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Grading The Deal: Kevin Love Re-Signs With Cavaliers

by Christopher Reina

Jul 1, 2015 8:16 PM

Kevin Love's first round injury gave both he and the Cavs time to miss each other. They quickly agreed upon a five-year, $110 million deal instead of a 1+1. Read more »

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Leroux's 2015 NBA Draft Review

by Daniel Leroux

Jun 26, 2015 12:17 AM

Great drafts for the Nuggets, Wolves, Heat, 76ers and Raptors; good drafts for the Bulls, Magic, Pacers, Thunder, Warriors, Rockets and Celtics, along with teams having enh and bad drafts. Read more »

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Strengths, Weaknesses Of All 30 NBA Teams Entering Draft, Free Agency

by Christopher Reina

Jun 25, 2015 6:04 PM

These infographics show the percentile rankings for all 30 teams in the critical categories of offensive efficiency, defensive efficiency, rebound percentage, assist percentage, three-point percentage and foul rate during the 14-15 regular season. Read more »

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Three Important Takeaways From Game 6

by Benjamin Cantor

A replication of Game 4, speed kills again for the Warriors and a final wrap on the 2015 NBA Finals. Read more »
Smaller, Faster, Better

by Jonathan Tjarks

Instead of a league where big teams dictate the action against smaller ones, faster teams can now dictate the action against slower ones. It's all about being able to defend and shoot at a high level from every spot in the floor. Read more »
LeBron's Cleveland Odyssey Continues

by Christopher Reina

There has been so much evangelism for the necessity of having multiple superstars in order to compete and win titles, most of it justifiable, but maybe LeBron James was brought to the NBA to break that wheel. Read more »
Three Important Takeaways From Game 5

by Benjamin Cantor

On David Blatt going small without Timofey Mozgov, a tale of two halves and a vintage Stephen Curry performance in the fourth quarter. Read more »
LeBron, Steph & The NBA's Constant Darwinian Struggle

by Jonathan Tjarks

The Cavs have been stripped down to the bone, but it still takes an almost flawless team to beat LeBron's team four times in seven games. The exciting thing about the NBA these days is that it is producing teams capable of doing just that. Read more »
Three Important Takeaways From Game 4

by Benjamin Cantor

The Warriors found success in speed defeating size, while they also made the "other guys" on the Cavaliers beat them. Read more »
How The Warriors Figured Out Game 4, What The Cavs Can Do To Adjust For Game 5

by Jonathan Tjarks

If Golden State was going to go down, it almost had to be this way. They became a title contender when they replaced David Lee with Draymond Green, going from a three-out team that couldn't space the floor or switch pick-and-rolls to a four-out team that could. Read more »
Andre Iguodala Becomes Rewarding Proposition For Kerr, Warriors

by Shams Charania

Steve Kerr had to make this move on Thursday during a team lunch: Andrew Bogut out. Andre Iguodala in. A championship run saved for now. Read more »
Three Important Takeaways From Game 3

by Benjamin Cantor

Another high impact game for Matthew Dellavedova, Cleveland's defense preventing Curry and Thompson from going off, and how the Warriors came alive late with David Lee. Read more »
Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson Understand Mandate To Get Right Or Suffer Finals Upset

by Shams Charania

LeBron James is coming for the Warriors' championship now, and the mandate has crystallized through defeat for Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Find our games or pay dearly in having a dream year gone awry. Read more »
Three Important Takeaways From Game 2

by Benjamin Cantor

On Matthew Dellavedova's defense, the Cavaliers controlling the pace to limit Golden State's transition offense and whether LeBron has enough help on defense. Read more »
LeBron & Mozgov Break The Small-Ball Formula

by Jonathan Tjarks

Timofey Mozgov is the first two-way 7'0 that LeBron has ever played with and if the Cavs are going to pull off one of the more remarkable upsets in NBA Finals history, their best bet is pairing LeBron with Mozgov and trying to win three more Bully Ball games. Read more »
LeBron James Delivers Stephen Curry Lessons Only Finals Can Teach

by Shams Charania

Four years ago, the moment of truth overwhelmed LeBron James, sent him spiraling into a summer of study. James has delivered his 2015 MVP predecessor a tutorial of lessons learned, and Stephen Curry's Finals climax looms. Read more »
The Cavs Without Kyrie Irving

by Jarrod Rudolph

If LeBron James plays team basketball on offense, the Cavaliers still have a chance to win the title without Kyrie Irving. Read more »
Warriors Surpassed In-Season Turbulence, Then LeBron And Irving In Game 1

by Shams Charania

This was an imperfect 108-100 win over Cleveland in an imperfect Warriors' season, giving the franchise a 1-0 lead in the Finals. Everyone has boasted on and on about the closeness of the Golden State players, and yes, winning brings a locker room together. Nevertheless, the season hasn't been without turbulence. Read more »
Adjustments For The Warriors, Cavaliers After Game 1

by Jonathan Tjarks

As the old saying goes, a seven-game series is like a heavyweight fight and Game 1 is usually the feeling-out process. Here are five adjustments apiece for the Warriors and Cavs. Read more »
Finals Preview: Warriors' Offense Vs. Cavaliers' Defense

by Benjamin Cantor

All season long, the Warriors have thrived at producing and making open 3s. If they can maintain a similar level of proficiency against a newly stout Cavalier three-point defense, their title chances look very strong. Read more »
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