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.
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.
Isaiah Thomas’ game is broken, but his mouth seemed to run more than ever, especially when it came to blaming his teammates and coaches for the Cavs’ problems. He wasn’t the only problem, but IT sure didn’t help anything. Because of that, his departure will improve the Cavs going forward.
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.
Many Cavaliers fans wanted Isaiah Thomas gone. They got their wish at the trade deadline.
What to make of all the latest Cavs news and rumors.
The Cavs have gone to hell and back, and are finally starting to show signs of life—although for reasons both on and off the court, Isaiah Thomas’ future looks as murky as ever. And finally—FINALLY—the Indians announced Chief Wahoo is going away (well, sort of). As they have every step of the way with their embattled logo, the Indians continue to take the hardest road possible in moving on.
Few were agreeing when it happened, but the current narrative seems to be that maybe the Cavaliers could have just not traded Kyrie Irving.
More drama unfolds with the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s a January tradition with LeBron James and his Cavs. Is this time any different?
Watch as Isaiah Thomas drops a quick $2,900 while discussing everything from the Cavalier guard’s childhood to why he wears Kobe Bryant’s sneakers on the court today.
Nick Carrabine is back on The Nail as the guys discuss what has happened to J.R. Smith, Isaiah Thomas’ fit and whether he’s playable against Golden State, and whether Ty Lue is getting the most out of this Cavs roster.
Although he hasn’t been part of it the last three seasons, Thomas has been able to watch the rivalry between the Cavs and Warriors be born from afar. Unfortunately for him, the point guard was forced to watch the first matchup between the two on Christmas Day less than a month ago while continuing to recover from his hip injury, although this time he was able to watch from the sidelines, rather than on his television in Boston. Monday night, he will have the opportunity to take part in the rivalry for the first time, a moment that he is excited for even though he believes it’s “just another game”.
John Dorsey replacing Sashi Brown, transitioning from collecting assets to acquiring players, and (against all odds) keeping Hue Jackson on the latest NitC podcast.
If there is any player this city can rally around, it’s the one everyone counted out, who dominated a game toothless, only to end here on a whim to see how it all plays out.
The Cavs will kick off the new year with another weapon at their disposal. I.T. is back.
As he nears his return, Isaiah Thomas’ integration may be a bit more seamless than originally thought.
We won’t blame you if you’re starting to get excited.
How big of an impact will Isaiah Thomas have on the Cavaliers upon his return? ESPN.com’s NBA crew was somewhat skeptical. WFNY’s Jacob Rosen is a bit more excited.
As the Cleveland Cavaliers prepare to tip-off their 2017-18 season, we attempt to answer some of the big questions facing this team.