As the Cavaliers and Pacers get ready for Game 3, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina talks Russell Westbrook, David Fizdale and the rest of the NBA Playoff landscape.
Stop us if you heard this one before: The Cavs blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and ended up in overtime.
Andrew Bogut breaks his tibia in his Cavaliers debut, and Dion Waiters banks in a game-winning three in a revenge game against his former team.
Cleveland Cavaliers (42-19) – 92 Miami Heat (29-34) – 120 Box Score It was Saturday evening. I didn’t have any immediate plans (damn you, social life!). I had sort of forgotten the Cleveland Cavaliers were even playing the tail half of a road-road back-to-back in Miami against the Heat. I turned on the game, and like Ron Burgundy
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade may not have met in the Eastern Conference Finals, but that didn’t stop Pablo S. Torre from publishing an excellent story on their friendship.
The Cleveland Cavaliers were embarrassed by the Miami Heat, a potential playoff foe, on Saturday. But you should read this so you know what to complain about.
The NBA put together a video compilation of LeBron James’ best dunks in advance of the team’s throttling of the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Cleveland Browns are reportedly working on Kaepernick. We talk about that and much more with Ben Axelrod.
Andy is loyal.
LeBron James will miss Saturday’s game against the Miami Heat.
Jiri Welsch! Dexter Pittman! From Cleveland to Miami and back again, a look at who has sent the most helpers LeBron’s way.
Rejoice: Cavaliers basketball is finally upon us. With the 2015-16 NBA preseason in the rearview mirror and all 30 NBA teams starting out undefeated, the city of Cleveland will soon begin its eight-month journey to what will hopefully provide the city with its first championship since 1964. The Big Three return with many familiar faces, but
The NBA released its 2015-16 season schedule on Wednesday evening. The Cleveland Cavaliers will begin their Eastern Conference title defense on October 27 at the United Center against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls will be looking to exact revenge for a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Cavs in the second round of the
With the playoffs over and the draft upon us, it’s officially silly season time again in the NBA. While the summer of 2015 isn’t likely to be as earth-shattering for the Cleveland Cavaliers as last July, there are still an awful lot of decisions to make. Just three weeks ago, I wrote an FAQ on
Happy Monday, you guys. Are you feeling empowered? Are you feeling as if you have the ability to flip the script on the standard, widely accepted flow chart of life? So much has been made as of late regarding the Cavaliers, LeBron James and the allocation of power. All season long, we heard that James was
The Cleveland Cavaliers were always going to make the playoffs. There was never a doubt about it. A massive influx in talent – particularly via a certain Akron, Ohio native — does wonders for an NBA team’s playoff odds. Even during the gloomiest, most despondent days of the season, when the Cavs hovered around the
Last Thursday, WFNY’s Craig Lyndall covered Pat Riley’s shock regarding LeBron leaving the Miami Heat, as Riley somehow thought it prudent to compare it to if Magic Johnson would have left the Los Angeles Lakers. This week, former Miami Heat great Alonzo Mourning decided to take time out of his busy schedule in Austin, Texas for South by
There were hints of it last night in Orlando when the Cavaliers were less than sharp in closing out the Orlando Magic after taking a huge lead. But in Miami, missing Kevin Love for a second straight night and on a back-to-back, the Cavaliers got blasted by the Heat for the second time this season in
Miami Heat president Pat Riley did a pretty comprehensive chat with Ethan Skolnick at The Bleacher Report and it’s a fascinating read for Cavs fans. Riley is an undeniably talented executive who I think most Cavs fans had cast as akin to The Emperor in Star Wars. It was so easy to do with the
LeBron James had another record-breaking performance on Tuesday night, surpassing Scottie Pippen for the most assists all-time by a frontcourt player in NBA history. With his 11 assists in the victory over the Detroit Pistons, LeBron now has 6,142 for his career. That’s the 27th-most all-time. To commemorate the occasion of the Akron native becoming