D.A.: Will The East Be The NBA’s New Power Block?The Warriors are the best team in the NBA, DA says, but don't sleep on Boston – or the East, which has young talent in several markets
LeBron James Violated Unspoken Public-Transit RulesJames Michael Angelo just wanted to ride the train – without LeBron James filming or manspreading him
LeBron James Wouldn't Even Smile At Michael Rapaport's KidsMichael Rapaport opened up about his beef with LeBron James, which stems from an incident at the 2011 NBA All-Star Game
Windhorst: "I Don't Know What It Is That Changed For Kyrie"Brian Windhorst discussed Kyrie Irving's personality and departure from Cleveland, as well as the Cavs' outlook for the 2017-18 season
Celtics Trade For Irving To Prepare For Post-LeBron EastQuestion: Who won the Cavs/Celtics trade? Answer: They both did. Cleveland for 2017-18, Boston for every year after – assuming James leaves
Cavs GM Koby Altman Turned No-Win Situation Into Sizable Haul For KyrieKoby Altman deserves a hearty round of applause, if not a standing ovation, for his first major move as Cavs general manager
If LeBron James Is Breathing, He Remains The Class Of The NBAAfter acquiring Kyrie Irving on Tuesday, Boston has two stars around which to build. But make no mistake: the East still belongs to LeBron
LeBron Never Takes Blame For Anything; If He Leaves, Cavs Fans Will Blame Dan GilbertDan Gilbert has gone "above and beyond" to make LeBron happy, one Cavs analyst said, but if James leaves, Gilbert will look "like a fool"
Cavs Analyst: Kyrie Has To GoKyrie Irving apparently wants to be traded, and at this point, the Cavs don't have much of a choice
Lawrence: Carmelo More Likely To Join Cavs Than RocketsCarmelo Anthony is apparently interested in playing for Cleveland or Houston
Daniels: Hayward Not A Franchise-Changer; George Needed Change Of SceneryAntonio Daniels dropped by Tiki and Tierney to discuss Gordon Hayward and Paul George, among other topics
Billy King: Kevin Love Is Not A Franchise PlayerKevin Love is a good player, Billy King says, but he's not good enough to lead a franchise

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