Kyle Korver is ready to suit up with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but Mike Dunleavy is refusing to report to the Atlanta Hawks, thus holding up the process.
Welcome to Cleveland, Kyle Korver.
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 re-enacted Home Alone by leaving LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love at home as the team traveled to Memphis Wednesday night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been pretty good so far this season, but the lack of depth off the bench is a serious concern and something that could impact the team as the Cavs hit a tougher stretch of their schedule.
To little surprise, the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James were heavily featured in this year’s NBA GM Poll.
Cleveland Cavaliers Media Day kicks off the 2016-17 season. WFNY asks, what—if any—expectations are in place?
So much for that. Yesterday, reports emerged suggesting that the Cavaliers (and LeBron James) were interested in acquiring sharpshooting small forward Mike Dunleavy. Today, Dunleavy has reportedly signed a three-year deal to stay in Chicago. Dunleavy can’t officially sign until July 9 — there is an moratorium on free agency signing until then — but
NBA free agency officially begins tomorrow, which means that bushels of rumors will fall upon us over the next couple days. The latest regarding the Cleveland Cavaliers is not about Kevin Love or LeBron James, but a former rival in whom LeBron and the Cavs are allegedly interested. It makes sense. Dunleavy is a big small