Cleveland Cavaliers & Sacramento Kings

The Cleveland Cavaliers (also known as the Cavs) are a professional basketball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. The Sacramento Kings are a professional basketball team based in Sacramento, California, United States. 5.0/5

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The farewell tour of the once-great Lakers hoping to cling to the past is long gone, replaced by trying to start something new without really having anything new. While power forward Randle has star potential, most of the recent arrivals are veterans needing to prove they can still contribute in a big way, specifically Boozer, projected as the opening-night starter ahead of Randle, and Jeremy Lin, the starter if Nash struggles with his health. OK. When Nash struggles with his health. Bryant will marshal every piece of energy within California and five other states to drive the Lakers back into playoff consideration. Scott will offer more than local cred and Showtime memories. And Young may continue to score. But this could still get very ugly. All 30 teams were evaluated for their off-season moves with the Lakers being one of three teams to get a D. The Philadelphia 76ers and Indiana Pacers received the same grade with no other teams in the league going lower and only the Sacramento Kings getting a slight ...
You read it here first- my anticipated nationally televised Christmas Day NBA schedule: the Cleveland Cavaliers vs Miami Heat (return of LeBron in Miami for the first time) Chicago Bulls vs Los Angeles Lakers (Pau Gasol's return to LA) and Clippers vs Golden State (doesnt matter where...this is a growing rivalry)...a repeat of history much like Lakers vs Sacramento Kings...2 teams that cant STAND each other...finally OKC vs Spurs
NBA Mock Draft 1.0 This is the first of my series of mock drafts leading up to the draft. (I know I posted one earlier but that one was only the lottery - this one is the whole first round) *NOTE: This is not who I think they should take - it is who I think they are going to take. 1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Andrew Wiggins, SG/SF, Kansas 2. Milwaukee Bucks: Joel Embiid, C, Kansas 3. Philadelphia 76ers: Jabari Parker, SF, Duke 4. Orlando Magic: Dante Exum, PG, Australia 5. Utah Jazz: Noah Vonleh, PF, Indiana 6. Boston Celtics: Aaron Gordon, SF/PF, Arizona 7. LA Lakers: Marcus Smart, PG, OK State 8. Sacramento Kings: Julius Randle, PF, Kentucky 9. Charlotte Hornets: Nik Stauskas, SG, Michigan 10. Philadelphia 76ers: Gary Harris, SG, Michigan State 11. Denver Nuggets: James Young, SG/SF, Kentucky 12. Orlando Magic: Dario Saric, SF/PF, Croatia 13. Minnesota Timberwolves: Doug McDermott, SF, Creighton 14. Phoenix Suns: Adreian Payne, PF/C, Michigan State 15. Atlanta Hawks: P.J. Hairston, SG, Texas Legends 16. Chic ...
Change of plans as Ginebra eyes ex-NBA player Jackson to replace Rodgers Nelson Beltran [ Source: Philippine Star ] - March 18, 2014 In this Oct. 29, 2010 file photo, Sacramento Kings' Darnell Jackson, left, attempts a shot as New Jersey Nets' Kris Humphries defends during the third quarter of an NBA basketball game in Newark, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)MANILA, Philippines – Barangay Ginebra is now considering to tap former NBA player Darnell Jackson as replacement to Leon Rodgers. Jackson, a three-year NBA veteran with stints with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Sacramento Kings, is in town, flown in by the Meralco Bolts. However, Jackson reportedly refused to join the Bolts’ practice session Monday with Brian Butch still under contract as Meralco import. Jackson, apparently, now wants to void his own deal with Meralco.
TRADE DEADLINE RECAP: -Indiana Pacers trade Danny Granger and a 2015 second-round pick to the Philadelphia 76ers for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. -Sacramento Kings trade Marcus Thornton to the Brooklyn Nets for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans. -LA Lakers trade Steve Blake to the Golden State Warriors for Kent Bazemore and Marshon Brooks. -Sixers trade Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Earl Clark, Henry Sims, and two second-round picks. -Miami Heat trade Roger Mason Jr. and cash considerations to the Kings for a protected second-round pick. - Charlotte Bobcats trade Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien to the Milwaukee Bucks for Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal. - Washington Wizards trade Jan Veselý to the Denver Nuggets for Andre Miller and send Eric Maynor and two second-round picks to the Sixers. -Nuggets trade Jordan Hamilton to the Houston Rockets for Aaron Brooks. -Los Angeles Clippers trade Antawn Jamison to the Atlanta Hawks for a $1.4 million Trade Exception. - San Antonio Spurs trade Nando de Colo t ...
Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Sacramento Kings: Reaction and quotes from Anthony Bennett, Mike Brown, and more
It's Monday morning and we are back with more Cleveland Cavaliers tickets to giveaway! We have 5 (4)-packs of tickets for tomorrow (Tuesday, February 11) at 7 pm when the Cavaliers play the Sacramento Kings. Leave us a comment and let us know why you should win. We will announce the winners today at NOON! Tickets must be picked up at the station by 5 PM tomorrow. Go Cavaliers!
LeBron classy remarks about the Sacramento Kings love it, now come back to Cleveland Cavaliers already!
After this year's Sixers team of youth and player development finishes the current lottery-bound season, they will enter the offseason with around $41 Million to go all HINKIE on Free Agency '14. Of course 'The Decision 2.0' looms, and the question remains...Where will Lebron James play next season?? My prediction is he stays lush in Miami, unless the Heat fail to win a 3rd championship, in which case they will try and resign Lebron as he tests Free Agency, and/or work on moving Chris Bosh. Which leaves the next question...Who can REALLY sign Lebron in 2014?? Good for us the Sixers are leading the pack.. 2014 Projected Cap Room 1) Sixers ($41 million) 2) Charlotte Bobcats ($34 million) 3) Cleveland Cavaliers ($32 million) 4) Dallas Mavericks ($37 million) 5) Detroit Pistons ($23 million) 6) Los Angeles Lakers ($30 million) 7} Orlando Magic ($36 million) 8) Phoenix Suns ($34 million) 9)Sacramento Kings ($32 million) 10) Utah Jazz ($55 million) So other than Miami, that leaves Lebron with a real possibility ...
76ERS AT RAPTORS, 7 P.M. ET • John Salmons, Greivis Vasquez and Patrick Patterson will all be available to play for The Toronto Raptors. Along with Chuck Hayes, the trio was acquired from the Sacramento Kings in a trade with for Rudy *** Aaron Gray and Quincy Acy on Sunday. • “We want to make sure we integrate them in and mix them in as much as possible,” Raptors coach Dwane Casey said of the newcomers. “We’ve given them some simple things to think about and do offensively but the one thing they can do, and it’s universal, is play defense so I’m excited to see what they bring and what shakes out of it.” • Hayes will be unable to play as he is in Cleveland Cavaliers undergoing baseline cardio tests. • Raptors forward Tyler Hansbrough will make his return to the lineup after missing two-straight games with a shoulder sprain. • Philadelphia 76ers rookie sensation Michael Carter-Williams will miss his fifth straight game with a right knee infection. Carter-Williams is averaging 17.7 .. ...
NBA Teams on the playoff radar this season: Detroit Pistons, Cleveland Cavaliers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings .
NBA-News from overnight-Josh Smith and the Detroit Pistons come to terms on a four year contract worth a reported $56M. Another former Atlanta Hawk on the move in center Zaza Pachulia, who agrees to a three year deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. Forward Carl Landry signs with the Sacramento Kings. Shooting guard Jared Jack signs with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Guard Shaun Livingston signs with the Brooklyn Nets.
Which of these teams that didn't make the playoffs last year make it this year? Cleveland Cavaliers, Minnesota Timberwolves Portland Trail Blazers,Washington Wizards, Dallas Mavericks,New Orleans Hornets (now the Pelicans) , Detroit Pistons , Toronto Raptors, Charlotte Bobcats, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, Sacramento Kings.
