Cleveland Cavaliers & San Antonio Spurs

The Cleveland Cavaliers (also known as the Cavs) are a professional basketball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. The San Antonio Spurs are an American professional basketball team based in San Antonio, Texas. 5.0/5

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Mavs have beat the San Antonio Spurs and the Cleveland Cavaliers back to back! This will be a great week. 😁 Go MAVS!!
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Check out the latest report from Philips Arena after Cleveland Cavaliers shootaround Lebron James on his 30th birthday: "I feel like yesterday when I was 29" On the Atlanta Hawks: "We call them the San Antonio Spurs of the East"
Who are the best teams in the NBA through a month? We did it, everyone. We’re officially one month into the 2014-15 NBA season. In last week‘s NBA Power Rankings, the Memphis Grizzlies held the top spot, the Houston Rockets were closely on their tail, the San Antonio Spurs and Cleveland Cavaliers we…
LUNCH HOUR Lebron James will face the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday for the first time since June in complete different circumstances. James and his former Miami Heat fell 4-1 to the Spurs in the 2013-14 Finals five months ago. Since then a lot has changed in James’ career. He decided to return his home state team of Cleveland Cavaliers during the offseason and try to build on the dream of winning a championship there. James remains adamant, that the Cavaliers could do a lot better, and dismissed rivalry suggestions against the Spurs *Talking point - do you think Le Bron James can lead the leveland Cavaliers to a win over San Antonio Spurs later tonight?
Cleveland Cavaliers vs San Antonio Spurs on November 19, 2014 7:00pm @ the Q in downtown Cleveland. Tickets will be electronically transferred. Tickets next to each other.
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Lebron James Tops Fittest Athletes In The World List NBA superstar Lebron James has topped Sports Illustrated's Top 50 Fittest Male Athletes list, beating out competition from Ballon D'or holder Cristiano Ronaldo and the fastest man on Earth, Usain Bolt. The list, which scored athletes out of 10 in speed, strength, agility and endurance, also contained boxer Floyd Mayweather and Olympic hero swimmer Michael Phelps in the top 10. James, who recently re-joined the Cleveland Cavaliers from Miami Heat following the Heat's defeat to the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA finals, scored a perfect 10 in every category, putting him 1.5 points above the Real Madrid goal machine, who finished on 38.5 and 3.5 points ahead of Jamaican, Bolt, who scored 36.5. The list is heavily weighted by American based athletes from the NFL and NBA, but sees Englishman Chris Froome pop up at 45 and, oddly enough, Manchester City's Micah Richards in 23rd place. Sports Illustrated are already planning a Top 50 list for female athletes.
The San Antonio Spurs have appointed Becky Hammon as an assistant coach, making her the second female to join a regular season coaching staff.The 37-year-old becomes the first female coach since Lisa Boyer helped coach the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2001-02.Boyer worked part-time, while Hammon has...
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 ...
you heard this HERE first! the biggest move of the NBA Trade Deadline this year, came from one of the best teams in the NBA, and the current leader atop the Eastern Conference...the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers agreed to a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers, where they would trade Danny Granger, who has been with the team for his entire career so far, in exchange for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. That wasn't the only move the Sixers did at the trade deadline, they also agreed to trade center Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as it appears Philadelphia is taking "tanking" to a whole new level. It could get worse for the 76ers, as it has been reported Danny Granger was not happy with the trade (who could blame him) and he is reportedly requesting a buyout from the team. Rumor is that if he completes a buyout, the 2 teams on Granger's list are the San Antonio Spurs, and of course...the Miami Heat. A few days ago, it wouldn't be possible for Danny Granger to sign with the Heat because Miami did not have a ...
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NBA update. All four Aussie NBA players teams had big matches yesterday with Patty Mills and Aron Baynes western conference leading San Antonio Spurs (31 win - 8 lose) hosting their main conference rivals Portland Trailblazers (29-9). The Blazers proved too good on the day winning 109-100 with Mills getting 9 points 1 rebound 1 assist and Baynes sitting the game out. Andrew Bogut and his Golden State Warriors (25-15) travelled to Oklahoma City to take on the Chiefs (29-10) and were defeated 127-121 with Bogut playing just 21:40 for his 8 points and 5 rebounds. Matt Dellavedova sat out the Cleveland Cavaliers (14-25) shock win at Denver Nuggets (20-18) 117-109. The Warriors travel to New Orleans to tackle the Pelicans (15-23) today. The Spurs 31-9 heads the western conference from Portland 30-9 and Oklahoma 30-10 with the Warriors 25-16 in 6th. The Eastern Conference is headed by Indiana Pacers 31-7, Miami Heat 28-11 and Toronto Raptors 20-18 with the Cavs 15-25 in 10th.
