Apr 5, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving (2) reacts after missing a shot in overtime against the Charlotte Bobcats at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Daily Links - May 24, 2014

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Each morning, Sunday through Saturday with the possible exception of holidays, Right Down Euclid editor Chris Manning brings you the best Cleveland Cavaliers and NBA related links from across the web. Today the links a look ahead at Anderson Varejao, a few updates on the Cavs’ coaching search and a SB Nation podcast that is a must listen. 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

Report: Cleveland Cavaliers to interview Gentry, Del Negro, Griffin – Chris Manning, Right Down Euclid

What’s Next: Andeson Varejao – Manning, Right Down Euclid

Former Cavs GM Wayne Embry to receives lifetime achievement award – Manning, Right Down Euclid

Windhorst: Cavaliers contacted Billy Donovan about coaching job – Manning, Right Down Euclid

Joel Embiid impresses in workout – Conrad Kaczmarek, Fear The Sword

Making the case for Andrew Wiggins – Justin Rowan, Fear The Sword

How the Cleveland Cavaliers botched the greatest streak of lottery luck in NBA History – Tony Manfred, Business Insider

Cavs Report: Embiid back issue a concern, sources say – Sam Amico, Fox Sports Ohio

Non-Cavaliers Links

Report: Bulls’ Taj Gibson says he was told he’ll start that season, later denies it – Jeremy Woo, SI.com

In Twist, Sterling may allow his life to sell the Clippers – Scott Cacciola, The New York Times

Drive & Kick: An in-depth look at the 2014 NBA Draft class, post-lottery – Paul Flannery, SB Nation with Jonathan Givony, Draft Express

T.J. Warren is the draft’s most natural scorer – Tyler Lashbrook, SB Nation

No end in sight – Tomas Rios, Sports on Earth

What Cuban is really talking about – J.A. Adande, ESPN

Pacers’ Paul George cleared to play in Game 3 – James Herbert, CBS Sports’ Eye on Basketball

Why the NBA won’t allow Shelly Sterling to control the Clippers – Michael McCann, Sports Illustrated

Serge Ibaka could return for Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals – Adrian Wojnarowski, Yahoo! Sports

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Tags: Anderson Varejao Andrew Wiggins Cleveland Cavaliers Joel Embiid

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