Each morning, Sunday through Saturday with the possible exception of holidays, Right Down Euclid co-editor Chris Manning brings you the best Cleveland Cavaliers and NBA related links from across the web. Today the links include a piece from yours truly about the Cavs and Blazers, a sponsor returning to the Los Angeles Clippers and a feature on religion in the NBA for Sam Amick, aka the man who once tracked down DeMarcus “Boogie” Cousins at Wal-Mart. 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
Why the Cleveland Cavaliers should follow the Oregon Trail – Chris Manning, RightDownEuclid.com
Why are Cleveland Cavaliers still playing the waiting game? Hey, Mary! – Mary Schmitt-Boyer, The Cleveland Plain Dealer
NBA Rumors: Cleveland Cavaliers interested in Carlos Boozer - Andrew Melnick, FanSided.com
NBA to appoint acting Clippers CEO in wake of Donald Sterling ban – Matt Moore, CBSSports.com. The news was originally released via a press release from the NBA.
Donald Sterling’s wife supports NBA’s Clippers takeover – Sam Amick, USA Today Sports
In NBA, religion can be unifying or divisive – Sam Amick, USA Today Sports
Red Bull resumes Clippers sponsorship, with a twist - Nancy Armour, USA Today Sports
Splash Engineering: A Look at the Science Behind Golden State’s Sublime Shooters - Kirk Goldsberry, Grantland.com
Kevin Durant to win 2014 NBA MVP, according to report – Kevin Zimmerman, SBNation.com
Michael Carter-Williams to be named Rookie of the Year, according to report - Drew Garrison, SBNation.com
Kevin Durant delivers, eliminates Memphis in 120-109 victory – Drew Garrison, SBNation.com
Grizzlies took hard way out to the very end in loss to Thunder – Matt Moore, CBSSports.com
Calm in the N.B.A after the Sterling Storm – William C. Rhoden, The New York Times
The San Antonio Spurs and the Dallas Mavericks: Life, The Universe And Everything – Ian Levy, Hardwood Paroxysm