So many things have transpired since the Cleveland Cavaliers last played a basketball game, let alone one at home.
The last player to keep LeBron James out of the NBA Finals, Paul Pierce says the East belongs to the King until he calls it quits.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are leaving a trail of destruction in their wake as they catapult toward one another for an inevitable third matchup in the NBA Finals. Is this a problem for the NBA as a whole, though?
LeBron James knows what he’s doing. He knows *exactly* what he’s doing.
Are the Cavaliers’ deficiencies on defense this late in the season enough to be cause for concern?
Using WhatIfSports.com to answer the question on how good the Cleveland Cavaliers bench would have been in its prime.
Rooting interests aside, the last 12 months of championships have been insane.
As the Indians head to Game 7 of the World Series, Cleveland fans are being reminded that they won an NBA Championship under similar circumstances. Weird.
The Cleveland Indians dropped Game 2 of the World Series, but no matter the outcome of the series, Cleveland Sports has given fans so much to be thankful for over the last year.
LeBron James delivered on his promise to the city of Cleveland. What can fans—and the rest of the NBA—expect from a man no longer weighed down by expectation?
Searching for a little extra motivation following the team’s Game 5 win in the NBA Finals, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue hid $4,500 in the ceiling only to be retrieved if they won Game 6 at home.
LeBron James and Kyrie Irving have played a substantial role in the Cleveland Cavaliers forcing Game 7, but head coach Tyronn Lue’s efforts on the sidelines should not be overlooked.
With the Cleveland Cavaliers eying up another shot at the NBA Finals, WFNY’s latest ponders the Finals 15—the weight gain caused by late-night viewing.
Despite every NBA Finals series since 2007 including either a LeBron or a Kobe, the two never met on basketball’s grandest stage.
After months of hard work, the confetti flew once again.
When the Cavs pass the ball, good things happen.
Is the NBA ready for “On a Mission” LeBron?
Following one of the most impressive NBA Finals performances in the history of the NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers point-forward LeBron James’ navy jersey from Game 1 and Game 2 was sold on Friday, According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, James’ jersey sold for $46,000. In Game One: 44, 8, 6 – He may receive some criticism
When the Cleveland Cavaliers completed a trade on January 5 to acquire J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert, initial speculation was that Shumpert was the main target while Smith and his contract were part of the cost of the completing the trade. Shumpert’s main assets were considered to be his athleticism and defensive acumen, but perhaps grit
There was only one way it could ever end. From the moment the playoffs began, the stakes were as high as could be: this wasn’t going to be as meaningless as something like ending world poverty or brain surgery, this was sports.1 And the possible outcomes were binary for the City of Cleveland: Either the Cavaliers