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Fear the Newsletter: Andrew Bogut's Cavs career is probably over

That and a Cavs loss are today’s main talking points.

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Here's today's Fear the Newsletter, where we will always try to set you up like Kyrie passing to LeBron off the glass.

TALK TO ME: So, the Cavs lost to the Heat with Ty Lue out due to illness. And Andrew Bogut played a total of 58 seconds before breaking his tibia. LeBron James said he could hear the break when it happened. So, not exactly the best Monday.

LEGEND HAS IT: The Cavs may waive Bogut today and immediately sign another player. There will probably be some sort of announcement from the team regarding Bogut. Otherwise, they have the day off.

ALL DUE RESPECT: The Spurs beat the Rockets for the eighth straight win behind a great Kawhi Leonard performance. The Celtics lost to the Clippers, keeping the Cavs' lead atop the East at three games. Andre Igudodala came up back in the Warriors' 119-111 win vs. the Hawks. The Jazz slogged out a win vs. the Pelicans. The Wizards and Raptors had the night off.

JOB WELL DONE: Yesterday's Locked on Cavs podcast covered Cedi Osman's contract, the team's playoff rotation and more in its weekly mailbag show. Kay Felder also was recognized for his great week with the Charge.

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CROWN: The NYT caught up with Matt Harvey, who just wants to be healthy. The Athletic's new Indians podcast is off to a strong start. VICE's David Roth waxed poetic on college basketball. The Verge paints a pretty bleak picture of Uber's current state. And FanSided's Chris Stone explains why Markelle Fultz is going to be really, really good.

That's it for today. Drop your questions, comments and concerns to and we'll talk tomorrow as the Cavs time off and maybe add a big man.

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