NBA AUSSIE UPDATE Patty Mills, Aron Baynes and their Western conference powerhouse San Antonio Spurs, took on the Minnesota Timberwolves at home and emerged victorious 104-86. Mills tallied 10 points with 4 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal, while Baynes got some 'junk time' minutes and finished with 2 points, a couple of assists and a rebound. Meanwhile in Sacramento, Matthew Dellavedova's Cleveland Cavaliers took on the Kings and were thumped to the tune of 44 points. Delly only took the floor for 12 minutes but finished with 2 assists, a rebound and a steal.
(SportsNetwork.com) - The surging San Antonio Spurs are back in the Alamo City and will put their nine-game winning streak on the line Saturday versus the Cleveland Cavaliers at the AT&T Center. The Spurs made it nine straight wins with Friday's 102-86 drubbing of the Memphis Grizzlies at FedExForum. Tony Parker scored 20 points, Tiago Splitter added 17 and Manu Ginobili netted 15 points for San Antonio, which shot 53.2 percent. Parker scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. San Antonio survived a furious rally by the Grizzlies for its fifth straight win on the road. "They made a run like we expected them to. This is the NBA. That's how it works," said Spurs power forward Tim Duncan. "We kept our composure and made some plays at the right time." Duncan ended with eight points and six assists, while Kawhi Leonard had 12 points and nine rebounds for the Spurs. The Spurs are 11-1, tying the team record for their best start through 12 games. They were 11-1 in 2010-11. The Spurs will also host New Orleans on t ...
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The grades for this NBA are: A: This year's NBA Finals between The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs were excellent. The series went seven games and both teams put on an excellent show to close out the NBA season. B: This year's NBA Draft was pretty good and it was filled with surprises. Everybody thought that the Cleveland Cavaliers will pick Nerlens Noel as their number one pick. Instead, they picked Anthony Bennett as their number one pick. Also, it is the last year of David Stern being the commissioner for the NBA. After the NBA Draft, Hakeem Olajuwon came in to congratulate his retirement, which is a nice sendoff. C: The Dwight Howard sweepstakes. Couple of weeks ago, I was interest to see which team is Dwight Howard going to play for next season. Either the Lakers, Hawks, Warriors, Mavericks or the Rockets. Right now, I wish he would make up his *** mind and pick a team so everybody would move on with their lives. I think Dwight Howard would sign with the Rockets. D: There have been a record 12 . ...
Greg Oden will likely choose from a group of suitors that includes the San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics and Memphis Grizzlies, a source close to Oden told ESPN.com.
Miami Heat superstar Lebron James went through the “initiation rites” like every other great athletes do – experience a string of failures along the way in their careers before reaching success. James was a 22-year-old youngster when he played in his first-ever NBA Finals with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 . The Cavs were an up-and-coming and exciting team to watch, all because James was the centerpiece of an offense that thrives on alley-oop dunks and fast-paced drives to the basket. But against a veteran-laden, championship-toughened team like the San Antonio Spurs, James’ “initiation rites” process has just begun. First, James’ attack-the-basket-first mode was stymied by the Spurs’ defense, which limited him to just shooting jumpers. Since the high-flying NBA superstar didn’t shoot accurately back then from the perimeter, the Cavs got swept by the Spurs in the process, 0-4 in the Finals. James watched as San Antonio celebrated at Cleveland’s home floor, a sight he will never forge ...
Inspiring Story,let us believe in our God given abilities and work to improve them. San Antonio Spurs' saviors nearly never made it in NBA Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY Sports 8:31 p.m. EDT June 12, 2013 (Photo: Soobum Im, USA TODAY Sports) STORY HIGHLIGHTS San Antonio Spurs guards Danny Green, Gary Neal share bond beyond starring in Game 3 of NBA Finals Green, Neal both nearly gave up on NBA dreams before joining Spurs in 2010 and finding niche They combined to score 51 points and make 13 of Finals-record 16 Spurs threes in win vs. Miami Heat San AntonioDanny Green and Gary Neal are new three-point shooting sensations and hope to etch their names into NBA Finals history with another breakout performance Thursday at the AT&T Center. Just getting the opportunity is something they're adjusting to. Green didn't even have a team three seasons ago after being cut by the Cleveland Cavaliers and wondered about his future in the NBA. "There were many doubts," Green said. "I didn't know where (my career) was going ...
