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Tag: Cleveland Cavaliers

Through the Cracks: the 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers

When you research basketball thoroughly, you learn to appreciate the teams that have been forgotten, the players whose feats have been surpassed and beaten....

Lebron James Will Not Disappoint

Death, taxes, and predicting this will be the year LeBron James fails to get to the NBA Finals: these are the only guarantees in...

Help Wanted

So I guess I’ll start off by introducing myself. I don’t usually write ads – that’s something my people do for me – but...

Will the Celtics be Dethroned from the Second Seed in the...

Currently, the Celtics are second in the East with a record of 35-19 and only 2.5 games behind the Cleveland Cavaliers for the one...

Cleaving the ‘Land

Lord Byron once said that “Adversity is the first path to truth.” I agree wholeheartedly with this sentiment, although we must reiterate that he...

Season Preview 2016-17: Cleveland Cavaliers

2015-16 Recap Since the initial departure of LeBron James in 2010 and his eventual return in 2014, the Cavaliers have undergone an incomprehensible 360. After...

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Where do the Wizards go From Here?

PopGates resident Wizards experts take a look at the future of the franchise. Mike Steenstra:  John Wall, Bradley Beal, and Otto Porter: is this the base...

Love & Basketball, or Something: Bachelorette Contestant and former Albany Point...

Back in the day, if you wanted to mix basketball and romance, you fired up the VCR, blew the dust off the VHS jacket,...

The NBA Draft Lottery is for Losers

On Tuesday night, a number of dreams were cast to the winds while others were shattered. The NBA Draft Lottery took place and the...

Looking Back at the 1999-2000 Portland Trail Blazers

Despite winning the NBA championship in 1977, the Portland Trailblazers have long been known as a forlorn franchise with terrible luck with injuries. Bill...

Through the Cracks: the 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers

When you research basketball thoroughly, you learn to appreciate the teams that have been forgotten, the players whose feats have been surpassed and beaten....