The Cleveland Cavaliers returned from the All-Star break Thursday night when they hosted the New York Knicks. The Cavaliers wasted no time getting back to business, picking up right where they left off before the break.
The Cleveland Cavaliers represent a “Championship or Bust” mentality with fans, but while that end result truly is important, it’s also important to take some time every now and then to just enjoy the fact that we get to root for this team.
The New York Knicks have found plenty of ways to embarrass themselves over the past week, but NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s quick resolution demonstrates once again not only why he’s the best commissioner in sports, but also why having a strong leader matters in sports.
Kyle Korver put on a three-point shooting clinic as the Cleveland Cavaliers put an end to their opponent’s seven-game winning streak in consecutive games, beating the Indiana Pacers 132-117.
Just as the Cavaliers are getting things put back together on the court, more potentially drama-inducing rumors are coming off it. Is there something to the latest Love-for-Melo news or is this just another NBA trade rumor?
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been struggling lately, particularly against some sub-.500 teams. On Wednesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Cavaliers seemed to get their mojo back coming away with a 125-97 win.
Charles Barkley has had more than a few things to say about LeBron James over the years. Monday night, LeBron finally had enough and lashed out in response to Barkley’s latest critical comments.
The Cleveland Cavaliers needed a win to get the proverbial train back on the tracks. The Brooklyn Nets were the perfect opponent at the perfect time to accomplish that goal as the Cavs got back in the win column with a 124-116 win on Friday night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Sacramento Kings 116-112 in overtime on Wednesday night. The loss now makes six of their last eight for a Cleveland team struggling to find themselves right now.
Nobody wants to talk about the Cavaliers struggles. So we talk about the Cavaliers struggles.
The Cleveland Cavaliers’ 35-point loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night wasn’t fun for Cavs fans, but the worst part is the underlying issue that led to the blowout. The Cavaliers have some major issues right now.
The Cleveland Cavaliers finally had a chance to work in some plays for newly acquired Kyle Korver ahead of Friday night’s game in Sacramento against the Kings. The results were immediate as Korver was able to make a huge impact in this game and showcase some of the reasons why Cleveland is so excited by this addition to the team.
The Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide played an epic national title game on Monday night. The problem? A classic that ended at 12:30 am in the Eastern time zone forced many to have to choose between work/sleep and the game. It’s an unfortunate situation with no real answers. Or are there?
The Cleveland Cavaliers welcomed Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love back to the lineup Friday night as they faced the Brooklyn Nets in Brooklyn. Cleveland overcame slow starts from Kyrie and Love to build a big lead, and then hang on and survive a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter from the Nets.
With Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, and JR Smith all out and LeBron James feeling under the weather as well, the Cleveland Cavaliers struggled on both ends of the floor against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls pulled away in the fourth quarter to secure the 106-94 win.
2017 has officially arrived, and with everyone making their own personal resolutions, we come up with some resolutions for the Cleveland sports teams.
It feels like forever ago, but the Cleveland Cavaliers’ firing of David Blatt ranks as WFNY’s No. 3 story of 2016.
As 2017 quickly approaches, we take one last look back at what 2016 meant to us as Cleveland sports fans.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks played the second half of their home-and-home series Wednesday night in Cleveland, and the Cavaliers swept the series by coming out with a 113-102 victory to improve to 21-6 on the season.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are set to square off on Christmas Day in a rematch of the past two NBA Finals. But with Tim Duncan’s jersey retirement ceremony, we ponder what LeBron’s ceremony might look like someday.