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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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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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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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Kyrie’s Double-Double Puts Lakers In Trouble, Cavaliers Win 100-94

There truly has not been a lot to cheer about so far this season for fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers. That was until Tuesday night, when reigning NBA Rookie Of The Year, point guard Kyrie Irving returned from a stint … Continue reading

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Irving’s Broken Finger Will Keep Cavaliers Guard On Shelf Four Weeks

As dark as the horizons appear before sports fans of Northeast Ohio; their mantra is “Things could always be worse and are most likely headed in that direction.” Case in point; the Cleveland Cavaliers already in the midst of a less than … Continue reading

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Warning: Temper Tantrums May Be Hazardous To NBA Players Health

Speaking from experience, being ultra-competitive is truly a double-edged sword; having that drive has most likely pushed me to pursue and then capture most of my dreams. However, the flip-side of that coin is, I have always despised losing and I am … Continue reading

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LeBron Winning Title Allows Cleveland Fans To Turn The Page

The City of Cleveland, Ohio, awoke Friday morning to find that the sun had indeed risen, that the city was still intact and there was not a stream of locusts flying out of the doors of the Quicken Loans Arena, … Continue reading

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Cavaliers Kyrie Irving Named NBA Rookie Of The Year

If the Cleveland Cavaliers needed any further validation that they selected the right player when they chose former Duke point guard Kyrie Irving with the first pick in the 2011 NBA Draft; they received it on Tuesday as “NBA.com” has reported that … Continue reading

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Cavaliers Could Try To Sign Free Agents Roy Hibbert And Eric Gordon This Summer

After suffering through a long, cold and unsatisfying winter during the NBA campaign of 2010-2011, fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers have started to see some light at the end of the tunnel that will lead their team back to respectability … Continue reading

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Shoulder Sprain May Cause Cavaliers To Shut Down Kyrie Irving For Season

Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott told reporters Wednesday afternoon that rookie point guard Kyrie Irving would  be out for at least seven to ten days and could be done for the season after aggravating his sprained right shoulder Tuesday … Continue reading

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