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The Habs killed it with their pregame, 3D ice show last night. But was it better than the Cavs’ from a while ago?
We all know about the first time that LeBron James broke the Cleveland Cavaliers — it happened on live television, after all. Almost four years later, LeBron continues to put a serious hurting on his former team, this time by stuffing the stat sheet and highlight reels for a masterful performance.
Many jokes have already been made about how this is the best thing the Cavs have done all season, but seriously — this is the best thing the Cavs have done all season.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today: We’ll talk about the Cavaliers, who already have some bad news.
If NBA players had a nickel for every time their names were mentioned in trade/free agency/alien abduction rumors, they’d be rich. (As of now, they are forced to fight for every dollar they can, just to get by.) So what should we make of this tweet that posits Kyrie Irving will bolt the Cleveland Cavaliers?
It has been confirmed that Andrew Bynum — once a Laker, once a sort-of 76er — will now be a Cavalier. One question remains: How will he wear his hair to the press conference?