It has been a long time since the Cleveland Cavaliers played basketball. Finally, they know who their next opponent will be and they can start playing again. It’s been a long time off for fans.
Despite the fact that Kevin Love has continually stated that he expects to be playing for Cleveland next season his name is just too juicy to not be bandied about as a potential addition to rosters around the NBA. One of those rosters is that of the Boston Celtics, as they pursued him via trade before the Timberwolves
For the first time since sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury, Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love addressed local media for the first time and left nothing but glowing thoughts in his wake. Five weeks since having his shoulder dislocated in the opening series of the Eastern Conference playoffs, Love stated that not only does he
I have no problem with how the Boston Celtics played in their first round series against the Cavaliers. Yes, they were dirty. Yes, they were underhanded. Yes, Kelly Olynyk yanked Kevin Love’s shoulder out of its socket and Isaiah Thomas grabbed at an inbounds pass while it was still in LeBron James’ hands. Yes, Jae Crowder, he
Kelly Olynyk’s name has been in the headlines a whole lot in the past 24 hours, a result of Kevin Love’s left shoulder being separated as the two battled for a rebound in Game 4 Sunday in Boston. The timetable for Love’s return is not yet certain, though reports suggest that he could miss two
Charles Oakley made a living out of it. Bill Laimbeer, Dennis Rodman, Shaquille O’Neal—hell, even Zydrunas Ilgauskas, to a point—all played the role of Enforcer. When Oakley was setting screens for Michael Jordan, the message was clear that Cleveland native was there for one reason: To protect his team’s star. When LeBron James walked off
The Cavaliers have been a much improved team over the past two months. And while that’s fantastic news and great for the long-term development of this franchise, it presents an intriguing new scenario for 2013 NBA Draft analysis. With the team’s current 15-16 run since Dec. 22, Cleveland now sits at No. 5 in the