Jason Lloyd Says Cavs’ Run a “Credit To Everyone Involved”, Getting Rid of Hawks Quickly the Best Bet For Kyrie’s Injury
Jason Lloyd talks about the adversity the Cavs have shown, the turnaround the J.R. Smith has continued to show and his production on the court for this team, Kyrie Irving’s injury and how difficult it’s been for him to fight through it, LeBron’s ability to mask mistakes…
Eric Snow talks about the Cavs’ run through the playoffs so far, the differences in LeBron at this point in his career compared to when he played with him in Cleveland the first time, Kyrie Irving’s injury, David Blatt’s adjustments throughout the season and how much credit he deserves, the importance of Matthew Dellavedova…
92.9 The Game’s Mike Bell of CBS Atlanta joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the vibe in the city after losing the opener against the Cavaliers, what happened to Kyle Korver during the defensive break down on the LeBron dunk, what “Atlanta-itis” is, and more.
Cavaliers writer Sam Amico joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the Cavs’ game one win over the Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals, why he doesn’t believe resting Kyrie Irving will do any good, LeBron recognizing his faults near the end of the game, still looking for people to give David Blatt credit for his role in the postseason run, the other injuries effecting the team, and how hypothetically the Hawks could still win the series.
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Mark Price, Cavaliers Legend on the Game 1 win and some of the coaching decisions.
LeBron James scored 31 points and J.R. Smith made eight 3-pointers and added 28, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers past the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks 97-89 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday night.
Following the Cavaliers’ 97-89 win, Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer said Carroll will have a MRI on Thursday to determine the severity of the sprain.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry said he disagreed with the NBA’s decision to fine him $5,000 for violating the league’s anti-flopping rules against the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
Stephen Curry knows he may no longer be the biggest star in his family. At least for one day, that title belonged to his 2-year-old daughter, Riley.