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After a lot of drama, it looks like the Cavs are finally settling into a groove.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers cruised past the Los Angeles Clippers yesterday on Sunday in a 114-90 win that saw the Cavs have a lot of fun. LeBron James, for instance, looked like the biggest Kyrie Irving fan in the world after Irving hit a deep three in the second half. The win also moved the Cavs to 3-0 on their current West Coast road trip that wraps up tomorrow in Utah when the Cavs take on the Jazz.

It's been a fun stretch for the Cavs. Sunday was just another example. Now for some good Cavs reads.

At cleveland.com, Joe Vardon wrote about how the Cavs again beat an elite Western Conference team.  For what it's worth, the Cavs are 5-1 against the Clippers, Spurs and Thunder this season.

At CBS Sports, Matt Moore wrote about Cleveland's win Sunday and how it served as a reminder that the Cavs are the favorite to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals.

At ESPN, Dave McMenamin wrote about how Kobe Bryant may have helped the Cavs on their quest for a championship.

At FTS, our manager David Zavac wrote about how the Cavs' lineups without LeBron aren't great, but there are obvious solutions on the roster.

At the Akron Beacon Journal, Jason Lloyd caught up with former Cav and current Warrior Andreson Varejao, who says he would root for Cleveland if Golden State doesn't make the finals vs. the Cavs. Varejao is also living in a hotel at the moment.

This isn't Cavs related, by SB Nation NBA and every team site participated in a 'Rookie Week' last week and all the content is fantastic.