The Cavaliers coasted through a demolition of the short-handed Boston Celtics. WFNY takes a look at how this unfolded as well as the team’s 5-0 start.
After a wild, passionate, spilling-into-the-streets, neighbors-shut-their-windows-it’s-so-loud love affair, we awoke to “We need to talk.”
The Cleveland Indians had many opportunities to make Game 5 a bit more interesting, but couldn’t capitalize when needed.
Kevin Love has sacrificed more for the Cleveland Cavaliers than any other core player. If it’s not enough for you… Well, it’s too damn bad.
Kyrie Irving is still years younger than those he’s being compared to, but is steadily creeping toward an NBA MVP-type season. Can he take that next step?
Game 2 of the ALDS is in the books and it was a gem from Corey Kluber’s shutout to Lonnie Chisenhall’s breakout performance. The Cleveland Indians lead the Boston Red Sox in the best-of-five series, 2 games to zero.
Getting to know the opponent of the Cleveland Browns ahead of the Week 3 matchup from a Miami Dolphins perspective.
The Cleveland Indians won their league-leading 11th game in walk-off fashion on Tuesday night, and Josh Tomlin could not have looked any better.
Trevor Bauer was unhittable until the sixth inning as the White Sox hung seven runs on the Cleveland Indians. But what does this mean for the playoffs?
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert had a much worst night than MTV Video Music Awards night as he was arrested for possible possession as well as a suspected DUI.
The Cleveland Indians’ late-game rally fell short in a 4-3 loss to the Houston Astros. Carlos Carrasco, meanwhile, has turned into quite the fan favorite.
Though it may not be evident, Cleveland Indians right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall is adding plenty of value this season.