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The Cleveland Cavaliers Are Not Contenders Without Anderson Varejao

When you look down Cleveland’s talented roster, it is easy to point out Anderson Varejao as the team’s X-Factor in 2015. But if you examine the top heavy Cavs even further, the “Wild Thing” holds the key to their season. 723 more words

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Tuesday’s Top Two Games to Watch

With 8 games scheduled for Tuesday night, there’s plenty of action to choose from. While Washington @ New York could be a good test for both teams, and Charlotte @ New Orleans has the makings of a gritty, defensive matchup, there are a couple of games that can be skipped right over (Milwaukee @ Indiana comes to mind). 1,257 more words


NBA Power Rankings: Week 1

Basketball is officially back and there are few certainties. The Lakes will be bad, the East is as wide open as everyone thought, and Anthony Davis is poised for a monster year. 3,020 more words


How You Should React To Cleveland’s Home Opening Loss

In a word, celebrate.

Don’t celebrate the loss, don’t even really take note of it. The Cavs were put together to battle for a top spot in the East, and an opening night loss to a Knicks team that looks to be in shambles shouldn’t cloud that thought. 533 more words


2014-2015 NBA Divisional Preview: Central Divison

*As I post this, several games are already underway. The Bulls are looking okay but still smacking the Knicks. The Knicks stink.  Look for an Opening Night recap blog tomorrow. 1,470 more words

What To Expect From Each Team: Central Division

Chicago Bulls: Can Derrick Rose Stay Healthy?

All the pieces are there for the Bulls to battle the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Final, and possibly contend for a championship. 1,202 more words


NBA Preview: Central Division

By: Michael Hendricks

Well listen up, basketball fans: it’s that glorious time of year again! The NBA basketball season is upon us, and it promises to bring with it a plethora of ups and downs and twists and turns. 1,993 more words