Cleveland Cavaliers & Michael Jordan

The Cleveland Cavaliers (also known as the Cavs) are a professional basketball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17, 1963) is a retired American professional basketball player, active entrepreneur, and majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. 5.0/5

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Remember when Michael Jordan dropped an atomic bomb slam over Cleveland Cavaliers defense in 1991 🔥• From
Cleveland Cavaliers upset,# 23 Lebron James one still work hard and strong. When if Lebron James will break record and passed Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan rises over Craig Ehlo for a buzzer-beater to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 1989 playoffs ht…
"Lebron James owns the Chicago Bulls the way Michael Jordan used to own the Cleveland Cavaliers" - M. Wilbon
When James passes, the first thing people say is "Michael Jordan wouldn't pass." That's revisionist history at its best, as if Jordan did not give the ball up to Scottie Pippen in the final seconds of Game 6 of the 1993 Finals against the Phoenix Suns or pass to Steve Kerr for the winning shot in Game 6 of the 1997 Finals against the Utah Jazz. But if it's not the way James plays, he's criticized for how many championships he has or doesn't have. That's another silly point. James is 2-2 in Finals, including a 2007 Finals loss to the Spurs. You know who the key contributors were on that Cleveland Cavaliers team with James? Sasha Pavlovic, Drew Gooden, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Larry Hughes, Anderson Varejao, Daniel Gibson, Eric Snow. It's amazing the Cavs even made it out of the first round.Larry Bird was 3-2 in the Finals and Magic Johnson was 5-4. Jerry West was 1-8, and he's the NBA's logo. Did those Finals losses take away from their legacy? Not at all. If it's not the way he plays or the number of champions ...
Cleveland Cavaliers hero and NBA veteran, Craig Ehlo. We discuss his entire career, plus his great performance against Michael Jordan in 1989's, 'The Shot'.
Guess what day it is? 1894: The time clock was patented by Daniel M. Cooper of Rochester, New York 1938: Orson Welles panicked the nation with his radio play The War of the Worlds 1945: The U.S. government announced the end of World War II shoe rationing. 1958: The game show Concentration made its prime time debut 1964: Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston to win the heavyweight championship 1974: Muhammad Ali knocked out George Foreman in Zaire to regain his world heavyweight title 1974: George Steinbrenner fired Yankee manager Billy Martin after an altercation with a marshmallow salesman 1979: President Carter established the Department of Education 2001: Michael Jordan returned to the NBA with the Washington Wizards 2003: Lebron James made his NBA debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Randy
122 USA pro sports teams, yet there are only two Black majority owners - Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson. Don’t Play for a Pro Team! Own It! Major sports franchises (the NFL, the NBA, the NHL and Major League Baseball) announce such ownership changes fairly frequently. What is not so frequent, however, is seeing Blacks — even as limited partners — in these 122 sports ownership groups (32 NFL teams, 30 NBA teams, 30 NHL teams and 30 Major League Baseball teams.) Sorry to report, there’s just two Black majority owners among all of those franchises, in all of those sports. Will and Jada Smith are merely limited partners in the 15-person ownership group of the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers. Will and Jada actually joined three other African-American entertainers with limited partnership stakes in NBA franchises. Usher Raymond has a small stake (by NBA ownership standards) in the Cleveland Cavaliers; Nelly, has a similar investment in the Carolina Bobcats. In football, there are a few Black limited partners ...
King of Basketball: Lebron James is a two-time, two-time NBA champion Lebron James won his second straight title after leading Miami over San Antonio. He became just the third player in NBA history, after Bill Russell and Michael Jordan, to win two straight NBA titles and Most Valuable Player awards. LeBron Raymone James (/ləˈbrɒn/; born December 30, 1984), nicknamed "King James", is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Standing at 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) and weighing in at 250 pounds (113 kg), he has played the small forward and power forward positions for Miami, as well as the Cleveland Cavaliers. James has been an NBA champion twice, a two-time NBA Finals MVP, a four-time NBA MVP, an NBA scoring champion, the NBA Rookie of the Year, and an Olympic gold medalist. He has also been selected to nine NBA All-Star teams, nine All-NBA teams, and five All-Defensive teams, and is the Cavaliers' all-time leading scorer. James played high school ...
