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Posted: December 6th, 2011

The Erie BayHawks (2-3) split a two-game series at Iowa against the defending D-League champion Energy (3-3) last weekend.

Iowa won the first game, 112-108, Saturday night as the Energy players who were on the 2010-11 championship team received their championship rings.

The BayHawks won the rematch, 97-87, Sunday. Would provide highlights of this game, but once again, I got the same reply: The uploader has not made this video available in your country.

Where is this one located? China?

Posted: December 2nd, 2011

Here are highlights of Iowa’s 130-117 win at Rio Grande Valley heading into Saturday’s game against the Erie BayHawks at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Rio Grande Valley has already beaten Erie twice this season.

Erie also has a game Sunday at Iowa, which lost its first game to the Vipers this season.

Would provide highlights of Erie’s 105-87 home win against the Maine Red Claws, but when trying to upload it from the YouTube’s D-League channel, it says, “The uploader has not made this video available in your country.”

Well, if it’s not available in the United States where the D-League exists, where is it available?

New Zealand?

Posted: March 13th, 2011

One more.

If the Erie BayHawks (27-13) win at Iowa (31-11) in today’s 5 p.m. game, they will clinch a playoff berth for the second time in their three-year D-League history.

If they lose, the BayHawks can still clinch if Fort Wayne loses at Maine today. That game begins at 5 p.m. as well.

With Erie having 10 games left, it will almost certainly make the playoffs. The key for the BayHawks is to move up in the seeding.

Right now, they’re fourth and although the top four teams get home-court advantage in a best-of-3 series, the top three get to pick their opponent.

Iowa, Tulsa and Rio Grande Valley are the top three seeds right now. Erie is 2-6 against those three teams this season. If you’re the fourth team, you basically have the remaining team the top three teams didn’t want to play. Now you might get lucky and draw a team you match up with, but then again, you may draw a team that can give you problems.

Posted: July 11th, 2010

The Cleveland Cavaliers will their summer league roster began playing in the Las Vegas Summer League beginning Tuesday. Going into his third season with Cleveland, power forward J.J. Hickson is scheduled to play as is forward Danny Green, who just finished his rookie season with the Cavaliers. 

The Cavaliers 2009 first-round pick, forward Christian Eyenga of the Congo, is also listed on the roster. The 6-foot-5 Eyenga didn’t play last season after deciding to remain overseas and play. 

The team also has some familiar names like Rashard McCants, who starred on the 2004 national championship for North Carolina and rookies Jerome Dyson of Connecticut and Manny Harris of Michigan.

Erie BayHawks coach John Treloar is also working as an assistant for the Cavaliers, who are an NBA affiliate of the BayHawks along with the Toronto Raptors.

 Two things to notice about the schedule is the Cavaliers play against the Miami Heat, who LeBron James chose to sign with instead of the Cavaliers earlier this week, and the Milwaukee Bucks, who have Darnell Jackson, a player Cleveland let go this past season. Jackson is scheduled to play for the Bucks this summer.

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