What if we told you, the Cleveland Cavaliers answer for a legitimate backup point guard this season is on their D-League affiliate, the Canton Charge?
Mo Williams has decided to retire and the Cleveland Cavaliers are now forced to call on young, inexperienced players to fill in the gap at point guard.
If Mo Williams retires, the Cleveland Cavaliers will have to find a veteran back-up to step in and provide depth. WFNY looks at the current crop of free agents.
In many ways, it feels like it was just yesterday that the Cleveland Cavaliers came back from a 3-1 series deficit to beat the Golden State Warriors and bring a major sports championship back to Cleveland for the first time since 1964. Alas, some members of the wine and gold are already beginning to prepare
Former Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Baron Davis has been eyeing a return to the NBA ever since signing a contract with the NBA D-League.
The Cavs will keep guard Jared Cunningham past the January 10 guaranteed-contract deadline.
Mo Williams’ offense has been a help to the Cavaliers offense, but his perimeter defense has hurt the Cavs early in the season.
Cleveland Cavaliers 90 New York Knicks 84 [Box Score] It won’t be remembered as the prettiest game ever played, but the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to grind out a come from behind win in New York against the Knicks on Friday night. The Cavaliers had a solid enough first quarter, but for the rest of
The Utah Jazz played a damn good game, but a very LeBron fourth quarter led the Cavs to a 118-114 victory, their seventh in a row.
Jiri Welsch! Dexter Pittman! From Cleveland to Miami and back again, a look at who has sent the most helpers LeBron’s way.
Once the Cavs got acclimated to the time change, they had their way with the 76ers in Philadelphia. LeBron James became the youngest player in NBA history to score 25,000 points in the 107-100 victory.
Nike’s Kyrie 1s were already a hit with guards throughout the NBA thanks to their excellent balance of style and performance. And while Mo Williams may never wear these pairs on the court, he’s the proud owner of two of the rarer colorways to hit the market this past year. According to Williams’ Instagram feed,
“It made my decision easy to come back and finish my career here, to say that I retired a Cavalier.”
Last year’s Wine and Gold Scrimmage was about meeting the Cavs for the first time. The 2015 version was about saying hello all over again.
Mo: “We’re together to win a title. That’s all that matters.”
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! We’re in the heart of football season, but it seems like all anyone wants to talk about is basketball, right? It’s crazy that we’re still in September, the Indians are still playing, the Browns have only played three games, the Buckeyes haven’t even played a Big Ten game yet, and still the
Iman Shumpert bobblehead? Yes please.
Hint: It’s not because of CC Sabathia
So, about that game…
LeBron James reportedly told Mo Williams he’d get him back on the Cavs.