped up in one rough, tough, beautiful, powerful word: Guardians. The Cleveland Indians’ new name, announced Friday, should be an instant hit. It deserves to be. Critics might point out that few outside the...

USC's Evan Mobley holds firm as Top 3 2021 NBA Draft projected pick

USC center Evan Mobley remained the No. 3 overall pick in the updated 2021 NBA Mock Draft by The Ringer this week. The Cleveland Cavaliers are the projected new home for Mobley:. League sources say the Cavaliers have received significant trade interest for this selection, and the Raptors and Magic—the...