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Could Hawes Help Cavaliers Make The Playoffs This Spring?

The Cleveland Cavaliers informed the rest of the Association, that they have yet to give up on making the Post Season this spring, completing a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers just prior to the NBA trade deadline Thursday afternoon. The … Continue reading

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Have The Cavaliers Become A Losing Battle For Grant?

Sitting on the sidelines so far in this campaign, as PRO HOOPS CENTRAL has been on sabbatical, there have been some interesting stories emanating from the Association as we near the halfway point of the season. However, the story that … Continue reading

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Former Cavaliers Star Craig Ehlo Arrested On Multiple Charges

The name Craig Ehlo is still well-known in Cleveland, if for nothing more than allowing former Chicago Bulls star Michael Jordan to score “THE SHOT” against the Cleveland Cavaliers, knocking the Cavaliers out of the first round of the 1989 … Continue reading

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Low Risk, Possible High Reward, Cavaliers To Sign Bynum

Last summer a four-team trade took place, that sent three well-known players to new, albeit temporary homes; as Dwight Howard went to the Los Angeles Lakers, Andre Iguodala headed to the Denver Nuggets and Andrew Bynum became the newest member … Continue reading

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Cavaliers Courting Bynum To Fill Hole In The Middle

The Cleveland Cavaliers have taken the proactive route to fill their need for a starting center, according to “Yahoo Sports,” as the site has reported, their sources state that the “Wine And Gold,” have offered former Philadelphia 76ers big man … Continue reading

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Cavaliers Fans “Do Not Want To Settle” This Summer

It has been three years since the Circus left the city of Cleveland, when the player that Northeast Ohio idolized LeBron James decided to abandon the Cleveland Cavaliers for the bright lights of South Beach. While the former “Chosen One,” … Continue reading

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LeBron James, Respect The Player Not The Man

If LeBron James decided that he would call an end to his career in the Association at the completion of the Playoffs, he would be a lock to make the Basketball Hall Of Fame, as soon as he is eligible. … Continue reading

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Brown’s Town Once More? Cavaliers Reportedly Reach New Deal With Former Coach

The prophecy made by Pete Townshend over 40-years-ago, may come to fruition in Cleveland on Wednesday; as the Cleveland Cavaliers could announce “Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss.” It appears that novelist Thomas Wolfe was incorrect when he … Continue reading

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With Byron Gone, Will Cavaliers Re-Sign Brown?

The Byron Scott Era came to an end on Thursday; as the “News Herald” has reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers dismissed their former head coach after three seasons. Scott, still had a year remaining on the contract that he signed … Continue reading

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Would Oden Be Good Fit For Cavaliers, Or Heartbreak For Fans?

Although the Cleveland Cavaliers, will have plenty of space under the NBA Salary-Cap starting on July 1, speculation is growing that the club could complete a deal; that could be qualified as a “low risk move, with a possible high … Continue reading

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