Daily News – July 10, 2017

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Kyrie Irving’s new sneakers may just blind you
Author: Troy L. Smith
Publication: Cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The NBA season may be over and done with, but Kyrie Irving isn’t done blowing basketball fans minds.

The Cleveland Cavaliers guard took to Instagram recently to preview what might be his most impressive shoe to date.

The sneakers, tentatively dubbed the Nike Kyrie 3 “Tiffany,” are inspired by empowering women and connected to the Tiffany & Co.’s jewelry diamond brand. – CLICK HERE to read full story.


Weekly Mailbag: Cavs, Griffin, LeBron, Knicks
Author: Sam Amico
Publication: Amico Hoops

Here are your questions, and my answers, from the Amico Hoops e-mail bag. Today we will focus mostly on the Cleveland Cavaliers. But I welcome inquires about all teams, and will start answering those next week as well. Send NBA-related questions to me at samamico@gmail.com.

Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert proved he can swallow his pride when he reconciled with LeBron James. Is there any way Gilbert and David Griffin can bury the hatchet and get back together? It seems like the stability of the organization has taken a hit and it’s too bad after a three-year run like Cleveland has never seen. The timing seems so wrong with LBJ’s final year and all. — Dean Golko

Dear Dean, after the returns of coach Mike Brown and, as you mentioned, LeBron, I have learned never to say never when it comes to the Cavaliers. But in this case, I will say “almost never.” David Griffin wanted more money and more power, and that is not something Dan Gilbert is likely to concede. Those are the same reasons Griffin didn’t take the Knicks job. Eventually, a franchise will give Griffin the things he wants. It is just not likely to be these Cavs. But again, never ever say never. – CLICK HERE to read full story.


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