Mar 30, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers guard Jarrett Jack (1) reacts during a game against the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena. Cleveland won 90-76. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Daily Links - April 16, 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 Luol Deng’s award, a slew of draft declarations and columns from two of the best basketball writers alive. 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 wins J. Walter Kennedy Citzenship Award – Chris Manning, Right Down Euclid

Episode 72 of Tuesdays With Right Down Euclid – Manning and Trevor Magnotti, Right Down Euclid

What’s going to happen with the Cavaliers’ front office – Conrad Kaczmarek, FearTheSword.com

Michigan’s Nik Stauskas and Glenn Robinson enter draft - Sports Illustrated

Michigan’s McGary unsure about draft – The Associated Press

Luol Deng is awesome, volume infinity – Caleb Nordegan, Hardwood Paroxysm

Non-Cavaliers Links

NBA Awards Season – Zach Lowe, Grantland.com (Dion Waiters and Matthew Dellavedova receive honorable mentions)

Draft Report Dante Exum Of Australian Institute Of Sport – Jonathan Tjarks, RealGM.com

How the Bulls Overcame the Loss of D-Rose, Became the Team No One Wants to Face – Howard Beck, Bleacher Reporter

NBA Report: Pistons aim to be bad in a good way – Sam Amico, Fox Sports Ohio

Nike Hoop Summit: Top prospects (Insider) – Chad Ford, ESPN.com

A Look at LeBron James’ Regular Season As It Wraps Up – Matthew Hochberg, SavingTheSkyhook.com

Also, Cavs Twitter went into a frenzy over what, in this writer’s opinion, amounts to nothing. This tweet from WFNY’s Scott Sargent was what alerted me to some interesting comments from Akron Beacon Journal beat reporter Jason Lloyd on local Cleveland radio.

Tags: Cleveland Cavaliers Jarrett Jack Luol Deng

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