Here are your daily Cavs news and notes for Feb. 13, 2019. Direct your comments/concerns below or to email@example.com. Now, let us get into it.
Take of the day
The Cavs are at the All-Star break now with one of the worst three records in the NBA and a rough season overall. There have been high moments, sure, but a lot of bad and a lot frustrating games. This has not been a fun season.
But, in my opinion, we are heading towards what should be the fun part. Kevin Love is back! Tristan Thompson should be back soon. Larry Nance Jr. has been awesome of late. Both Collin Sexton and Cedi Osman have shown flashes this season. So has Ante Zizic and the Cavs have a number of players they are taking fliers on that should be interesting to watch for the next 20-plus games. And it’s full-on draft season at this point — it’s not too early to do deep dives into any and all prospects that interest you.
So. congratulations on making this far. Now enjoy the rest of it.
As of today, the Cavs have the third-worst record in the NBA. They have a 52.1 percent chance of landing a top-four pick and a 14 percent chance of landing the No. 1 overall pick. They could pick as low as No. 7 overall.
Today’s Tankathon sim yielded the Cavs the third overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. The Cavs have a 12.7 percent chance of landing that pick:
ICYMI — news and notes from yesterday
Nuggets guard Isaiah Thomas may make his season debut on Wednesday
Russell Westbrook set the NBA record for consecutive triple-doubles
Michael Jordan pulled out all of the ringz
The Lakers didn’t tamper with Ben Simmons, according to the NBA
Giannis is the one person on Earth who could get me to watch an airline safety video
Hawks fans are excellent trolls
What to read today
At Sports Illustrated, Jake Fischer wrote about the non-superstar players at press conference for superstars. The Justin Patton quotes are worth the click on their own.