While the Cavs had been playing better basketball as of late, this past week has proven they still aren't championship contenders yet.
The Minnesota Timberwolves need a small forward with something to offer on both ends, and if Harrison Barnes becomes available this summer they should be have significant interest.
Zach LaVine will defend his slam dunk contest title in Toronto on All-Star Weekend, but he got an early warm up in with an alley-oop jam Saturday night.
Kyrie Irving is obviously very talented, and but this spin move to get open for a jump shot taught a Boston Celtics player not to be overly aggressive when closing out.
The Cleveland Cavaliers brought Kyrie Irving along slowly after his recovery from a broken knee cap, but it is time to let him play more.
For some reason, the Cavaliers continue to resort to bad habits when things get tough, something new coach Tyronn Lue is going to have to fix.
Tyronn Lue made a move last night which proved he's going to hold the Cleveland Cavaliers accountable now that he's in charge.
Myles Turner has taken the NBA by storm over the last few weeks, and it appears like a star has possibly been born in Indiana. On Monday night, Turner made national highlight reels on multiple occasions, but most notably for this epic rejection of the king, LeBron James.
LeBron James is overpowering in the half court, but on a fast break, Spurs guard Patty Mills found just how strong he can be.
The Cavs host San Antonio tonight in what will be their last chance to prove they can topple one of the NBA's best teams.