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Cavaliers rookie forward Anthony Bennett is expected to miss at least three weeks with a strained left knee.
Cleveland forward Anthony Bennett missed the Cavaliers' game against Utah on Friday night because of a sore right knee, adding to the team's long list of injuries.
Questions constantly asked: What's up with Wizards rookie Otto Porter and why isn't he playing?
The Cleveland Cavaliers entered the All-Star break as one of the hottest teams in the NBA.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are headed toward the All-Star break on a high note.
One day after their general manager was unexpectedly fired and playing without their second leading scorer, the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to snap their six-game losing streak.
The Wizards played down to the competition by losing for the second time in two meetings at home to the Cavaliers, allowing a season-high 67 points in the first half.
Dirk Nowitzki was watching when the Dallas Mavericks took a double-digit lead for good against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
J.R. Smith left Anthony Bennett standing still and Tristan Thompson on his backside.
The Cavaliers' season is sliding toward serious danger, if it's not there already.
The Cleveland Cavaliers needed a breather. They got one Friday night.
The Dallas Mavericks spent most of Monday afternoon playing as if they had a point to prove. They spent the final minutes barely hanging on for a narrow victory.
Cavs rookie Anthony Bennett performed the world's slowest pick this week.
Anthony Bennett last summer became the first Canadian player to be selected No. 1 overall in the NBA draft. In a few months, Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins could be the second in a row.
The No. 1 overall pick is still looking for basket No. 1.
"It feels great," Bennett said. "All the hard work I've put in with the players and coaching staff is paying off."
Asked when the last time he had fun playing basketball he said, "I don't remember, but today was one of those days."