Cleveland Cavaliers

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  • Field Goal %
    46.0 FG%
  • 3-point %
    36.2 3P%
  • Points Scored
    104 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.5 RPG
  • Report: Pelicans aggressively seeking ‘one of the higher level free agent guards left’
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    Report: Pelicans aggressively seeking ‘one of the higher level free agent guards left’

    The Pelicans will reportedly work out Lance Stephenson, and whether or not they’re serious about him, they seem serious about somebody at his position. Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders: I’m not sure who qualifies as “‘one of the higher level free agent guards left” other than J.R. Smith, who seems extremely likely to return to the Cavaliers. (The Pelicans don’t have cap space to pursue Smith, anyway.) Norris Cole, whom New Orleans already renounced? Mario Chalmers coming off a torn Achilles? Kevin Martin who did little with the Spurs? Kirk Hinrich who’s over the hill? Andre Miller who’s five years older? Making this harder to decipher: The Pelicans have 15 players with guaranteed salaries,

  • NBA 2K17 ratings revealed for LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the Cavaliers
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    NBA 2K17 ratings revealed for LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the Cavaliers

    There are a number of signifiers that the NBA season is getting close. Training camp begins, preview content starts churning ... and the latest NBA 2K game promotion kicks in. I don't play video games, but it's an indelible feature of the NBA culture. It's also a way to see where your favorite player stacks up against the game's elite. We don't know where the full league will be this year, but we did see a decent percentage of the Cavs roster leaked. Here it is: There are immediately a few things to unpack, though I'm not exactly qualified as someone who doesn't spend a lot of time gaming. I do, however, watch a bit of NBA. Channing Frye is a D+ in three point shooting? That's pretty nuts. LeBron

  • Bucks re-sign Steve Novak to provide depth, shooting
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    Bucks re-sign Steve Novak to provide depth, shooting

    Last season, the Oklahoma City Thunder waived Steve Novak and as soon as he was a free agent the Milwaukee Bucks jumped in — they wanted his veteran presence and his ability to space the floor as a big with his shooting. That lasted all of three games before he injured his MCL and was done for the season. Milwaukee is going to give it another shot — they have re-signed Novak for this season, the team announced. Novak was born in Wisconsin and played his college ball at Marquette. Details of the contract were not announced, but you can be sure it’s for the veteran minimum. This would give the Bucks 15 fully guaranteed contracts heading into training camp, the max they can carry once the season