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Fear the Newsletter: The Cavs got the Kyrie they need in Game 4

That and more in today’s round-up of Cavs news.

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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: Kyrie Irving came alive in last night's Game 4 and carried the Cavs to a 112-99 win. Cleveland now leads the series 3-1.

LEGEND HAS IT: The Cavs are off today and will travel to Boston ahead of tomorrow's Game 5.

ALL DUE RESPECT: The Warriors, having swept the Spurs, are off until the Finals start June 1. In the coming days, we'll pass along interesting stories about Golden State in his section.

JOB WELL DONE: Kyrie is comfortable again, and it has the Cavs close to the Finals. Pre Game 3, the Chase Down looked at the Cavs' bad habits returning.

Also: Subscribe to the Locked on Cavaliers podcast. Today's show recaps Game 4.

CROWN: ESPN's Zach Lowe on the Kyrie-LeBron PNR. The Riger's Shea Serrano eulogizes the Spurs. The Ringer's Danny Chau on Kyrie's Game 4 performance. The Step Back's Chris Reichert on a possible Fultz-Ball rivalry. And, for The Summit, Jessica Luther profiled Kayla McBride ahead of McBride's return to the San Antonio Stars.

That's it for today. Drop any questions or concerns to christopherwmanning@gmail.com and we'll talk again tomorrow.

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