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By Richard Rahn
Treaty would let tyrants peer into Americans' financial information
Topic - Dion Waiters
Kyrie Irving was already wearing his jacket and a Louis Vuitton backpack as he conducted his final postgame interview.
With slim hopes of avoiding the NBA's worst record, the Milwaukee Bucks are making the most of their late-season opportunity.
Their playoff chase, which somehow lasted longer that it probably should have, is officially over.
As if the Cavaliers and Browns don't have enough trouble winning games. Now their most prominent stars are going at it.
At this point in the season, the Cleveland Cavaliers are hoping to make one last run at the playoffs and the Orlando Magic are looking for luck in the NBA draft lottery.
The Cleveland Cavaliers aren't ready to throw in the towel.
As shot after shot dropped through the net, it became clear LeBron James was going to have one of those special nights.
The Cleveland Cavaliers found a way to shake off a horrid start to post another impressive road victory in their late-season playoff push.
When Michael Jordan speaks, people still listen.
Cavaliers guard Dion Waiters has returned after missing seven games with a knee injury, giving the club a key component for its playoff push.
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.
With his team in trouble, DeMar DeRozan flashed his All-Star form at the finish.
Cavaliers guard Dion Waiters is out for Cleveland's game against the Orlando Magic with a hyperextended left knee.
The Cleveland Cavaliers entered the All-Star break as one of the hottest teams in the NBA.
Bradley Beal was solid with 21 points in the first exhibition for All-Star Weekend, but Tim Hardaway and Dion Waiters produced the most fireworks.
"You never know with this business," he said. "It's not about friendships or relationships. It's about wins and losses, so that opened my eyes up that anything can happen any given day."
"I've been a part of this and I want to continue to be part of this," he said.