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
Despite having Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson and LeBron James all pulling in boards by the boat load, the Cavaliers’ lack of frontcourt depth is rearing its ugly head in the way of mediocre rebounding rates.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 114 Milwaukee Bucks – 108 [Box Score] The Cavaliers jumped out to an early lead, but it took a miracle three-pointer in overtime from LeBron James to secure the 114-108 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. J.R. Smith left the game in the second quarter and did not return with an injury to
Why the Cleveland Indians don’t have to make a push for Edwin Encarnacion, but should.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 103 Memphis Grizzlies – 86 [Box Score] It was never a question of if J.R. Smith would break out of his 9-42 slump from three-point range, it was a matter of when. Unfortunately for the Memphis Grizzlies, we got our answer in the Cavalier’s 103-86 win on Tuesday night. J.R. shot 6-10 from
Cleveland Cavaliers – 116 Charlotte Hornets – 105 [Box Score] One of the most fun aspects of this Cavaliers season has been that nearly every game has been a group effort. With Kyrie Irving leading the team in scoring, Kevin Love’s constant triple-doubles, and contributions from Channing Frye, Tristan Thompson, and Iman Shumpert, you can
Cleveland Cavaliers – 116 Toronto Raptors – 112 [Box Score] The Cavaliers broke their three-game losing skid, winning 116-112 in Toronto on Monday night. But victory did not come without a price, as Cavalier guard J.R. Smith was injured in the first half and did not return. The Cavaliers thought they had escaped catastrophe as
Why trade for Andrew McCutchen when you have Abe Almonte? Before you laugh that off, let WFNY’s Jeff Nomina explain.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 101 Milwaukee Bucks – 118 [Box Score] The Cavaliers jumped out to an early 32-20 lead and looked to be ready to coast to another victory. Instead, their coasting resulted in a drubbing, as the Bucks came back to win 118-101. The Cavs had active hands on defense tonight, in the sense
Cleveland Cavaliers (12-2) 128 Dallas Mavericks (2-13) 90 [Box Score] The Cavs won by 38 and it wasn’t as close as the score would indicate. Coming off a dominant win with huge performances from the Big 3 of LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love on Wednesday night, the Cavaliers came out with an even
The Cleveland Cavaliers played the Detroit Pistons for the first time since eliminating them from the NBA Playoffs a season ago. They dominated.
No LeBron, no J.R., no win. WFNY takes a look at the Cavs’ 10-point loss to the Indiana Pacers on the second night of a back-to-back.
The Cleveland Indians may have lost the World Series, but they have already provided this WFNY author so, so much.
Cleveland Cavaliers 102 Philadelphia 76ers 101 [Box Score] The 76ers came in fighting to add a one to their win column, and in the end, fell one point short. Joel Embiid led the team with 22 points and four blocks and in the process nearly completed the upset. The Cavaliers were able to hold the