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Cavs Step Up Intensity For Day Two Of Training Camp

The Cavaliers practiced for the second straight day in Independence on Sunday and head coach David Blatt noted a change from the first day of training camp. 507 more words


Cavaliers trade Keith Bogans and a second round pick to Sixers

When the Cavaliers traded three non-guaranteed deals to the Celtics in exchange for Keith Bogans just a couple of days ago, it was believed to be a wise move aimed at putting the team in position to add even more talent next summer. 432 more words

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Cavs Acquire G Keith Bogans From Celtics

CLEVELAND (923 The Fan) – On the eve of officially unveiling a star-studded roster, the Cavaliers made another move.

The team acquired guard Keith Bogans from the Boston Celtics for guard John Lucas III and forwards Erik Murphy, Dwight Powell and Malcolm Thomas, along with the Cavs 2016 and 2017 second round picks. 232 more words


Report: Cavaliers in process of trading for Celtics' Keith Bogans

The Cavaliers are already likely to finish as one of the top two teams in the Eastern Conference this season. But just in case a championship isn’t in the cards, the team is positioning itself quite nicely to add significant talent in the future. 203 more words

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Report: Cavaliers trying to trade for Nuggets' Timofey Mozgov

The Cavaliers may be favored by the oddsmakers to win the 2015 NBA title, but there are questions of how quickly the new pieces will be able to fit, especially on the defensive end. 381 more words

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Dallas Mavericks 2011 Championship Team: Where Are They Now? (Pt. III)

(Part I)

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Ian Mahinmi: Mahinmi played for the Mavericks in 2011-12, but was traded to the Indiana Pacers for guard Darren Collison and forward Dahntay Jones that offseason. 134 more words

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Dallas Mavericks 2011 Championship Team: Where Are They Now? (Pt. II)

(Part III)

(Part I)

J.J. Barea: Barea, a free agent following the championship season, was offered a one-year deal to return to the Mavericks. He was “disappointed” by it only being a one-year offer, and went on to sign a four-year, $19 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves. 435 more words

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