Why Basketball Won’t Leave Phil Jackson Alone ? In the absence of data, they are happy to speculate. The first time I met Jackson, at the end of April, rumor had it that he might become the coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. (Cleveland hired Mike Brown instead.) When we met again, a week later, the rumor was that he was maybe going to be an executive for the Toronto Raptors. While that rumor was still circulating, a new rumor popped up that he had taken a job with the Detroit Pistons. (Later it emerged that he agreed only to help the team, whose owner is a friend, choose its next head coach.) Then a rumor broke that the Brooklyn Nets were after him as a possible coach and/or president and/or part-owner. What I can confirm, because I saw it with my own eyes, is that on the afternoon of Friday, May 3, Phil Jackson went shopping for groceries. I was there. I witnessed Jackson — 13-time N.B.A. champion, winningest coach in basketball history, mystical Zen spirit guide to Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant and ...
Dennis Rodman has some VERY Harsh but true words for Lebron James and the Miami Heat. “If LeBron was playing in the late ’80s or early ’90s,” Rodman said, “he’d be just an average player.” “If Michael played today … really? If he played the game today at 28 years old, he would average 40 points a game, probably more,” said Rodman, who won three titles as Jordan’s teammate with Chicago. Rodman added: “I’m just sick and tired of people always comparing him and Michael Jordan. It’s a whole different era, man.” “Look at those teams [when Rodman played]. Look at the Cleveland Cavaliers. Look at Golden State when they had Chris Webber and all of those guys. If those teams then could play now, they would kick anybody’s *** today. Are you kidding me?” “The Heat has better talent than we had, but we had smarter players,” Rodman said. “We would match up with the Heat easy. I would take Bosh out of his *** game easy. That’s not even a problem. How would Dwyane Wade match . ...
Look, I've honestly been annoyed with the "new" Lebron James haters for the last 3 years. Unless your team is a Heat rival or you're a Cleveland Cavaliers fan, you really need to get over yourselves. This "he's a villian" crap is extremely lame. Say what you want about "The Decision" special 3 years ago on ESPN, but he donated $3 millions dollars to The Boys and Girls Club...villians don't donate millions of US dollars to youth organizations. He's never in legal trouble and is the best basketball player in the world. I am a Chicago Bulls fan and loved Michael Jordan growing up, but at the end of the day, Lebron is the best athlete I've seen in the NBA and will undoubtly be compared to Jordan when his career is done. If you don't like watching "greatness" on television and would rather watch boringness or mediocre sports, go watch college basketball.
I've watched ESPN's "First Take" show, & listened to sportstalkradio this afternoon, while looking at Lebron James game winning layup vs. the Orlando magic last night - (his first as a Heat player, & his first game-winner since 2009 with the Cleveland Cavaliers). He's getting praised unGodly for this; & while I recognize him as the best player in the NBA, to mention him in the same breath as Michael Jordan is ridiculous. LeBron's resume still can't compare to Kobe Bryant's, so to compare his resume to Jordans is blasphemy! Bottom Line: LeBron is a great player, but at this point in time, LeBRON COULDN'T EVEN TIE MICHAEL JORDANS SHOES! STOP THE MADNESS PEOPLE!
Who had the better game? Kobe Bryant- 81 pts, 6 reb, 2 ast, 3 st, 1 blk. Remember this was back in 2006, Kobe had a terrible team with the best player besides Kobe was Lamar Odom, they also had Kwame Brown, Luke Walton and some other no names. So remember Kobe had to do basically everything himself. He hardly had any help. But he was facing the worst defensive team in history, the Toronto Raptors. The raptors had names like Chris Bosh, Jose Calderon, Jalen Rose and Matt Bonner but they all had a terrible night defensively, letting Kobe get open on almost every play. OR Michael Jordan- 69 pts, 18 reb, 6 ast, 4 stl, 1 blk. This was in the playoffs! Which adds to the difficulty. MJ had a great team with him though with names like Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant and John Paxon helping him out. But they were facing a team with great defense in the 1990 Cleveland Cavaliers and Mark Price Guarding him. Note- MJ did play 50 minutes with Kobe only playing 42. Give me your thoughts? as for me a guess kobe coz he playe ...
All this talk bout Kobe sayin this years USA team is better then the dream team makes me sick.. This years USA team is ridiculously good but they couldn't best the 95 bulls let alone the dream team..matter fact put Michael Jordan on last years Cleveland Cavaliers and they'd beat this USA team
Now released in a never before seen exclusive colorway, the Air Jordan IV Retro is back. Dubbed "The Shot", the Black/Orange/Blue colors pay respect to Michael Jordan's series-winning basket in the 5th game of the 1989 Eastern Conference First Round against the Cleveland Cavaliers, in the Coliseu...
