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Fear The Sword Apr 24, 2017
The Cavaliers are not a great rebounding team anymore

The Cavaliers are not a great rebounding team anymore

There’s plenty of handwringing about the defense, but it’s the Cavaliers work on the boards that is a cause for concern. Much of the handwringing about the Cleveland Cavaliers has revolved around their most infamous bugaboo, their defense. It’s certainly not great. The team lacks focus and consistent effort, and with players like Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, Kyle Korver and Channing Frye factored in as a major part of the rotation, it’s not like the team has the best defensive personnel. That said, the defense, or at least, what people traditionally think of defense to be, is not what...
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 14, 2017

Marla Ridenour: Cavaliers can reach the NBA Finals, but there’s much to improve

INDEPENDENCE: I see no reason the defending champion Cavaliers can’t make it back to the NBA Finals for the third consecutive year.But I see several things that will impede their chances if not improved.In a perfect world, the Cavs would be playing their best going into Saturday’s 3 p.m. first-round playoff opener against the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena. But as Andrew Bogut’s 58 seconds as a Cavalier proved, normal fled Northeast Ohio this fall and never returned.Their hearts and their bodies have been challenged. Channing Frye lost both his parents in the span of a month....
Fear The Sword Apr 14, 2017
Channing Frye opens up about personal struggles, importance of Cavs organization in Players Tribune letter

Channing Frye opens up about personal struggles, importance of Cavs organization in Players Tribune letter

It’s a must read. Channing Frye, as many Cavs fans probably know from the Road Trippin’ podcast and his Snapchat, is a light hearted, ofte jovial person. But Frye has been through a lot in the past year after losing both of his parents within a few months of each other. In a new piece at The Players Tribune, Frye wrote that dealing with the passing of his parents emotionally gutted him. “Listen, I’m a super happy guy. But some days on the court — to be honest — I just didn’t have it emotionally,” he wrote. “There was nothing in my tank. Many mornings, it was hard enough...
News-Herald Apr 7, 2017
Despite losing, Cavaliers know Frye gives them an option with Thompson sidelined

Despite losing, Cavaliers know Frye gives them an option with Thompson sidelined

Fortunately for the Cavaliers, the thumb injury that kept Tristan Thompson from playing against the Celtics on April 5 and against the Hawks April 7 should be healed before the playoffs begin next weekend.In the meantime, Channing Frye has proven an able stand-in.The Cavaliers are not a better team with Frye at center.
Plain Dealer Apr 6, 2017
Cleveland Cavaliers' offense had different look with Channing Frye replacing Tristan Thompson

Cleveland Cavaliers' offense had different look with Channing Frye replacing Tristan Thompson

Channing Frye got the nod. Essentially the champs swapped hustle, energy, rebounding and a smidge of rim protection for shooting and floor spacing.

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