Nov 28, 2013; Paradise Island, BAHAMAS; Kansas Jayhawks center Joel Embiid (21) reacts with guard Naadir Tharpe (10) after scoring during the game against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at the 2013 Battle 4 Atlantis in the Imperial Arena at the Atlantis Resort. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Daily Links - June 3rd, 2014

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 include an update on the Cavaliers’ coaching search, a look at the Cavs’ options at No. 1 and a piece examining the NBA’s premier power couple. 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

Breakdown: Why the Cavs would be wise to take Joel Embiid – Zach Harper, CBS Sports’ Eye on Basketball

Draft Options: What can the Cavaliers do with the No. 1 Pick – Matt Moore, CBS Sports’ Eye on Basketball

Vinny Del Negro interviewed for Cavs job – Chris Manning, Right Down Euclid

Luol Deng receives one vote for All-Defensive Team – Manning, Right Down Euclid

What’s Next: Alonzo Gee – Manning, Right Down Euclid

Links to the Present: Reality Edition – David Wood, Cavs: The Blog

Searching at depth at shooting guard for the Cavaliers – Justin Rowan, Fear The Sword

Non-Cavaliers Links

Jackson’s remarks on Fisher prove costly – Scott Cacciola, The New York Times

Joakim Noah leads the NBA’s 2013-2014 All-Defensive Team – Kelly Dwyer, Yahoo! Sports’ Ball Don’ Lie

Pop and Timmy: Power Couple – Marc Stein,

The foreign legion in San Antonio – Kirk Goldsberry, Grantland

Indiana Pacers always the bridesmaid – Ethan Sherwood Strauss,

Kevin Durant has room for improvement – Ethan Sherwood Strauss,

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