Monday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers and GM David Griffin agreed to part ways. It’s a troubling development for fans of the franchise and it adds a layer of uncertainty that only serves to make things feel a little uneasy.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers might have only been champs for a year, but the accomplishment lives forever.
It’s Friday on WFNY and that means Craig is here with his week’s thoughts and links to things that might interest you.
The Cleveland Cavaliers came up short in their bid to defend their NBA title. While it’s not the outcome Cavs fans were hoping for, there is still plenty to be thankful for.
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 Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA championship in 2016, but it doesn’t appear likely to be repeated this year.
These NBA Finals have not been an indictment of the Cavaliers.
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 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 2016-17 Cleveland Cavaliers are worlds removed from the Cleveland Spiders of 1899, yet a thread connects them.
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.
Kyrie Irving appears to be peaking at the perfect time for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 135 Boston Celtics – 102 [Box Score] For the third-consecutive year, the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to the NBA Finals. A LeBron James-led team brings with it the highest expectations, and the inevitability of this year’s Finals matchup has made the daily greatness harder to appreciate. But a Cleveland team, a defending
Joe Lacob somehow thinks his team winning this season confirms his feelings about last season. This guy.
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.