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.
John Dorsey replacing Sashi Brown, transitioning from collecting assets to acquiring players, and (against all odds) keeping Hue Jackson on the latest NitC podcast.
It’s only been five games this season, but J.R. Smith is off to the worst start of his career by a wide margin. Here’s to hoping he works things out, finds his groove, and gives the Cavs a jolt of offense to ease some of the burden off of LeBron James.
Three games in and Dwyane Wade has asked to go to the bench and lead the Cavaliers’ second unit.
Reliving the Cavs’ Game 4 victory with a slew of highlights.
Kevin Durant tried to deflate the fanbase, but J.R. Smith unwittingly gave us all enough of a sliver to hope for more in the NBA Finals.
Anecdotally, the Cleveland Cavaliers are in the same position they were a year ago when they won the title. Realistically, despite the desire for hope, this deficit feels totally different.
The reigning NBA champions may be considered underdogs—again. But here’s why they will win back-to-back titles.
As good as the Cavaliers have been shooting the ball this season, it’s gotten better during the NBA Playoffs.
The Cavs have dominated so far this postseason with two straight sweeps. Draymond Green thinks they’re boring.
LeBron James and the Cavs dominated the Raptors yet again in a home playoff game.
Cavs guard J.R. Smith was held out of the second half with a hamstring injury. Could this have an impact on the rest of the first round?
A look around the rest of the NBA as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers get ready for Game 2.
Another triple-double for LeBron, but this time met with plenty of help from his friends.
(Editor’s note: This was written prior to the news that forward Kevin Love will miss six weeks with a knee injury. Feel free to discuss both in the comments. Cheers.) Coming into the season, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ main focus was to stay healthy. They knew that they had the talent to finish as one of
Kyle Korver has shown the ability to fill up the box score, but why isn’t he starting? WFNY debates.
Maybe it’s just Cleveland-based football bitterness, but the pomp and circumstance around the Super Bowl is wearing thin. We go through all the reasons why.
It’s been a frustrating couple of weeks for the Cavaliers, but is the strife at this point of the season actually a good thing? With the Cavaliers, maybe.
Chris Clem of the C4 podcast joins the show to discuss Kyle Korver’s acquisition by the Cleveland Cavaliers. We also discussed Billy Joel compared to Bruce Springsteen.
Welcome to Cleveland, Kyle Korver.