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Topic - Cavaliers
Cavalier was the name used by Parliamentarians for a Royalist supporter of King Charles I during the English Civil War (1642–1651). Prince Rupert, commander of much of Charles I's cavalry, is often considered an archetypical Cavalier. - Source: Wikipedia
Mike Brown and the Cavaliers are getting back together.
Byron Scott's days of trying to turn around the Cavaliers are done.
Scott went 64-166 in his three years with the Cavs, who were weakened by injuries this season but also showed little progress under him.
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving is the NBA's Rookie of the Year, winning the award with the same ease as he dribbled past defenders this season.
Kyrie Irving's entourage consisted of one _ his father. Irving didn't show up with a multimillion-dollar shoe contract, proclamations of greatness, nicknames or tattoos, either.
Kyrie Irving didn't know if he was going to be the No. 1 pick until NBA commissioner David Stern called his name.
LeBron James is coming back to Ohio for his first NBA game since splitting this summer to play in Florida.