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Daily Loud Links: top NBA links for June 6, 2016

WTLC delivers the day's top NBA news, all wrapped into one tidy little package.

Dirty Draymond is leading the Finals MVP pack
Dirty Draymond is leading the Finals MVP pack
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Dastardly Draymond: early Finals MVP candidate?

By all accounts, Green should've earned at least one suspension this post season for his "below the belt" antics. Instead, Draymond Green could be on track for Finals MVP glory. SB Nation's Sunday Shootaround illustrates why.

Have the Cavs turned into the modern-day Buffalo Bills?

Why LeBron's "Can't Acquire Valuable Signet" Cavs are the perfect modern-day comparison to Jim Kelly's hard luck, "Boy I Love Losing Superbowls" Bills.

Could Kevin Love's likely game 3 absence actually help the reeling Cavaliers?

Yahoo Sports' Ball Don't Lie explores the former All-Star's concussive game-two misfortunes. However, staring up from a resoundingly deep 0-2 hole, Love's absence might provide the Cavs with a much-needed spark.

NBA honors passing of legendary Muhammad Ali with moment of silence

In a classy gesture, the NBA observed a moment of silence to signify the passing of global-icon Muhammad Ali prior to Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

The legend of Muhammad Ali

As news broke of the incomparable Ali's death, I reflected on his professional journey in this concise article.