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Take it slow? Gilbert replies with an emphatic “NO!”

If one thing is clear after the moves that General Manager Chris Grant made last week at the trade deadline, it’s that this organization is chomping at the bit to get back into the postseason. Consequently, they’re not about to wait around and endure another season or two of this emotional brutality. Yes, like it […]

Disappointment: Cavs fall flat on their faces with the world watching

Discussing the aftermath of last night with my longtime colleague at Curse of Cleveland, J.V., I told him that there were more painful losses since I’ve been following Cavaliers basketball (basically every elimination game the past four years, but especially the last two seasons), yet never was there a defeat so embarrassing, so disappointing, so […]

Ready or not, LeBron, here comes Cleveland!

December 2nd will be one of the most emotional days that I’ve had as a sports fan. That much I’m certain of. I’d be lying if I said I had not thought about the events of July 8th EVERY SINGLE DAY. What could have been? What is going to be? What does the future hold […]

Cavs’ late surge not enough after abysmal second quarter

It’s nothing new. We’ve seen the Cavaliers play far less than 48 solid minutes per game. Most of the time, a good chunk of it is in the third quarter. Tonight, it came instead just before the half, and the combination of the Cavaliers’ frigid offense and Hornets’ scorching scoring left the Cavs with their […]

The 2010-2011 Season: A New Mentality Required

Let me start by introducing myself to those who don’t recognize me, and I will try to be short and to the point. My name is Kirk Lammers, and I’m a fifth-year senior at The Ohio State University. I eat, sleep, and breathe Cleveland (and Ohio State) sports. About two years ago, I started a […]

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