Ok so here is my analysis of the end of the current NBA season- First, Lebron is more like Shaq and not Michael Jordan, Please, let's get that mis-analogy out of the way. Second,it takes more than one player to win a championship. Is Lebron his own team, if he is, then we have another NBA team-"The Lebrons" Third, just because you win big this year , does not mean you win big next year and the year after that ,etc. Fourth, If there isn't one team that produced two bad apples this year for the NBA season, it's the Cleveland Cavaliers. Yes, of course, one is Lebron. The second is not really a player as much as a coach. I am referring to Mike Brown who went to LA to coach the Lakers. Sadly to say, Mike needs to go somewhere else.
Dear Lebron James, Michael Jordan was drafted by the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls organization learned how to win 6 championships around MJ. Cleveland Cavaliers couldn't do that with you. Kobe Bryant Spent His Whole Career In Los Angeles Through Good An Bad. The Los Angeles Organization Found Ways To Win 5 Championships Around Him Sincerely, Everyone who knows MJ is king..And Kobe is a Close 2nd P.S. See you in Cleveland when your contract is up and you decide to go back to the Cavaliers.
Michael Jordan was struggling with just five-of-20 shooting through three periods, though he would score 16 in the fourth quarter as the Bulls trailed the host Cleveland Cavaliers by seven in the fourth and were tied in the last minute. Another Game 7?
Lebron James versus Kevin Durant. It is the story of these NBA finals. Except to the guys who share the top billing. One of them will emerge with his first championship and probably the title of best player in the game. It could be James, the three-time MVP. Or it might be Durant, the league's scoring champion the last three years. All they know is whoever it is won't have done it alone. ''Everybody is going to make the most out of the matchup of me versus LeBron, but it's the Thunder versus the Heat,'' Durant said Monday. ''One guy versus another guy, it's not going to be a 1-on-1 matchup to win the series, it's going to be all about the team.'' Maybe, but it's easy to get caught up in their individual brilliance. It's the first time the MVP and scoring champ have met in the finals since 1997, when Michael Jordan's Bulls knocked off MVP Karl Malone and Utah. They are friends and workout partners, play the same small forward position and are blessed with unlimited basketball talent. After years of waiting ...
The Thunder became just the third team in NBA history to rebound from a 2-0 deficit with four straight wins in the conference finals, joining the Lebron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 and the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls in 1993.
Good morning everybody! Back about 6 or years ago I quit collecting basketball cards, and they have been sitting in my bedroom. If you know someone who might be interested in buying them let me know, just message me and I'll respond just as quick as I can. There's about 2,000 of them, so I want to sell it all together. There are Michael Jordan cards in there and old LeBron cards too. Also years ago I bought two LeBron jerseys from the mall and both are homecourt Cleveland Cavaliers jerseys, and they're for sale too. So once again if you know someone who might be interested let me know PLEASE! Thank you
When the Miami Heat win their championship in pretty much done watching NBA basketball. I found this article why I feel that way. As the Miami Heat battle the legendary Boston Celtics for their second shot in as many years at an NBA championship (they lost to the Dallas Mavericks in the finals last year), the anti-Lebron James and the Heat sentiment seems to be as great as ever. But why do so many people have a distaste for everything LeBron? Common Sense Conspiracy takes a closer look. LeBron was America’s sweetheart at first. He jumped from high school in Akron, Ohio to the Cleveland Cavaliers, a team that swam in mediocrity until the now three-time NBA Most Valuable Player arrived. Touted as the heir apparent to Michael Jordan (of course, highly debated as long as supposed Illuminati-henchman Kobe Bryant is around), LeBron became a fan favorite. He played on a crappy team, and his amazing feats on the court made them a contender year after year. But they never could quite get over the hump an ...
Report: LeBron takes third MVP award Posted May 11 2012 6:51PM - Updated May 11 2012 11:44PM MIAMI (AP) -- Heat forward Lebron James is the NBA's MVP for a third time, putting him alongside some of the game's all-time greats. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press that James will be announced Saturday as this year's winner of the league's top individual honor, and that he'll be formally presented with the trophy by Commissioner David Stern on Sunday afternoon before Miami hosts Indiana in Game 1 of an Eastern Conference semifinal series. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the league has not announced the results. Late Friday night, the Heat released plans for a 1 p.m. Saturday event on the court at AmericanAirlines Arena so the team and the NBA could "make a major announcement." James is winning the award for the third time in four seasons. Only seven other players - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan, Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Mo ...
This commercial was made in 1993. they made a re-make of this commercial with Lebron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic.
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