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A Dose of Their Own Medicine: Cavs Stop C's Updated Jan 22, 2013
Tough. Hard-nosed. Defensive-minded. It’s been the blueprint for victory for the Boston Celtics since time immemorial. Tuesday night at the Q, the Cavaliers turned that blueprint against the Celtics in a gritty 95-90 victory. The upset lifted Cleveland
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  • Assessing the Trade: Jon Leuer to Memphis Jan 22, 2013
    Chris Grant made his first big trade of the season on Tuesday with the Memphis Grizzlies.  The Cavs are set to send out Jon Leuer for Marresse Speights, Wayne Ellington, Josh Selby and a top 5 protected first round pick in 2015.  Needless to say, this i
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  • Grizzlies, Cavs agree to multiplayer trade Jan 22, 2013
    The Memphis Grizzlies traded Marreese Speights, Wayne Ellington, Josh Selby and a future first-round draft pick Tuesday to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Jon Leuer.
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  • Report: Memphis Trades 2 Key Bench Players To Save Money, Plans To Sign Delonte West Jan 22, 2013
    According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Memphis has agreed to a multiplayer trade with Cleveland that’ll take $6 million off their payroll and get them under the luxury tax line. Remember all those rumors about a possible Rudy Gay trade? The Grizz may be
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  • The Grizzlies and Cavs Huddle Up for a Mutually Beneficial Deal Jan 22, 2013
    A few quick notes on the Grizzlies trading Marreese Speights, Wayne Ellington, Josh Selby, and a future first-round pick to Cleveland for Jon Leuer in...
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  • Video - Irving Pours In 40 Points In Cavs' Win 01:11

    Irving Pours In 40 Points In Cavs' Win

    Jan 22
    Kyrie Irving scored 40 points and had five assists in the Cavaliers' 95-90 win over the Celtics.
  • Video - David Thorpe: 25 Under 25 05:19

    David Thorpe: 25 Under 25

    Jan 22
    The best young players in the NBA are, David Thorpe points out, not so different from the best players in the NBA, period.