I'm not the biggest NBA fan, however, I am glad to see Lebron James and the Miami Heat fall to the San Antonio Spurs in game one of the 2013 Finals. I highly doubt that San Antonio is able to sweep the series like they did in their last NBA Finals Championship in 2007 when they played LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Being a Cavs fan since I was a toddler, I've "witnessed" LeBron's play, his strengths and his weaknesses. Though his game is nearly flawless, it seems that he is again carrying his team through the playoffs much like he did while he was in Cleveland. Remember, LeBron left Cleveland to go to Miami because he didn't have the supporting cast to win a championship. When playing the Indiana Pacers in this year's Eastern Conference Finals, Miami struggled with the bigs of Indiana. Now, against Greg Popovich's defensive mindsetted San Antonio Spurs team, great point guard play from Tony Parker an inside presence with Tim Duncan, LeBron and Miami have revealed their weaknesses. As mentioned, I've ...
Thursday / June 06 / 2013 Crunching the Numbers: A Finals Preview jericho ilagan The cast is finally complete. After 47 days of grueling playoff battle, two teams bested their opponents to set up the 2013 NBA Finals. The Miami Heat are back in the NBA Finals for the third straight year and try to defend their crown against a veteran-laden and tough San Antonio Spurs squad. The Heat are looking for their second straight championship behind the leadership of their “Big Three” – Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh – while the Spurs are looking to regain the Larry O’Brien Trophy that they last won in 2007. It will be the first time that these two franchises will meet in the NBA Finals. However, the last time the Spurs claimed the crown was when they swept the Cleveland Cavaliers, led by Lebron James. Road to Finals The Spurs first faced the Kobe Bryant-less Los Angeles Lakers in the first round and swept them without much sweat. Gregg Popovich’s squad sent the Lakers packing in just four gam ...
Miami Heat ? OR San Antonio Spurs ? -San Antonio SPURS- WHO THEY ARE? The Spurs might just be the most successful NBA franchise of the 21st century, having appeared in four NBA finals since 1999 and having won four NBA finals since 1999 – a decent enough track record. They have made the playoffs every year since drafting power forward Tim Duncan, benefiting from the fact that the core group of Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili have played their entire NBA careers with the franchise. Despite all this, they have been saddled with a reputation for being "boring". Of course, fans of most basketball teams could only wish that their teams were this level of "boring". -Miami Heat- WHO THEY ARE? The entire state of the NBA changed in the summer of 2010. Free agent Lebron James, a Cleveland Cavaliers superstar well on his way towards establishing himself the best player in the game, went on national television to announce that he was signing with the Miami Heat. The Decision, as the ESPN program was called, ...
Ah, at last. The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs have reached the pinnacle of the sports world as they take to the NBA's grandest stage. To be honest, how did we NOT see this coming? Retrospectively, this has been written in the stars for ages. Obviously, the recent occurrences of both teams pulling their respective stars during their two regular season matches have left a cliffhanger for fans around the world as we have yet to see how these teams bode against one another... but, let's think macro here. Why did Lebron James leave the Cleveland Cavaliers? Lack of a supporting cast. When did he finally realize this? When LeBron & the Cavs were SWEPT by these very Spurs in the 2007 NBA Finals. Now that everything has come full circle, we have the privilege to witness a battle of epic proportions.
Lebron James and Tim Duncan have been here before, opposing one another in pursuit of an NBA title. In 2007, LeBron and his Cleveland Cavaliers were on the wrong end of a four-game sweep at the hands of Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs...
The Miami Heat Big 3 era is over. It's now Lebron James and company vs the Indiana Pacers & San Antonio Spurs. With Dwayne Wade's Health and Game slipping away from him he is a former shell of himself and its hard to watch him struggle every night. Pat Riley this off season will have a lot of choices to make. Also Chris Bosh is not the answer to their problems down low and neither is Chris Andersen either. Lebron James is willing this team to a NBA Finals and the time is now for Heat players to step up cause it only gets tougher from here on out. The Heat may have to ultimately trade Bosh, and Wade and get younger and get better shooters and improve their front line. The Miami Heat before our very own eyes have turned into the Cleveland Cavaliers of the SOUTH. Where Lebron has to do everything in the world in order to win a game. The Pacers,Bulls will get better next year and these ways they win now wont work in a year from now because those players and teams will be much improved. Enjoy it now Heat fans ...
