Apr 11, 2014; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving (2) drives for a shot during the first quarter against the Milwaukee Bucks at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Daily Links - April 15, 2014

Each morning, Right Down Euclid co-editor Chris Manning brings you the best Cavaliers and NBA related links from across the web. Today, the links include the Cleveland Plain Dealer referencing Urban Dictionary, Willie Cauley-Stein unexpectedly returning to Kentucky and an Luol Deng’s injury history. If you have a link that you feel should be here tomorrow, e-mail Chris at [email protected] or Tweet him @cwmwrites.

Cleveland Cavaliers Links

Luol Deng out Wednesday vs. Brooklyn - Chris Manning, Right Down Euclid

Kyrie Irving continues to screw with Cavs fans – Scott Sargent, Waiting For Next Year

Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein tweets he’s returning to school – Matt Moore, CBS Sports

Aaron Gordon to enter NBA Draft – Marc Spears, Yahoo! Sports 

Duke’s Parker to decide Wednesday on going pro – The Associated Pres

Current Cavaliers’ draft odds – Rich Exner, North East Ohio Media Group

Mike Brown believes Cavs Nucleus can win in NBA – Jason Lloyd, The Akron Beacon Journal

Kyrie Irving clear on short-term goals - Jodie Valada, The Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Joe Dumars Era comes to an end – Detroit Bad Boys

Syracuse’s Jerami Grant to enter NBA Draft – Pete Thamel, Sports Illustrated

Hardwood Paroxysm joints the FanSided Network - FanSided Press Release

Non-Cavaliers Links

John Calipari wants one-and-done rule changed - Sports Illustrated Now

How I learned to worrying and learned to love the Chicago Bulls - Seerat Sohi, Hardwood Paroxysm

Buying in: David Foster Wallace, Wes Anderson and the San Antonio Spurs - Steve McPherson, Hardwood Paroxysm

Searching for Jackson’s Five – Seerat Sohi, Sports on Earth

All By Himself - Colin McGowan, Sports on Earth


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