May 28, 2015

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Cavs have 3 games in 3 days starting tonight

CLEVELAND — Ready or not, the Cavaliers are about to play back-to-back-to-back games for the first time in 13 years. It starts tonight in Indiana against a Pacers team that beat Cleveland 104-98 in overtime Wednesday at Quicken Loans Arena, continues Saturday in Washington and concludes Sunday at home against Orlando. “It’s different,” Cavs small Read More…

Cavaliers force overtime, but run out of gas

CLEVELAND — Lester Hudson was in the middle of everything again Wednesday night. Some of it was good and some of it was bad as the Cavaliers fell 104-98 in overtime to the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena. On his second 10-day contract, the 6-foot-3 guard had 19 points, six rebounds and two assists Read More…

Cavs: Recently signed guard Lester Hudson leads charge in fourth

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CLEVELAND — The Legend of Lester Hudson hasn’t quite reached the “Lin-sanity” level, but it’s starting to draw comparisons. With help from a makeshift fourth-quarter lineup that included Donald Sloan, Omri Casspi, Luke Walton and Semih Erden, the 6-foot-3 Hudson led the Cavaliers to a 103-90 victory over the lowly Charlotte Bobcats on Tuesday at Read More…

Taking it slow: Cavs don’t want to risk bringing back Varejao, Irving too soon

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INDEPENDENCE — Anderson Varejao and Kyrie Irving are still out, Anthony Parker is close to returning and Lester Hudson isn’t going anywhere. That was the word from Cavaliers coach Byron Scott following practice Monday at Cleveland Clinic Courts. Varejao went through the non-contact portions of practice, but there’s “still no timetable” for his return and Read More…

Green, Morrow lead Nets past Cavaliers in OT

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NEWARK, N.J. — Gerald Green knows he’s going to get his chances to score when he’s on the floor with veterans like Deron Williams and Anthony Morrow. Green scored a season-high 32 points, including a clutch 3-pointer with 36.7 seconds left in regulation and a high-flying dunk in overtime, leading the New Jersey Nets to Read More…

Cavs’ Kyrie Irving may be done for year

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CLEVELAND — The losses keep piling up for the Cavaliers. Non-competitive during a nine-game losing streak, the Cavs learned Wednesday that they will be without rookie Kyrie Irving for at least one week and perhaps the rest of the season after the point guard reinjured his sprained right shoulder during a 35-point home loss to Read More…

Cavs’ losing streak hits 9

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MILWAUKEE — With the Milwaukee Bucks’ lead beginning to slip away, Monta Ellis said he got the green light from Brandon Jennings: Just keep going until they stop you. The Cleveland Cavaliers never did. “When it feels like that, it feels amazing,” Ellis said. “My team and coach had the confidence to keep going to Read More…

Cavaliers crushed at The Q again

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CLEVELAND — These two ships may have passed in the night, but it was many nights ago. The Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs continued to head in opposite directions Tuesday, free-falling Cleveland going down 125-90 at Quicken Loans Arena without putting up any resistance. Last in the Central Division, the Cavs (17-34) have lost eight Read More…

Cavaliers: Too early to tell if Antawn Jamison will re-sign

INDEPENDENCE — Antawn Jamison didn’t want to get traded at the March 15 deadline, and he wasn’t. Now the 35-year-old power forward, who is on the books for $15.1 million in the final year of his contract, is unsure if he would be open to re-signing with the Cavaliers. “That’s too far ahead,” Jamison said Read More…

Kyrie Irving sits out with injury; Cavaliers fall to Knicks

NEW YORK (AP) — A playoff spot is there for the New York Knicks, if they stay healthy enough to get it. With Jeremy Lin heading for knee surgery and joining Amare Stoudemire on the injured list, that will only happen if someone steps up to be the No. 2 scorer behind Carmelo Anthony. JR Read More…