Free NBA prediction for March 16th by - Cleveland Cavaliers at San Antonio Spurs: under 199.5
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I chose the San Antonio Spurs to win against the Cleveland Cavaliers on the Sports Picks App. Prove me wrong.
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These are my prediction picks for Day 99 of this halfway point for the 2012-2013 NBA season: Brooklyn Nets over Washington Wizards: 99-90 LA Lakers over Charlotte Bobcats: 105-99 Indiana Pacers over Toronto Raptors: 96-87 Atlanta Hawks over New Orleans Hornets: 106-103 San Antonio Spurs over Detroit Pistons: 104-96 Cleveland Cavaliers over Orlando Magic: 107-97 Miami Heat over LA Clippers: 98-93 Golden State Warriors over Memphis Grizzlies: 93-88 Houston Rockets over Portland Trail Blazers: 118-115 Oklahoma City Thunder over Phoenix Suns: 110-98 New York Knicks over Minnesota Timberwolves: 101-91 Utah Jazz over Chicago Bulls: 97-92 My record was 1-1 for day 98 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:)
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Matt Bonner Will Shoot!!! First-time All-Stars Paul George of the Indiana Pacers and Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers headline the field for the 2013 Foot Locker Three-Point Contest, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Toyota Center in Houston as part of State Farm NBA All-Star Saturday Night. Rounding out the field are Ryan Anderson of the New Orleans Hornets, Matt Bonner of the San Antonio Spurs, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Steve Novak of the New York Knicks.
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
New York, Jan. 7, 2013 – The New York KnicksCarmelo Anthony and the Houston RocketsJames Harden today were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Dec. 31 through Sunday, Jan. 6. Anthony, who topped the league in scoring at 36.0 ppg, led New York to a 2-1 week, including a home victory over the San Antonio Spurs. He bookended the week with a pair of 40-point performances against the Portland Trail Blazers on Jan. 1 and the Orlando Magic on Dec. 5. His 45 points against the Blazers tied this season’s single-game high (accomplished three times, twice by Anthony and once by Harden). Harden led the Rockets to the NBA’s lone perfect record on the week at 4-0. He averaged 29.3 points (second in the conference), 3.25 steals (second in the conference) and 5.5 assists as Houston collected home victories over the Atlanta Hawks and New Orleans Hornets, and road victories over the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers. Harden extended his strea ...
As usual, here are your weekly Power Rankings! 1. Oklahoma City Thunder. Sitting on eight straight wins with an easy week (New Orleans and Sacramento at home) on tap. Could be the first team to log a double-digit win streak. 2. San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs set the franchise record for 3-pointers (19) against Charlotte, beating the old record (17), also set against Charlotte. That puts the Spurs in a large pool: teams that like playing the Bobcats. 3. New York Knicks. Lost to the Nets last time out but will look for some vengeance Tuesday in Brooklyn, and again on December 19 at Madison Square Garden. 4. Memphis Grizzlies. Given their performance and injury situation in the West, it's easy to imagine the trio of Rudy *** Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol all appearing in the All-Star Game. 5. Los Angeles Clippers. Whoever said Vinny Del *** is not an offensive-minded coach? The Clips are fourth in the league in offensive efficiency and are averaging 108.8 points on their six-game winning streak. 6. Miami Hea .. ...
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
Head to a VIP suite at the Staples center to catch Blake Griffin and the boys battle the Memphis Grizzlies, Golden State Warriors or San Antonio Spurs.
The year was 2007. The San Antonio Spurs were celebrating their fourth NBA title, having swept the Cleveland Cavaliers in four games. It was Lebron James¿s first NBA finals appearance, and only his fourth year in the league. Cleveland struggled, despite c
Well in Miami Heat. Did you know MVP Lebron James reached the finals on two previous occassions without winning it the NBA championship?. First with Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 before losing to San Antonio Spurs then last season when they (Heat) were swept aside by Dallas Mavericks. I think he deserves it.
MIAMI (AP) Lebron James is the MVP of the NBA Finals. James finished with 26 points, 13 assists and 11 rebounds in Game 5 of the title series Thursday night, leading the Miami Heat to a 121-106 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Miami won the second title in franchise history, and James won for the first time in three finals appearances. James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were swept by the San Antonio Spurs in 2007, then he and the Heat fell in six games to the Dallas Mavericks last season.
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In 2007, the San Antonio Spurs made quick work of the upstart Cleveland Cavaliers hoisting their fourth championship banner in nine years.
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