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A Decade of LeBron James Dunk Posters…from 10-1

The reason Sidney Deane was so upset with Billy Hoyle for laying the game winner off the board in that California 2 on 2 tournament back in ’92 was because there is something to be said about a dunk that flies right in the face of a defender who thinks he can stop it.  I’d estimate that LeBron James […]

Cavs Take Care Of Business In Atlanta, Beat Hawks, 95-84

The Cavaliers held the Atlanta Hawks scoreless for almost nine minutes on route to a 95 – 84 win last night in Atlanta. The sellout crowd of 20,150 in attendance set a new Philips Arena regular-season record, generating a playoff-like atmosphere. Too bad they couldn’t help the Hawks put the ball in the basket. LeBron […]

One Last Link List for ’09…

A list of New Year’s related sports blogging that’s worth checking out before we close the book on another year, and another decade: Updated 1-2-10:  Cavaliers All Decade Team – King James Gospel, Cody Top-10 Sports Movies of the Decade – Detroit4Lyfe, Devin10 Worst NBA Contracts of the Decade – Backup Quarterback, Brandon New Decade, Same Futility?  We think […]

Recapping a 25-point W, and an old Delonte story

If its true that losing builds character, its also true that manhandling the best team in the NBA, on Christmas day, at their place, with the NBA-world watching, builds confidence.  Sunday night in Cleveland that confidence was on display by way of a 108-83 beat down of  the Houston Rockets, and it appears the floodgates are officially open.  You might have worried […]

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Serving 3′s overseas: Damon Jones

We will be running a new regular series of posts going forward into the new year titled Hooping on Foreign Hardwoods, which is designed to give you a quick update on the overseas careers of former Cleveland basketball players.  I say ‘Cleveland’ because while we will update you on former Cavaliers, our updates could also include a player that is in […]

Merry Christmas Mamba

Hello again Cavs fans. What a game.  A game that had all the intensity of summer hoops and all the physicality of a Sunday in the NFL.  Our Cavs rose to the occasion and catapulted themselves right back into “the discussion.”  Although in my eyes they’ve been there all along considering we’re now 8-3 vs winning […]

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Christmas Day Q and A: Cavs – Lakers

Don from the Lakers blog With Malice was nice enough to stop by for a Q and A in preview of the Cavaliers-Lakers game this Christmas day, and his answers to my questions are below.  For my answers to his questions, click here.  But don’t just read my answers while you’re there, check out Don’s […]

Previewing the Christmas Day slate of games

Seasons Greetings from Stepien Rules! Here are some quick previews to read in between meals and/or while avoiding your in-laws. Enjoy!   Heat @ Knicks (12:00pm EST, ESPN) The rivalry of the 90s is long gone, but the drama around these two teams is never dull. Both of these teams have gone through lulls and spurts […]

Merry Christmas from Stepien Rules

On this Christmas Eve we here at Stepien Rules would like to take a moment to wish everyone a happy holiday.  Thanks for checking in with us this year, and here’s hoping you and yours find the best of what this season has to offer in the days ahead.  The Cavs found the best of […]

Mulling over Cavalier trade rumors

Over the last few days the names of possible Cavalier trade targets have surfaced, first reported on by Brian Windhorst.  Today, Rick has a post up on WFNY taking a closer look at those players – Anthony Randolph, Antawn Jamison, and Troy Murphy- and I recommend you click here to read his full piece on the subject.  An excerpt […]

A Cavaliers Christmas season to celebrate

With the holiday’s upon us, and the turn of the decade near, I felt it only right that we as Cavs’ fans take a moment to reflect, and be thankful.  While we sometimes find ourselves wishing this team had a stretch four, or a back-up PG, or a better play to run at the end […]

Cavs beat Suns 109-91…LBJ does Richardson again

The Cavs played one of their best games of the year last night, and there are a number of positive takeaways to discuss.  Bullet points include, bouncing back on the road to beat a good team after a tough loss, the defensive intensity and effort on display in the second half, the encouraging effort by Delonte West for […]

Reviews, previews, and links round the web

Previewing the Suns, and looking back at the weekend that was… Previewing Cavs vs. Suns, tonight at 9pm…Suns 10-0 at home: Waiting for Next Year – Andrew But first, one last look back at Sunday night’s loss in Big D:  King James Gospel – Cody And if by chance you still don’t know why Dirk didn’t […]

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