As the Cleveland Cavaliers prepare to tip-off their 2017-18 season, we attempt to answer some of the big questions facing this team.
The 2017-2018 Cleveland Cavaliers ready for what they hope to be a championship season. Here is where they stand with the big men on the roster.
With a new-look roster, Tyronn Lue has the opportunity to experiment with plenty of different rotations and lineups. Starting Jae Crowder and moving Kevin Love to center will be his first test, and it seems to be one that he will ace.
WFNY takes you behind the scenes at this year’s Cleveland Cavaliers Media Day, in picture form.
After all of the changes that have taken place this offseason for the Cavs, they can now start to focus on the 2017-18 season. With Media Day less than a week away, plenty of questions have already been raised about the new-look Cavs. But two things seem certain come October 17: Tristan Thompson will be the starting center and Kevin Love will have a bigger role on offense.
Jae Crowder can guard a number of positions on defense and find ways to contribute without needing the ball in his hands offensively. Tyronn Lue is already working on ways for the Cavs to utilize his versatility on both sides of the floor this season. Whether it means using a small or big lineup, Crowder will allow Lue to take some of the pressure off LeBron James as well.
The Cleveland Cavaliers thought they would be able to add Paul George to their roster, but pick protections scuttled everything.
With the NBA’s new league year beginning Friday night at midnight, there has already been quite the handful of moves made. Whether it’s players joining new teams, re-signing with their current team, or surprising trades, with Paul George being traded to Oklahoma City at the top of the list, Day 1 of the new league
There’s a narrative available that says the Cavaliers are favorites to win the title again next season, but everything feels too bad right now to see it.
Andrew and Craig discuss the post-David Griffin Cleveland Cavaliers.
Well this Paul George-to-Cleveland stuff sure escalated quickly.
Reliving the Cavs’ Game 4 victory with a slew of highlights.
The NBA provides some of the best imagery in sports, but the final product is oftentimes a result of many, many missed opportunities.
Losing in the NBA Finals really hurts, but it’s a chance you have to take every single time. The Cavaliers need to work to change and get better, but not by changing who they are drastically.
The 2017 NBA Finals got off to a rough start for the Cleveland Cavaliers as the Golden State Warriors trounced the Cavs in Game 1 by 113-90 margin.
The reigning NBA champions may be considered underdogs—again. But here’s why they will win back-to-back titles.
With the NBA Finals finally upon us, Kyle shares some random thoughts on the impending Cavs-Warriors showdown.
Like many of his teammates, Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love is entering the NBA Finals playing some incredibly good basketball.
Once again a tale of two halves, but this time resulting in the Cleveland Cavaliers winning by 13.
LeBron James disappears as Cavs let a 21-point lead evaporate into their first loss in the 2017 NBA Playoffs.