The Cleveland Cavaliers end their road trip at 3-3 after a pummeling at the hands of the Golden State Warriors, in what is hopefully not a Finals preview.
And the beat goes on. First, it was Ben Alamar, ESPN’s Director of Sports Analytics, who created quite the kerfuffle with his initial Kyrie Irving post on Dec. 22. Now, Jeremias Engelmann, the creator of ESPN’s Real Plus-Minus statistic, continued the lighting-rod topic with a follow-up post on Wednesday. The two posts have centered on a main
The Cleveland Cavaliers finally had a chance to work in some plays for newly acquired Kyle Korver ahead of Friday night’s game in Sacramento against the Kings. The results were immediate as Korver was able to make a huge impact in this game and showcase some of the reasons why Cleveland is so excited by this addition to the team.
It’s been a rough two games for the new look Cleveland Cavaliers.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 92 Utah Jazz – 100 [Box Score] The Cavaliers left Utah on a sour note Tuesday, losing to the Jazz 100-92. Entering the game with the third ranked defense in the NBA by defensive rating, the Jazz bottled up the Cavs’ potent offense, holding them to just 36.5 percent shooting from the floor and
The Cavaliers avoided turnover-ing their way out of a 22-point lead over the Phoenix Suns thanks to a big fourth quarter from LeBron James.
The Cleveland Cavaliers welcomed Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love back to the lineup Friday night as they faced the Brooklyn Nets in Brooklyn. Cleveland overcame slow starts from Kyrie and Love to build a big lead, and then hang on and survive a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter from the Nets.
Welcome to Cleveland, Kyle Korver.
Kyrie Irving has seen a substantial jump in his assist rate. WFNY’s Jeff Nomina takes a look at why this has been the case.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 124 Boston Celtics – 118 [Box Score] Another big first quarter from Kevin Love helped the Cleveland Cavaliers jump out to a sizable lead over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night, but it took another clutch performance from Kyrie Irving to secure the victory. The Boston Celtics came into the game tied for
To no surprise, the Cleveland Cavaliers winning of the 2015-16 NBA Championship is WFNY’s top story of 2016. Re-live Game 7 with this excellent rewind.
Kyrie Irving’s value has been in question of late. Although he might not be an MVP candidate, he’s still quite a deserving All-Star for the dominant Cavaliers.
Cleveland Cavaliers (23-7) 90 Detroit Pistons (15-18) 106 [Box Score] Just over 26 hours after taking care of the “Super Team” Golden State Warriors in the rematch of the 2016 Finals on Christmas Day, the Cleveland Cavaliers had the pleasure of traveling northwest to the Palace of Auburn Hills to take on the Detroit Pistons
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors pick up where they left off in what served as Game 8 of last summer’s NBA Finals, the Cavaliers emerging with a well-earned victory.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 119 Brooklyn Nets – 99 [Box Score] Twas the night before Christmas (Eve), and the Cavaliers were facing the woeful Brooklyn Nets before their big Christmas Day game against the Golden State Warriors. The team had just learned that starting shooting guard J.R. Smith’s thumb injury, which was originally thought to sideline
WFNY continues to count down the top 10 moments of 2016. The No. 5 story is about a specific afternoon in the middle of June.
LeBron James had a great night in Milwaukee and it was one of the reminders of just how incredible it is to be a Cleveland Cavaliers fan right now in these times.
An up-close look at Nike Basketball’s Kyrie 3, set to release later this month.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks played the second half of their home-and-home series Wednesday night in Cleveland, and the Cavaliers swept the series by coming out with a 113-102 victory to improve to 21-6 on the season.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 114 Milwaukee Bucks – 108 [Box Score] The Cavaliers jumped out to an early lead, but it took a miracle three-pointer in overtime from LeBron James to secure the 114-108 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. J.R. Smith left the game in the second quarter and did not return with an injury to