Well this Paul George-to-Cleveland stuff sure escalated quickly.
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.
Kevin Love has a historically efficient night in the Cavaliers’ Game 2 win over the Indiana Pacers.
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,
The WFNY Podcast is happy to welcome Cavaliers play-by-play specialist Fred McLeod to the podcast with host Dan Harrington to discuss the Cavaliers’ Game 1 victory over the Pacers.
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.
Kyle Korver put on a three-point shooting clinic as the Cleveland Cavaliers put an end to their opponent’s seven-game winning streak in consecutive games, beating the Indiana Pacers 132-117.
No LeBron, no J.R., no win. WFNY takes a look at the Cavs’ 10-point loss to the Indiana Pacers on the second night of a back-to-back.
With LeBron James in street clothes, the Cavs demonstrated some impressively bad defense against the Indiana Pacers.
The Cavs stopped the bleeding with a tough win at home against the Indiana Pacers after Tristan Thompson (huh?) took over the offense and swatted a George Hill layup.
Kevin Love blocks, Kyrie Irving dunks, Cavs win fifth straight in weird one in Indiana over Pacers.
Indiana Pacers (3-4) 97 Cleveland Cavaliers (6-1) 101 Box Score Great news, everyone! The Browns didn’t lose this Sunday! What a relief. This means that there was also a 3.4-4 hour sadness void in everyone’s Sunday that I hope everyone put to good use. It was a pleasant-looking autumnal day in Cleveland, Ohio, perfect for
Christmas has been traded in July. The Cleveland Cavaliers have sent the rights to forward/center Rakeem Christmas, the No. 36 overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for the Los Angeles Lakers’ 2019 second-round pick, Cavs GM David Griffin announced today. The Pacers acquired that pick earlier this month
Happy Wednesday, Blawg Pound. And what a lovely Wednesday it is. I realize I often open this column with weather talk, and I’ve heard that in some circles weather talk is not considered the hippest subject on the block. Well I’ve got news for you, cool cats and chicks: weather is universal. We’re all in it.
The Cleveland Cavaliers were always going to make the playoffs. There was never a doubt about it. A massive influx in talent – particularly via a certain Akron, Ohio native — does wonders for an NBA team’s playoff odds. Even during the gloomiest, most despondent days of the season, when the Cavs hovered around the
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
All good things must come to an end and thus the Cavs win streak, their longest since 2010, ends at 12 games. The Cavaliers controlled this game for most of the first three quarters and led by as many as 13 points, but the Pacers caught fire in the fourth as the Cavaliers offense simultaneously
Swingman C.J. Miles will meet with the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday, the first day of free agency, reports Fox Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico. The 27-year-old is likely going to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and seek a larger role elsewhere, Amico later added. Miles was an efficient shooter with the Cavs the past two seasons, averaging
The Indiana Pacers’ meltdown has been one of the biggest stories of the NBA’s second-half and playoffs thus far. After a 33-7 start to the year, the Pacers limped to the playoffs, barely squeaked past the weak 8-seed Atlanta Hawks and lost at home in Game 1 to the Washington Wizards. Almost quietly, if you