Cavaliers

All-Star Performance: Suns at Cavs Behind the Box Score

Cleveland Cavaliers – 118 Phoenix Suns – 103 [Box Score] The two Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star starters rose to the occasion and set the tone as the Cavs took down the Suns 118-103 Thursday night. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving were not only voted as All-Star game starters Thursday night, but also led the way to

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It’s Not Always Sunny in Phoenix: Cavs-Suns, Behind the Box Score

The Cavaliers avoided turnover-ing their way out of a 22-point lead over the Phoenix Suns thanks to a big fourth quarter from LeBron James.

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Headlines

Is the old Kyrie finally back?

Kyrie Irving scored 22 points and hit a dagger three-pointer against the Suns in Phoenix last night. Is the old Kyrie back?

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Irving Cools Suns: Cavs-Suns, Behind the Box Score

Cleveland Cavaliers (20-9) 101 Phoenix Suns (12-21) 97 Box Score The Cleveland Cavaliers entered Phoenix on Monday to play the Suns after a Grinchy two-game slump over the Christmas weekend. They lost a hard-fought NBA Finals rematch to the juggernaut Golden State Warriors on Friday thanks to some horrendous shooting, then got bludgeoned in Portland

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Podcast

Tristan Thompson’s free agency power play might work – WFNY Podcast – 2015-08-11

After starting the week with some Indians and Browns talk, I went back at it for some Cavs talk. This time, the topic at hand was Rich Paul and his big client Tristan Thompson in their quest for a 2015 max contract. Are you subscribed to iTunes yet? WHY NOT? Click here for a direct

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Enduring the Rally of the Suns: Phoenix vs. Cavs Behind the Box Score

Phoenix Suns 79 Cleveland Cavaliers 89 Box Score An evening after being beaten up inside in a loss to the Eastern Conference-leading Atlanta Hawks, the Cavs hosted a Phoenix Suns team on the wrong side of the Western Conference playoff bubble. The Suns’ trade deadline day moves appeared to make them worse in the short-term, but

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Headlines

Shawn Marion will retire after this season

The Cavaliers had an eventful off-season, to say the least, but getting Shawn Marion to join the Cavaliers felt like a real bonus. The NBA is a complex league in terms of player movement and to think that the Cavaliers could sign a guy with Shawn Marion’s experience and track record – even at an

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Welcome Back, LeBron – Cavaliers vs. Suns: Behind the Box Score

Cleveland Cavaliers (19-20) 100 Phoenix Suns (23-18) 107 [Box Score] The story before the Cavaliers faced the Suns in Phoenix was the return of LeBron James. He had missed eight games with knee and back issues, his last showing a flaccid 5-for-19 effort in the Cavs’ blowout loss to the Pistons on December 28. The Cavs went

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Headlines

NBA Rumors: Suns make late push for Kevin Love trade

According to a report by Brian Windhorst and Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.com the Phoenix Suns reached out to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday regarding a trade for Kevin Love. The report once again comes from an anonymous source and states the Suns’ proposed offer is centered around a sign and trade for restricted free agent guard

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Headlines

Channing Frye to sign four-year $32 million deal with Orlando

And another free agent announces their decision: Channing Frye will soon sign a higher-than-expected four-year $32 million deal with the Orlando Magic. The 31-year-old big man sharpshooter had a phenomenal comeback season for the Phoenix Suns last year. After missing all of 2012-13, he averaged 28.2 minutes in starting every single game for the surprise

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Cavaliers

The Diff: How the Cavs lost momentum during home losses

The Diff is your weekly WFNY look into the amazing world of sports statistics. For a complete log of articles, click this link. Last week, I wrote about C.J. Miles’ oddly impressive plus-minus data. This week, I’m logging terrible recent runs against the Cavaliers. This Cleveland Cavaliers season has not gone according to plan. That’s

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Behind The Boxscore Cavs vs. Suns: Watch That Third Quarter Step, It’s a Doozy!

Wow. At halftime, I was expecting to talk about one of the more glowing wins of the season from both ends of the floor. The Cavaliers shot 55% from the field in that half. They were cutting without the basketball toward the basket, setting effective picks for one another, knocking down mid-range shots, and sharing

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Surprising Suns present tough matchup at The Q for Cavs

The Phoenix Suns were not expected to be competitive at all this year. The Cleveland Cavaliers were expected to be at least slightly competitive. The two teams have had about as opposite of seasons as possible so far. Phoenix, expected to finish among the worst teams in the hyper-competitive West, is somehow 24-18. They tenuously

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Everything you need to know about new Cavs forward Earl Clark

When Earl Clark was the the No. 14 pick in the 2009 draft, he probably never expected to be in this position four years later. But here he is now, a 25-year-old with the opportunity to provide depth and length to the young Cleveland Cavaliers. Cavs general manager Chris Grant still has more work to

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The Boots: NBA Draft Lottery, John Wall and winning streaks

In my usual half-rapid fire, half-prose form, I’m here today with another edition of The Boots. Again, for those unfamiliar with this feature, I assign loosely defined “Boot Up” or “Boot Down” votes to trending topics in the sports world. I’m feeling some Tuesday basketball talk today. Boot Up: #TankStrong — Stop me if you’ve

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Headlines, WFNY Stats & Info

WFNY Stats & Info: Lakers’ chances of making playoffs

Over the last few days, I’ve seen several fans complaining on Twitter about why some fans are monitoring the Cavs’ draft position constantly. For me, it’s a fun task. I love draft talk. I even wrote a significant amount about the NBA Draft prospects last Saturday. But here’s another idea: How about we just stick

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Headlines

Box Score: Cavaliers 105, Suns 107

The Cavaliers were not able to sustain the fast start they got off to Friday night, falling to the Phoenix Suns 107-105. The Cavaliers jumped out to a 37-16 lead after the first quarter, but were outscored by the Suns every period there after. Dion Waiters led all Cavaliers in scoring with 23 points on

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Headlines

Report: Suns Could Target Alonzo Gee

And let the NBA rumor season begin. In his Sunday column, The Morning Journal’s Bob Finnan speculates that one Cavs starter could be the target of some Western intrigue this summer: Cavs forward Alonzo Gee might draw some serious interest this summer in free agency. The Suns could make a lucrative offer to Gee. One

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Headlines

Box Score: Suns 108, Cavaliers 83

The Phoenix Suns came to Cleveland to end their road trip and will leave with their biggest win of the 2011-12 season. Marcin Gortat and Markief Morris combined for quite the game for the Suns frontcourt, rendering Steve Nash to a mere distributor — he handed out 13 assists in 29 minutes, taking two shots,

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Cavaliers

Cavalier Road Trip Sends Them to Phoenix

The Cleveland Cavaliers are about to experience the most trying two game stretch of this young season. On Friday the Cavaliers must travel to Staples Center to take on former coach Mike Brown. But before that, the Cavaliers (4-5) must first take on the Phoenix Suns (4-5) on Thursday night. Typically, Thursday night NBA action

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