Going into the Eastern Conference Finals, it was widely predicted, no, widely expected, that the Cleveland Cavaliers would be able to handily defeat the Toronto Raptors. 725 more words
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Take a lesson from these sports figures: don’t make promises you can’t keep. Seriously. Dan Gilbert is still eating crow from his 2010 declaration that the Cleveland Cavaliers would win an NBA championship before LeBron James, who won a title just two years later with the Miami Heat. 47 more words
All of a sudden, questions are being asked about Tyronn Lue and his coaching acumen.
Kevin Love’s toughness is now under the microscope.
Anyone who has ever watched James play since he came into the league can point to many post-season series when James would elevate his game to a level so few are capable of reaching. 802 more words
If anyone was turning the most heads during the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 10-0 start to the postseason, it was Kevin Love. Sure, people were raving about the play of Kyrie Irving, how efficient LeBron James had been and the team’s ability to rain three-pointers across any competition. 110 more words
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Carl and Mike discussed the possibility of the City of Atlanta getting a Super Bowl. They also discuss what happened in the Eastern Conference Finals on last night. 11 more words
It can be easy to forget, but Tyronn Lue has only coached in 51 NBA games. It’s rare for a rookie head coach to be coaching into late May (although Billy Donovan is doing the same thing, and both David Blatt and Steve Kerr did it last year), and it’s even rarer for a coach who took over midseason to be in this position. 327 more words