The Cleveland Cavaliers thrashed the Boston Celtics in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals by a score of 130-86.
It has been a long time since the Cleveland Cavaliers played basketball. Finally, they know who their next opponent will be and they can start playing again. It’s been a long time off for fans.
Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers bounced back in a big way in crushing the Toronto Raptors 116-78 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cleveland Cavaliers suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of a streak. Is this just another Cleveland sports thing, or is it something serious?
The Cavs bring a tied series back to Cleveland after overcoming an 18-point deficit, but letting a late lead slip away to the Toronto Raptors.
For the first time in the 2016 playoffs the Cleveland Cavaliers lost a game, falling to the Toronto Raptors 99-84 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cavs improve to 10-0 in the 2016 playoffs behind a triple-double from LeBron James and another efficient scoring night from Kyrie Irving.
The Cavs scored 66 points in the first half, building an insurmountable lead that the Toronto Raptors were unable to overcome in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are heavy favorites against the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals, so there’s nothing to worry about. Right?
Atlanta Hawks – 88 Cleveland Cavaliers – 118 Cavs win series 4-0, advance to NBA Finals Box Score Congratulations, Cleveland! You did it! Well you didn’t really do that much. But you sort of did. It’s hard to say why we follow sports, or at least do so with so much zeal. Ostensibly it’s about
So are the Cleveland Cavaliers the bad guys of the NBA now? It wasn’t enough to have LeBron James, the biggest baddest big bad in basketball. Now their play is defined by an undrafted Aussie who only stuck in the league because he never hesitated to dive into the muckiest of on-court muck? Now their
Atlanta Hawks – 111 Cleveland Cavaliers – 114 Cavs lead series 3-0 Box Score It’s so easy to be a cynic these days. We now have the ability to greet every asserted truth — no matter how slight or insignificant — with skepticism and have the means to support that skepticism. It’s never been easier
A few weeks ago, I used 31 NBA postseasons worth of data to test the clichéd hypothesis that prior playoff experience is important to success in the NBA playoffs. I asked the questions, “Does playoff experience matter?,” “How much does it matter?,” “Is playoff experience the only thing that matters?” and, “While we’re at it, does anything really
The Cleveland Cavaliers took Game 1 from the Atlanta Hawks behind a huge shooting night from J.R. Smith, the aggressiveness of LeBron James (early, at least), and the rebounding of Tristan Thompson and Timofey Mozgov. Atlanta appears to have lost Demarre Carroll to a knee injury, while Kyrie Irving still isn’t right for the Cavs. Dan Labbe of
Cleveland Cavaliers – 97 Atlanta Hawks – 89 Cavs lead series 1-0 Box Score Last year at this time, the Cleveland Cavaliers had just starred in the Annual NBA Spring Sideshow known as the Draft Lottery. The lottery is a celebration of irrelevance, a toast to impotence, and a party for the pitiful — and the Cavs were the guests
After six years in banishment, the Cleveland Cavaliers have returned to the Eastern Conference Finals. A lot has changed since 2009: Then-President Barack Obama was trying to connect with the Twitter generation; Mad Men was receiving the praise of consumers; Taylor Swift was owning the Billboard charts; the Cleveland Browns were looking to improve upon a sub-.500 season;
On Wednesday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks will begin what will certainly be an ultra-competitive Eastern Conference Finals. After a first half of the season where the Hawks looked to be far and away the best team the Eastern Conference had to offer, the Cavaliers came storming back after their pair of deals
Ken Hornack is a native Clevelander who was the Magic beat writer for the Daytona Beach News-Journal from 1989 to 2008. He writes free lance pieces for the News-Herald these days and has been covering the series from Orlando. The Orlando Magic were able to erase a 22-point first-quarter deficit in Cleveland on Thursday night
You know the drill. These are somewhat random observations from watching the Cavs keep it going… Despite what the TNT crew had to say after last night’s game, I think there are a few things to build on going to Orlando. Sure, they aren’t “aha we’ve figured the Magic out” things, but how much of
Cavs On the Brink Live Chat One Goal. One Game At A Time. Cavs vs Magic from the Q. Let’s do this thing we call open thread. As always, observe the commenting policy…