A look around the rest of the NBA as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers get ready for Game 2.
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.
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 were reportedly approached by the New York Knicks as a potential suitor for Carmelo Anthony.
Kyrie Irving shows off his basketball talents, water bottle-flipping skills, and vocabulary as the Cavaliers demolish the New York Knicks, 126-94.
Cavs guard J.R. Smith is the most recent subject in VICE Sports’ ride-along video series. To no surprise, he has plenty to say.
A LeBron James dunk over Lou Amundson summed it all up in the Cavs’ 107-93 victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
Are the Cavaliers considering another member of the Big Three? Reports out of New York say so.
Whenever a Cleveland team acquires a player and you don’t know a ton about him, you want to do some research. When I was searching out Iman Shumpert I came across this highlight of an Easter NBA game between the Knicks and Bulls where Shumpert’s assignment was to guard Derrick Rose for an entire game. Obviously,
I’m sure in some circumstances it can be really exciting, fun, a relief or some other emotion when you get the news that you’ve been traded in the world of professional athletics. According to Andrew Keh of the New York Times who covers the NBA, or “N.B.A.” as the Times insists on calling it, Carmelo
By now, there’s one thing we know for certain about LeBron James. He’s his own man and makes his own decisions. We’ve seen him leave powerful men in Dan Gilbert and now Pat Riley almost in disbelief that they didn’t have as much sway on the superstar player as they would have hoped. At the
The Cleveland Cavaliers are pursuing LeBron James and a lot of that has to do (obviously) with what is happening in Miami. Well, try and figure out how the chess pieces move with this bit of information. Chris Bosh was supposedly willing to take less money in Miami, but now he’ll have to do it
Hey everyone, happy Friday. I don’t have much in the way of links this week, but I had a slightly off-beat topic that I enjoyed writing about, so strap in. ***** I’ve been thinking a lot about fragmentation lately… In a lot of ways I find fragmentation to be infuriating. Fragmentation in the movie industry /
Our great friends at Crown Royal have decided that the Reign On Spotlight which ran every Sunday during the 2013 NFL season could use a counterpart on the hardwood. Thus, over the course of the second half of the NBA season, we, as a part of Crown Royal’s Center Court program, will be featuring another spotlight of
They say box scores don’t tell the whole story. Behind The Box Score is a new series where from time to time we will attempt to look behind the box score and tell more of the complete story of what happened in the game. Basketball is a game of runs. That was certainly the case
The Cavaliers’ owner and son made a vow that the team didn’t want to be in the lottery again this upcoming off-season. With Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson entering their third seasons and with Dion Waiters and Tyler Zeller entering their second seasons, it’s time to see what this car can do on the freeway.
A sect of Cavalier fans would like their favorite NBA team to cut the engines for the rest of the season right about now (this writer has at least one foot in on that proposition). The Cavaliers were having none of that, however, as they soundly defeated the New York Knicks for the tenth straight
I’m betting this version of the New York Knicks would prefer to never enter Quicken Loans Arena again. The Knicks lost their 10th straight in The Q as the Cavaliers looked much more focused and determined against a playoff team that had plenty more to lose. Kyrie Irving shook some rust off and finished with
Let’s be honest, this is the matchup everyone’s been waiting for, right? Kyrie Irving vs the PG who puts the Lin in Linsanity. That’s right, the Cleveland Cavaliers (13-19, 10th in the East) travel to “basketball mecca” to take on the Jeremy Lin and the New York Knickerbockers (17-18, 7th in the East). The Cavaliers
Sometimes I use Twitter to help shape my philosophies around sports. It is a good tool to throw stuff out there, see some reaction and push back, and develop theories. It’s just sports, but these things are important to us. Yesterday, Chris Paul got his wish to be traded and his mantra seemed to be