You head over to your favorite betting portal and see the match you’ve been waiting for has finally been listed. You don’t like the odds, so you check another one, and another one. Surprisingly, the odds listed at each of them are almost identical. You start to suspect that they have made secret arrangements – […]
Author Archives: Luke Ross
Cleveland Cavaliers: The Difference Between 2015 and 2016
Many things can happen in few days. Just a week ago, after losing 108:97 at Quicken Loans, it was impossible to find anyone who believed that Larry O’brian Trophy will finally make its way to Ohio. I know I haven’t. I guess that’s why we love this game so much. That’s natural that all the […]
Cavs Plan to Run Faster. Seriously???
Do they know something that we’ve all been missing? Otherwise it’s hard to explain how LeBron and Lue plan to beat Golden State with their own weapon. The Warriors are the best running team in history. And not only offensively, like Nash’s Suns. So why the Cavs think that they can beat them in their […]
Who Can Stop the Warriors & Spurs – NBA 2016 Title Odds
The Playoffs are just around the corner and it’s time to check who is ready to go all the way and who’s not. Eastern Conference There is one question to be asked here: can someone challenge Cavaliers and LeBron making a return to the Finals? In November-December, the answer would be a simple no. However, […]
Tyronn Lue vs David Blatt – Which Cavs are Better?
It’s been two months since Cavaliers fired David Blatt, so it might be a good time for a short comparison and ask a few questions. First, are Ty Lue Cavs Better? – No. Are they a happier team? – No. Do they have higher chances winning the title? – I doubt. Did Dan Gilbert make […]
The Economic Benefits of LBJ’s Return to Cleveland
When Lebron James returned to Cleveland after his Championship run in Miami, many expected an instant upgrade to the Cavaliers’ success, but what many didn’t anticipate is the drastic effect Lebron’s return has had on the surrounding business and overall economics in the Cleveland area. One of the happiest people about this is Owner Dan […]
First Real Test
After getting the starters back, changing the line-up and playing the 7th easiest schedule in NBA so far, January will be a good time to see where the Cavs truly stand this season. So far, Cleveland managed to pile up enough victories to lead the improving Eastern Conference. Considering the missing players, Mozgov coming back […]
Old Habits Die Hard
Yes, the Cavs haven’t enjoyed their optimal rooster so far this year. They suffered many injuries and David Blatt had to open with dozen different line ups in less than 30 games. JR Smith hasn’t gotten his rhythm yet this year. And yet, this all just excuses. Cavs have a problem to perform as a […]