Daily News - June 18, 2014

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Cleveland Cavaliers have four in sight for coaching vacancy
Author: Bob Finnan
Publication: The News-Herald

"The Cavaliers are entering the final phase of their far-reaching head-coaching search. They could pick their next head coach by the end of the week.

The finalists have been established. For a team that has another mandate to make the playoffs from its owner, it’s a bit odd that they are going after such unproven commodities.

For now, we’ll keep Charlotte Hornets assistant coach Mark Price in the mix. Here’s a look at the Final Foursome:" - CLICK HERE to read full story.


Season-in-Review: Dion Waiters
Author: Joe Gabriele
Publication: cavs.com

"Season Overview: The Cavaliers’ Draft class of 2012 – Dion Waiters and Tyler Zeller – both wrapped up their sophomore seasons in style. The difference was that Waiters started strong and finished strong, completing the campaign as perhaps the Wine and Gold’s most consistent player all season long.

After being drafted No. 4 overall the previous June, Waiters hit the ground running – playing in 61 games, starting 48, and averaged 14.7 points per contest. Among first-year players, he ranked second in points per game, fourth in assists and fourth in steals – numbers good enough to land him on the NBA’s All-Rookie First Team and get him an invite to the U.S. National Team’s mini-camp in Vegas." - CLICK HERE to read full story.


Rick Noland: There’s a chance LeBron James could return to the Cavaliers, but the feeling here is he’ll stay with the Heat
Author: Rick Noland
Publication: Chronicle-Telegram

"It could happen. I didn’t say it will or that it’s probable or even that there’s a decent chance. I simply said it could occur.

We are talking, of course, about LeBron James returning to the Cavaliers.

Over the next four weeks or so, those of you who are sick and tired of hearing about James are going to get — if it’s possible — even more sick and tired of hearing about him. My advice to you is to go live in a cave for a bit, because it’s only going to get worse." - CLICK HERE to read full story.


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