LeBron James and the Cavs dominated the Raptors yet again in a home playoff game.
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers picked up right where they left off in an 11-point win over the Toronto Raptors in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Brian Spaeth is back on the podcast with two of his favorite topics. There’s a new film coming out in The Fast and the Furious series called The Fate of the Furious. Additionally, we talk about the Cavaliers in a post-championship run.
The Eastern Conference continues to improve, but is there anyone who can get in the Cavs’ way? We (sort of) debate.
Cleveland Cavaliers – 116 Toronto Raptors – 112 [Box Score] The Cavaliers broke their three-game losing skid, winning 116-112 in Toronto on Monday night. But victory did not come without a price, as Cavalier guard J.R. Smith was injured in the first half and did not return. The Cavaliers thought they had escaped catastrophe as
The Cavaliers improve to 2-0 over their Eastern Conference rivals the Toronto Raptors thanks to a streaking Channing Frye and an Oscar-ish LeBron James.
“The North Ends In Cleveland.” That’s the new catchphrase I’ve been promoting since we learned that the city of Toronto—for the second time this year—would be standing between a Cleveland team and a trip to a world championship series. The match-up, to some fans, feels like another eerie (or Erie) parallel, cosmically linking the destinies
The Raptors’ wins over the Cavs have them feeling like Rocky Balboa and Rick Moranis. Also, enjoying Draymond Green’s struggles and Dion Waiters’ maturation.
The Cavs bring a tied series back to Cleveland after overcoming an 18-point deficit, but letting a late lead slip away to the Toronto Raptors.
LeBron James is playing a very good NBA Playoffs, but he’s still openly talking about things he could be doing better.
Friday morning after a Cavaliers victory is the perfect time to talk about, well, the Cavaliers and the band Tonic.
The Cavs improve to 10-0 in the 2016 playoffs behind a triple-double from LeBron James and another efficient scoring night from Kyrie Irving.
Based on the results from the preceding series, Kyle observes what’s worked for the Cavs, and how they may strike at the Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Dave and Dylan finally decided to grace us with their presence long after the Cleveland Cavaliers have started the playoffs. They recycle a bunch of Canada jokes about the Raptors.
LeBron James’ ever-growing old man strength, Kyrie Irving’s continuing development, Tyronn Lue’s political capital, and more from Cavs-Raptors Game 1.
The Cavs scored 66 points in the first half, building an insurmountable lead that the Toronto Raptors were unable to overcome in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will face the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals. Who are the Raptors, and how big of a threat are they to Cleveland?
Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors tickets are at a premium with both teams vying for a spot in the NBA Finals.
LeBron James spoke—very briefly—about the Cavs’ upcoming match-up with the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals. Cavs in 4.
Another bump in the road for the former top draft pick as Anthony Bennett has been waived.