These are my prediction picks for Day 92 of this halfway point for the 2012-2013 NBA season: LA Clippers over Toronto Raptors: 107-104 Indiana Pacers over Miami Heat: 95-92 Boston Celtics over Orlando Magic: 96-88 Brooklyn Nets over Chicago Bulls: 99-93 New York Knicks over Milwaukee Bucks: 105-98 Philadelphia 76ers over Sacramento Kings: 106-98 Detroit Pistons over Cleveland Cavaliers: 101-96 Memphis Grizzlies over Washington Wizards: 96-92 New Orleans Hornets over Denver Nuggets: 113-111 Portland Trail Blazers over Utah Jazz: 113-109 Phoenix Suns over Dallas Mavericks: 98-96 LA Lakers over Minnesota Timberwolves: 99-96 My record was 2-0 for day 91 of this young 2012-2013 NBA season If you have any questions about my NBA picks just asked and I will answer them for you:)
F*** the Lakers f*** Memphis Grizzlies f*** San Antonio Spurs f*** the Chicago Bulls f*** the Miami Heat f*** the Boston Celtics f*** the LA Clippers f*** the Milwaukee Bucks f*** the Golden State Warriors f*** the Oklahoma City Thunder f*** the Sacramento Kings f*** the Cleveland Cavaliers f*** the Charlotte Bobcats f*** the New Orlean Hornets and if I missed anybody f*** them too KNICKS NATION !!! LMS if rep ya fav team
Dion Waiters of the Cleveland Cavaliers shoots against Jimmer Fredette and Jason Thompson of the Sacramento Kings / (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)
We got good games today guys, one of them is actually in progress. Once, again we have good games but NBA TV decides to showcase some of the more less interesting games, smh. Anyways here are all the games for the day: LA Clippers 47 - Phoenix Suns 44 2Q 4:28 Golden State Warriors at Washington Wizards at 7:00 ET San Antonio Spurs at Charlotte Bobcats at 7:00 ET Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics at 7:30 ET New Orleans Hornets at Miami Heat at 7:30 (NBA TV) Detroit Pistons at Cleveland Cavaliers at 7:30 ET New York Knicks at Chicago Bulls at 8:00 ET Atlanta Hawks at Memphis Grizzlies at 8:00 ET Dallas Mavericks at Houston Rockets at 8:00 ET Sacramento Kings at Portland Trail Blazers at 10:00 ET
To add to it, I particpated in the same mock draft Auction which I bid money on players for practice with HIM!!! I asked him "Are you really Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers?" He said "Yeah" and I said "I can't believe it!" He said "Yep, nice to meet you." I for fun drafted him as my point guard and I told him "I drafted you as my point guard." He said "LOL, that's funny!!!" "LOL, I don't have enough money." Then he said "Look at my Roster." He drafted Dwayne Wade, Rusell Westbrook(two of the nba's best point guards) and Demarcus Cousins a Power Forward on the Sacramento Kings. He then told me "Well, I got to go to practice, sorry." I am on cloud 9 tonight, I got to talk to a celebrity! It's like talking to Brad Pitt on the streets!
"Taking my advice of Buying Low and Selling High, I am very pleased the Golden State Warriors are in serious talks yet again with Big Man J.J. Hickson (yes, the same J.J. who the Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn't trade for Amar'e Stoudemire year's ago) after losing out on him last year when the Portland Trail Blazers stepped in and claimed him before he cleared waivers from his release from the Sacramento Kings. Even though I like Big Man David Lee, he needs somebody to toughen him up, compete with him for his starting power forward spot and take some of the burden of him from playing so many minutes at center (when the Warriors play small ball). Speaking of players team's foolishly wouldn't trade for Amar'e, the Warriors have decided not offer Stephen Curry an extension since he has ankle sprain issues the last two years. Initially I liked that but then I thought, hey the Warriors are still trying to trade for the best center in the NBA, Dwight Howard, even though he just said he only wants to go to the Br ...
For those of you interested in the top 5 of the NBA Draft this is what it's looking like... 1. Anthony Davis - New Orleans Hornets 2. Thomas Robinson - Charlotte Bobcats 3. Bradley Beal - Washington Wizards 4. Harrison Barnes - Cleveland Cavaliers 5. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist - Sacramento Kings
Just 1 more win LBJ. Make us (your fans since day 1) proud. 9 years of being an LeBron fan and never regretted it. And to think that I accidentally watched the guys 1st game. I was 11, From the province I accompanied dad to visit mom here in baguio. I opened the TV, browsed some channels then stuck on watching a basketball game between then a little known Cleveland Cavaliers vs Sacramento Kings. I watched the game and quickly loved the way a skinny kid with a Cavaliers Jersey jersey played. This guy did everything, points, rebounds, assists, even some steals(Just All around performance). They lost that game vs Sacramento but I knew then that I found the player I would root for. (even if everybody at that time was a Laker, Shaq & Kobe fan...) Go Bron, get that first ring...
I've seen three NBA mock drafts in the last couple of days, and all three of them have Royce White going to the Boston Celtics at No. 22 in the first round. Also, two of them have Harrison Barnes going to the Sacramento Kings at No. 5 and another has him going to the Cleveland Cavaliers at No. 4.
Kobe and LeBron Mix. Dunks, steals, layups, buzzer beater and much more! Mutual respect in each other. Black Mamba 24 and The King 23. Cleveland Cavaliers an...
Rookie season James was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the first overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft. Facing the Sacramento Kings in his first NBA g...
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