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Here’s who to expect to get the most CraziFriday, August 28, 2016 – 1:15:20Crazy Joe Buck – 8:32PM ET, ESPN2The Cleveland Cavaliers have won six of the past seven games against the San Antonio Spurs.
This season, the Cavs have averaged 102.4 points per game and 37.5 percent shooting.
Cleveland has won 10 straight games against San Antonio, including wins in 2016 and 2017.
If the Spurs don’t find their offense, it’s possible the Cavs could end up as the league’s second-best defensive team.
Buck will be on ESPN’s coverage, but he’s probably not going to be on your show.
That said, he’s not a bad guy and will probably get plenty of positive buzz in the weeks ahead.
You should follow him on Twitter @Buck_Cavs, where you can follow him for more Cavs news and commentary.
Friday, July 23, 2016- 2:05:10Miles Bridges – 8 :46PM ET on ESPN2I’ve seen Miles Bridges go through a few bad periods during his career, and it’s not hard to imagine why.
The former Detroit Pistons star is now playing in San Antonio and has gone just 4-for-16 from 3-point range.
The only other player in the NBA who has gone fewer than 10 3-pointers in a game is LeBron James, who went 19-for+21 in his last 26 games from 3 in 2016-17.
Bridges is a bad 3-ball shooter, and he doesn’t seem to be improving as he enters his 30s.
But there are reasons to believe that he’ll find his form going forward.
Bridges is the second-youngest player in NBA history, and his shooting percentages and usage numbers tell a story about how his career will go.
Bridges has been a good shooter in the last two seasons, but his 3-possession numbers have dipped.
This could be a good year for him to get back on track.
Friday, July 20, 2016 at 7:00PM ETNBA Playoff Rankings: Who’s going to win?
The playoff picture is looking very different for the NBA’s best teams.
The Cleveland Browns, Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers are the only three teams with a shot at a top-four finish.
These are teams with some real talent and a lot of wins to show for it.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are one of those teams, and they could end the season as the No. 2 seed if they can win three of their next four games.
If that happens, they could be the No .
2 seed, which would mean playing the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round.
They have the best record in the West, but they also have the fourth-best record in basketball, behind only the Warriors.
The Philadelphia 76, Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder are also all contenders for a top spot, and the San Francisco Warriors could end 2016 with a top four finish.
The Spurs have the most wins and have the second most wins over the past five years, so they’ll have a better chance to win a first-round series than any other team.
The Cavaliers are in a very different situation than the rest of the league.
The Cavaliers are playing better than expected, and there’s a good chance that they’ll be the second seed if all goes according to plan.
That could be good news for Cleveland fans who have been waiting for a playoff team to finally get the ball rolling in the right direction.