Keidel: LeBron James, Cavaliers Still No Threat To WestLeBron James and his retooled Cavs still can't compete with the Warriors or Rockets. And an offseason move to the Lakers won't change that.
LeBron Haters Sound Off On Warriors Free Agency RumorsLeBron James, criticized for a rumor that he would talk to the Warriors in free agency, deserves the benefit of the doubt.
2017 NBA Holiday Wish ListThe end of the year is upon us, which means it's time to create holiday wish lists. We took a shot at guessing what some people and teams around the NBA are wishing for this year.
LeBron James Scores 57, Cavaliers Top Wiz 130-122James hadn't scored this much since getting a career-high 61 for the Miami Heat on March 3, 2014, against the Charlotte Hornets.
Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than ClevelandKyrie Irving, Cavs point guard playing with LeBron James on a team likely to return to the NBA Finals, wants a trade for some reason.
Billups Withdraws From Cavs' Front Office JobChauncey Billups spun away from the Cavaliers.
Chillin': Ice Cube, Cavs Still Waiting On Billups' Decision Ice Cube is chilling as he waits for Chauncey Billups to make a move.
Source: Cavaliers Owner, Billups Meeting For 2nd TimeChauncey Billups once competed against the Cleveland Cavaliers as a player. He could be joining them.
Chauncey Billups Could End Up In Cavaliers' Front OfficeAfter their NBA Finals loss, the Cleveland Cavaliers are re-loading their front office and that could include former Denver Nuggets Chauncey Billups.
Keidel: Are Warriors Just Too Much For Cavs?The Warriors beat the Cavaliers handily in the NBA Finals' first two games, and LeBron and company couldn't stop Durant. On to Cleveland.
Keidel: Don't Write The Cavs Off Because Of Game 1After Game 1 of the NBA Finals, a 22-point loss to a near-perfect performance by Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors, we're being told the Cavs have a microscopic chance of winning a game.
Keidel: NBA Finals, With Legacies In LimboThe Cavaliers and Warriors will square off in their third consecutive NBA Finals, as LeBron James and Kevin Durant look to their legacies.

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