Who knew that a trio of 30-plus reserves would be one of the biggest story lines of the first quarter of the Cavaliers’ NBA season?
It’s only been five games this season, but J.R. Smith is off to the worst start of his career by a wide margin. Here’s to hoping he works things out, finds his groove, and gives the Cavs a jolt of offense to ease some of the burden off of LeBron James.
The Cavs suddenly have a lot of high-quality players to deploy over a finite amount of minutes per game. How Ty Lue responds will be worth watching.
Jae Crowder can guard a number of positions on defense and find ways to contribute without needing the ball in his hands offensively. Tyronn Lue is already working on ways for the Cavs to utilize his versatility on both sides of the floor this season. Whether it means using a small or big lineup, Crowder will allow Lue to take some of the pressure off LeBron James as well.
Cleveland Cavalier Jose Calderon may be considered the backup point guard now, but Tyronn Lue hasn’t counted out Kay Felder quite yet.
Could Mr. Big Shot be the next Cavaliers’ front office head?
Did Tyronn Lue really state that the Boston Celtics are harder to prepare for than the Golden State Warriors?
Cleveland Cavaliers – 117 Boston Celtics – 104 [Box Score] The Boston Celtics won the top seed in the Eastern Conference to gain home-court advantage in the Conference Finals. On Tuesday night, they won the NBA Draft Lottery. They even won the opening tip to officially begin the series. But, the winning stopped there, as
Kevin Love’s usage rate has dropped throughout the playoffs, but the Cleveland Cavaliers continue to roll.
As good as the Cavaliers have been shooting the ball this season, it’s gotten better during the NBA Playoffs.
LeBron James scored 35 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers used a huge fourth quarter to propel themselves to a 3-0 lead over the Toronto Raptors.
LeBron James and the Cavs dominated the Raptors yet again in a home playoff game.
Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue calls his job the hardest in the NBA.
With the Cleveland Cavaliers second round match up about to begin, LeBron James minute allocation is discussed.
Playoff basketball is finally here and if you’re not soaking in every minute, I don’t know what to tell you.
The Cavs have plenty to blame on themselves after blowing that big of a lead in the final quarter after dominating the first 36 minutes, but the NBA will have to look long and hard at this one as the final two-minute report gets released.
In the grand debate, given the way we now view success in the NBA, LeBron James should be resting more, not less.
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.
Though playing on his fifth team in six years, could Derrick Williams stick with the Cavs for the rest of the 2016-17 season?
With Kevin Love expected to miss at least the next six weeks, the plans to rest LeBron James and Kyrie Irving have been thwarted.