I’m still processing the 2016 World Series, so this season’s abrupt and unexpected ending does not bode well for me.
There are plenty of good players on this team, and as the season goes, they should find their way on top.
Jeff Nomina plus the Cleveland Cavaliers opening night plus Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics in town has led to some excitement. Enjoy.
As the Cleveland Cavaliers prepare to tip-off their 2017-18 season, we attempt to answer some of the big questions facing this team.
The 2017-18 Cleveland Cavaliers regular season will feature new players, roles and chemistry. So, enjoy the regular season and the process the Cavs will undertake during the 82 games.
Kyrie Irving makes his debut with his new team, the Boston Celtics, in the home of his old team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. How will fans react to Kyrie and what will his legacy in Cleveland ultimately be?
The Cavaliers not only the best wing in the NBA, they have a slew of them. Here’s what to expect this season.
The 2017-2018 Cleveland Cavaliers ready for what they hope to be a championship season. Here is where they stand with the big men on the roster.
The 2017-2018 Cleveland Cavaliers are readying for what they hope will be a championship season. Point guard went over a complete overhaul this offseason- here is where the team stands.
My introduction to Richard Jefferson came one day after my 20th birthday. A sophomore at Ashland, a couple guys within my circle of friend became pretty big fans of Michigan State basketball. Tom Izzo was the ultimate red ass of a head coach with rumors of him holding practices where there were lids on the
It won’t happen overnight, and it won’t happen with every player, but this season creates the most intrigue in the style of basketball played than any since LeBron has returned.
While there are many victims, LeBron James is simply the latest one to be the subject of some #FakeNews.
The Cleveland Indians have let the New York Yankees come back and even up the series in the ALDS. Indians fans have seen this story before. But this time it has to turn out different. Doesn’t it?
Despite the home team success in the 2017 Wild Card games, Jacob Rosen reminds readers that the baseball playoffs are usually a crapshoot. Wild Card teams are 23-21 in the Division Series round since 1995.
What if I told you two players who forever tilted the NBA landscape by playing in Miami would be playing for the very team they helped crater just seven years later?
With a new-look roster, Tyronn Lue has the opportunity to experiment with plenty of different rotations and lineups. Starting Jae Crowder and moving Kevin Love to center will be his first test, and it seems to be one that he will ace.
LeBron James has defied the term athlete by this point in his NBA career.
The Cavs suddenly have a lot of high-quality players to deploy over a finite amount of minutes per game. How Ty Lue responds will be worth watching.
With Dwyane Wade joining the Cavs for the veteran’s minimum, the wine and gold got a steal. Best case scenario, Wade brings additional scoring, depth, and another guy that can get to the rim; worst case is that he brings leadership and playoff experience. What another great addition by Koby Altman, with help from LeBron James.
LeBron James provided 45 minutes of thoughtful, important responses to a variety of questions, setting the new bar for athlete press conferences.