The Eastern Conference continues to improve, but is there anyone who can get in the Cavs’ way? We (sort of) debate.
Jeff Nomina gets to the bottom of why the uber-talented Cleveland Cavaliers are playing at less than an ideal level lately.
With Jason Kipnis set to begin the season on the DL, the Indians can’t go with Michael Martinez—can they?
The NBA may be seeing an uptick in three-point shooting as a whole, but the Cavs are leading this charge.
Is Bradley Zimmer likely to contribute to the 2017 Cleveland Indians and what might Tribe fans expect from him?
Cleveland Cavaliers – 113 Indiana Pacers – 104 [Box Score] The three point line was just a suggestion for the Cavs on Wednesday night, with Kyrie Irving and Kyle Korver launching from Medina on their way to a 113-104 victory over the Indiana Pacers. After falling behind by eight in the first quarter, the Cavs
Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love are thriving even without LeBron James in lineups. So, why do the Cavaliers still need to fortify their bench?
The Cleveland Cavaliers sign Derrick Williams to a 10-day contract.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a loaded lineup, outstanding bullpen, and a great group of starting pitchers. Which is the most dominant group?
Cleveland Cavaliers – 140 Washington Wizards – 135 [Box Score] It seems like the Washington Wizards have been trying to earn their relevance with a win over the Cavaliers for 15 years. That wait is going to be just a bit longer, as the Cavs beat the Wizards 140-135 on Monday night in a game
The Cleveland Indians filled their biggest hole for 2017 when they signed center fielder Austin Jackson. Or, did they? WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Michael Hattery debate.
Dallas Mavericks – 104 Cleveland Cavaliers – 97 [Box Score] It’s really really hard as a Cavaliers fan to watch your team lose 104-97 to the 18-30 Dallas Mavericks and say it doesn’t matter. It’s really hard to watch them do that after losing to the Sacramento Kings last week. And the New Orleans
New Orleans Pelicans – 124 Cleveland Cavaliers – 122 [Box Score] The Cavaliers just got whooped 124-122 by a New Orleans Pelicans team that didn’t have Anthony Davis. Terrence Jones whooped them. Up and down the court for 36 points. Terrence Jones. Jrue Holiday whooped them. Holiday hadn’t scored 22 points since December 23rd. He
Cleveland Cavaliers – 118 Phoenix Suns – 103 [Box Score] The two Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star starters rose to the occasion and set the tone as the Cavs took down the Suns 118-103 Thursday night. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving were not only voted as All-Star game starters Thursday night, but also led the way to
Cleveland Cavaliers – 92 Utah Jazz – 100 [Box Score] The Cavaliers left Utah on a sour note Tuesday, losing to the Jazz 100-92. Entering the game with the third ranked defense in the NBA by defensive rating, the Jazz bottled up the Cavs’ potent offense, holding them to just 36.5 percent shooting from the floor and
Kyrie Irving has seen a substantial jump in his assist rate. WFNY’s Jeff Nomina takes a look at why this has been the case.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 90 New Orleans Pelicans – 82 [Box Score] With Kyrie Irving resting a sore hamstring, the Cavaliers were looking for someone else to heat up. Little did they know, second-round draft pick Kay Felder would provide the firepower needed to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 90-82 on Monday night. The Cavaliers shot
Cleveland Cavaliers – 124 Boston Celtics – 118 [Box Score] Another big first quarter from Kevin Love helped the Cleveland Cavaliers jump out to a sizable lead over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night, but it took another clutch performance from Kyrie Irving to secure the victory. The Boston Celtics came into the game tied for
To no surprise, the Cleveland Cavaliers winning of the 2015-16 NBA Championship is WFNY’s top story of 2016. Re-live Game 7 with this excellent rewind.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 119 Brooklyn Nets – 99 [Box Score] Twas the night before Christmas (Eve), and the Cavaliers were facing the woeful Brooklyn Nets before their big Christmas Day game against the Golden State Warriors. The team had just learned that starting shooting guard J.R. Smith’s thumb injury, which was originally thought to sideline