Kevin Love made the All-Star team and was having a great season until an injury put a pause in it. The Cleveland Cavaliers need him to be that pre-break player.
One of the latest stories from ESPN takes a look at LeBron’s final moments with the Miami Heat.
The regular season Cleveland Cavaliers have given way to the postseason version, and their offensive rating is right in line with the 2016 championship squad.
LeBron James willed the Cleveland Cavaliers to their third straight first-round sweep. If you can’t appreciate the greatness, we’re not sure what to tell you.
The Cleveland Cavaliers finished off their sweep of the Indiana Pacers in Game 4 on Sunday afternoon, despite giving up an 11 point fourth-quarter lead.
Stop taking LeBron James for granted NBA, and just name him the league’s Most Valuable Player already.
The Cavaliers convert an impossible 26-point comeback thanks to a historical effort from LeBron James, tying the NBA playoff record for an overcome deficit and taking a commanding 3-0 series lead.
He may not link much time this postseason, but Cavs big man Edy Tarvares earned some hardware for his efforts this year.
Cavs guard J.R. Smith was held out of the second half with a hamstring injury. Could this have an impact on the rest of the first round?
Kevin Love has a historically efficient night in the Cavaliers’ Game 2 win over the Indiana Pacers.
Sports are supposed to be our escape, but sometimes in the wake of really tragic events, it can be a struggle to understand the role sports play and how to balance our love of sports with the bigger picture.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers made it another interesting one, but they come out on top. Dave and Craig break down all the action on the court and around the arena.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 117 Indiana Pacers – 111 [Box Score] When Cavaliers fans asked for their team to “flip the switch,” they didn’t realize they needed to specify it needed to be left on. On Monday night, the Cavs flipped the switch. And then flipped it back off. And then back on. Back off. And,
A look around the rest of the NBA as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers get ready for Game 2.
Paul George was none too pleased that he didn’t get to take the last shot of the game. LeBron James recommended he “live with the results.”
News, notes, highlights, and a prediction surrounding the Cleveland Cavaliers’ first-round matchup with the Paul George and the Indiana Pacers.
Brian Spaeth is back on the podcast with two of his favorite topics. There’s a new film coming out in The Fast and the Furious series called The Fate of the Furious. Additionally, we talk about the Cavaliers in a post-championship run.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have replaced Larry Sanders with Edy Tavares.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are limping to the merciful end of this frustrating regular season. All year, Cleveland has insisted that they don’t care about the regular season and that they will be fine when the playoffs arrive. We’re about to find out if they’re right.
Stop us if you heard this one before: The Cavs blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and ended up in overtime.