Are the Cavaliers’ deficiencies on defense this late in the season enough to be cause for concern?
Shooting 67 percent from the free throw line this season, LeBron James says that mark will improve come playoff time.
The NBA is worried about their inventory of primetime games losing their appeal. They could fix all their issues and not lose any money while doing it.
In the wake of Andrew Bogut’s injury, the Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be ready to sign once-estranged center Larry Sanders to a multi-year contract.
Could the Andrew Bogut injury provide David Griffin with his toughest task yet?
The Cavs and Celtics had a thriller in Boston on Wednesday night. WFNY takes you behind the box score.
It’s time to recognize the work David Griffin has done to build this current Cavaliers roster.
Could the Cavaliers land a backup point guard without having to trade away any of their pieces? I would appear so.
Larry Sanders is in Cleveland for what’s being considered a “due diligence” workout with the Cavs.
With the NBA Trade Deadline looming, WFNY looks at some of the deals that did (and didn’t) go down in recent years.
LeBron James continues to defy logic with his passing, but raised the bar yet again with a nutmeg pass in Cleveland’s win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Kyle Korver has shown the ability to fill up the box score, but why isn’t he starting? WFNY debates.
The Cavs have been mum on the results of Kevin Love’s MRI. We attempt to not read to far into this.
Can Kyrie Irving bring home another three-point contest win? He’ll get his shot later this month.
Jordan Farmar emerges as the leader to sign among the players the Cleveland Cavaliers worked out this week.
Better late than never? The Cavaliers appear to (finally) be ready to host a few free agents.
The Cleveland Cavaliers held an opponent below 100 points for the first time in nearly a month, as they start a new wining streak with a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Cleveland Cavaliers Kevin Love made the 66th NBA All-Star game as a reserve.
It appears the January swoon has led to some finger pointing in Independence.
The Cleveland Cavaliers were reportedly approached by the New York Knicks as a potential suitor for Carmelo Anthony.