Koby Altman remade the Cleveland Cavaliers overnight — but are the new Cavaliers better than the old Cavaliers?
No matter which way you look at it, the recent moves by the Cleveland Cavaliers leave the franchise in a better spot today than they were just one week ago.
With just one practice under their belt together, the new-look Cavs not only dominated the Celtics in Boston, but they did so while looking energetic and rejuvenated all while having fun and seemingly being unstoppable offensively.
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina joined Tom and Travis on The Nail in the Coffin podcast to talk the Cavs’ roster reload and what it means going forward.
With the complete overhaul of the roster on Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, hope is back that the Cleveland Cavaliers can return to being fun to watch again.
WFNY cannot decide if the Cavs trades are bigger or the fact Will Gibson needed to make a return trip to discuss them. Either way…
Dwyane Wade back to Miami, a whole slew of youthful wings back to Cleveland and somehow Koby Altman rid the roster of some bad contracts. Here we go.
After a deal to bring Sacramento Kings point guard George Hill to the Cleveland Cavaliers was reportedly “on the one-yard line” last week, things seemed to have changed over the weekend. It looks as though Hill will no longer become a Cav after he supposedly declined to agree to a potential buyout this offseason if LeBron James were to leave the wine and gold. It seems as though this is all on owner Dan Gilbert—again.
LeBron James messed around and almost averaged a triple-double en route to his second Player of the Week award this season.
Whenever the Cavaliers have went to Indiana over the last half-decade, they have been met with crushing defeat. Tonight, it was pretty expected and explained away by the absence of both Kyrie Irving (shoulder) and LeBron James (rest, back). But still, Indiana remains a very rough place for the Cavaliers as they lost their tenth
The last time the Cavaliers won without LeBron James in the lineup, Sasha Pavlovic and Ira Newble were counted on to play a heavy amount of minutes. Given this, it was fitting that last night’s 97-95 win over the San Antonio Spurs featured at least 30 minutes from Jawad Williams, Delonte West and Anderson Varejao