Feb 24, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving (2) and Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) during the second half at the American Airlines Arena. MIami won 109-105. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid: Episode 20

Welcome to “Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid.” Every Tuesday the RDE crew of Zachary Kolesar and Chris Manning, along with host Nick Harley, will talk the latest Wine and Gold new to keep you informed on headlining topics in the form of back-and-forth discussion. We will cover the most important topics in a four-quarter (and overtime) breakdown spanning from the shores of Lake Erie to all around the NBA (if it is relevant breaking news).

In the twentieth episode website editor Zachary Kolesar and contributing blogger Chris Manning talk about Cleveland’s chances on passing on players like Shabazz Muhammad and Nerlens Noel, the expectations for Dion Waiters, backup point guard solutions, Kyrie Irving’s injury troubles and the Miami Heat’s impressive February streak.

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You can also fast forward to the section of your choice by looking at the start time of each quarter:

First Quarter – Should the Cavaliers pass on a player with so many question marks, such as Muhammad, if he falls into their laps in the draft?

Starts at the beginning of podcast

Second Quarter – Had Dion lived up to the expectations that the Cavaliers had when they drafted him?

Starts at 7:34

Third Quarter – Is it pertinent for Cleveland to go after a high-class backup point guard for Kyrie?

Starts at 11:57

Fourth Quarter – Should we be worried about how much time Irving has missed this season?

Starts at 15:03

Overtime – Can teams slow down the Heat come playoff time?

Starts at 18:24

Make sure to join us next Tuesday for your weekly dose of “Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid.”

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Tags: Cleveland Cavaliers Dion Waiters Kyrie Irving Shabazz Muhammad

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