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Cup of Cavs for July 31, 2020

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Cavs Links

At Forbes, Evan wrote about James Wiseman

Larry Nance Jr. did an AMA at Bleacher Report

The Athletic’s latest 2020 NBA Draft big board ($)

Non-Cavs Links

A powerful moment from before Jazz-Pelicans

And before Clippers-Lakers

A good look at if Glen Taylor, who wants to sell the Timberwolves, can keep the team in Minneapolis

22 reasons to be hyped for the NBA restart

Unfair from Lonzo and Zion

The Washington Mystics are really good

A new deal gives NBA players $2.5 million in disability insurance

No Bledsoe or Connaughton at the start of seeding games for Milwaukee

Today’s Tankathon Sim

Oh, this is a fun scenario! The Wizards at No. 1 overall is weird because they could go a number of different ways. John Wall is a lock to be on their roster I’d guess, so that would rule out LaMelo Ball in all likelihood. For this exercise, let’s say they go James Wiseman. For the Cavs, I’m taking LaMelo Ball.

It would be uber interesting if the Wizards then flipped Bradley Beal for No. 3 and ended up with Wiseman and Anthony Edwards or something.