Oct 11, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving (2) shoots in front of Orlando Magic point guard Jameer Nelson (14) at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesday's With Right Down Euclid - Episode 50

Welcome to “Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid.” Every Tuesday the RDE co-editor and host Chris Manning is joined by various members of the RDE staff to talk the latest Wine and Gold and NBA news to keep you informed on headlining topics in the form of back-and-forth discussion. We will cover the most important subjects 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 50th episode host Chris Manning is joined by site blogger Trevor Magnotti to talk what Cavalier has the most to prove, the biggest Cavaliers season storylines, expectations for Kyrie Irving, the week of opening games, Cavaliers seasons predictions and their predictions for the 2014 NBA Finals.

You can listen to the full episode below or click here to listen/download the podcast from the hosting site.

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

First Quarter – What Cavalier has the most riding on this season?

Starts at the beginning

Second Quarter – What Cavaliers storyline will you be following the closest this  season?

Starts at 16:33

Third Quarter –What are your expectations for Kyrie Irving this season?

Starts at 29:22

Fourth Quarter – How will the Cavaliers fare on opening week?

Starts at 35:09

Overtime – How will the Cavaliers fare this season?

Starts at 42:30

Double Overtime – Who will take home the Larry O’Brien trophy this season?

Starts at 50:13

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

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