Who knew that a trio of 30-plus reserves would be one of the biggest story lines of the first quarter of the Cavaliers’ NBA season?
After a loss in Brooklyn, the Cleveland Cavaliers are off to a slow start to the 2017-18 season. Jeff Green has been one highlight, at least. Jacob Rosen covers this and more in The Boots.
Over the past few days, there have been murmurs that the Cleveland Cavaliers are interested in bringing in Zach Randolph, Jose Calderon, and Jamal Crawford, the second of which the wine and gold did sign and the latter could join the Cavs if he so chooses after officially being bought out by the Atlanta Hawks
As the smoke clears from the Omer Asik/Jeff Green rumors this past week, Bob Finnan of the News Herald is reporting the Cavs’ would have had to part ways with Anderson Varejao or a first round pick to acquire the services of the Celtics’ Jeff Green — a price Chris Grant and the Cavs weren’t
Despite initially setting a deadline of today, the Houston Rockets appear to be postponing their trade talks about center Omer Asik. ESPN’s Marc Stein and Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski have the latest details this afternoon on the never-ending saga related to Asik’s status in Houston. The Cleveland Cavaliers have been one of the most involved
As the Houston Rockets continue to look for a landing spot for disgruntled center Omer Asik, the Cleveland Cavaliers once again find their name in the mix. The latest, coming from ESPN Boston, has the Cavaliers as a third team in a deal that would ultimately net them forward Jeff Green. The Celtics now are
It’s hard not to feel some pain for Anderson Varejao after hearing the news that his knee contusion was in fact a torn muscle in his leg. Memories of Andy winning the game with a buzzer beating 3-pointer against Atlanta, and giving Ray Allen the business during a national televised game against the Celtics are two
Despite no longer having LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers will still have several interesting storylines to follow this year. Of course everyone will want to watch and see how the Cavaliers play with their franchise player no longer a part of the franchise. I’m sure an ongoing storyline will be Byron Scott’s performance in his
On the cover, this could have been another one of “those” games. On the road against an up-and-coming Oklahoma City team full of young, talented scorers that have been playing very well as of late. In fact, up until midway through the fourth quarter, it was just that. But thankfully, the Cavaliers got the job
Cleveland Cavaliers (16-7) @ Oklahoma City Thunder (12-9) Ford Center, Oklahoma City, OK 7:00 PM EST FSN, WTAM 1100-AM The Cavaliers look to collect another W tonight on the road against the suddenly above average Thunder in Oklahoma City. Still weird to consider there is a basketball franchise in that state, but it is definitely