Category Archives: LeBrownsTown

More LeBron Fallout

In a surprise to absolutely no one, Dan Gilbert was fined by David Stern for his and subsequent interviews: Shortly after James’ announcement, Gilbert fired off an incendiary letter to Cavs fans, vilifying the 25-year-old and calling his decision to … Continue reading

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Well if Devin Brown likes him…

then who am I to question: Former Cavalier Devin Brown thinks Byron Scott is the perfect new coach for the Cavs and the sort of guy who just might persuade free agent LeBron James to re-sign with the team. “He … Continue reading

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The Last Days

So here we are, the waning days of the LeBron Era in Cleveland. Maybe. This last month has been a bit nuts, there are rumors flying every where. The NBA world has officially gone mad. LeBron was supposed embark on … Continue reading

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Game 4: Boston 97, Cleveland 87 (Series tied 2-2)

Hey, this Rajon Rondo guy is pretty good. To say that Rondo dominated this game isn’t doing him justice. He recorded his fourth career playoff triple-double and it did in astounding fashion. Rondo ended up with 29 points, 18 boards … Continue reading

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Game 2: Boston 104, Cleveland 86 (Series tied 1-1)

Well that sure sucked. The high point of the evening came when LeBron accepted his MVP award before the game; it was all downhill from there. The Cavs didn’t defend (the Celtics shot over 50%), they were outrebounded (43-32), they … Continue reading

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Game 5: Cleveland 96, Chicago 94 (Cavs win series 4-1)

It was a weird, somewhat choppy game (but 44 fouls and 57 foul shots will do that). The game started off with a scorching hot Antawn Jamison (14 first quarter points from all over the court, including two treys) but … Continue reading

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Game 4: Cleveland 121, Chicago 98 (Cavs lead 3-1)

LeBron James is a good basketball player. What else can you really say? James made sure that the Cavs came back to Cleveland up 3-1; LeBron paced the Cavs with 37 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists. His night was … Continue reading

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Game 2: Cleveland 112, Chicago 102 (Cavs lead 2-0)

Now this felt like a playoff game. While the Cavs still ended up winning by double digits, Monday night was much more tightly contested than Game 1. The Bulls played with a lot of energy and too often the Cavs … Continue reading

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It was a very good year

The Cavs finished the season at 61-21, the best record in the NBA and their second best in team history, after last season’s 66-16 However, they also ended the season on a four game losing streak. All in all, I … Continue reading

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Cleveland 113, Toronto 101

Solid win, the Cavs played with a lot of energy. In what could be a potential first round preview, the Cavs thoroughly handled the Raptors. Of course, the Raptors are easier to handle when Chris Bosh has to leave in … Continue reading

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