With the Christmas Day game fast approaching, a guide through the first 29 games of the Cleveland Cavaliers 2017-2018 season to catch everyone up on the storylines and statistics.
Can Koby Altman find the Cavaliers the really old players they need to beat the Warriors and convince LeBron to stay?
LeBron James’ dunks are incredible, but are they his “signature” move?
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?
The Cleveland Cavaliers started the season slow, but those are far away memories now. The prognosis is much better 21 games into the season with Isaiah Thomas still not having played a game.
The Derrick Rose era in Cleveland may have only lasted seven games.
We won’t blame you if you’re starting to get excited.
Fans were divided. Lines, they were drawn.
After a 19 point fourth quarter, the question needs to be asked. Are the Cavs hurting themselves by not placing Kyle Korver in the starting unit?
Arthur memes, Instagram likes, and subway rides are merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to covering the NBA.
How is it possible for a team’s point guard to have only 12 assists in mid-November? Well, don’t you worry your little mind about it because WFNY is here to show you how to appreciate the individual beauty of each one.
One of the Cavaliers biggest flaws this season has been their rebounding, especially with Tristan Thompson sidelined with a left calf strain. Although they are only 13 games into the season, Cleveland seems to be interested in center Greg Monroe, who was recently traded from the Bucks to the Suns. The biggest holdup though could be his $17.9 million salary.
Does LeBron have aspirations to eventually own the Cleveland Cavaliers?
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The Cleveland Cavaliers have some work to do as the initial results through 10 games leave a whole heck of a lot to be desired.
After John Wall and Bradley Beal claimed that the Wizards were the best team in the East and that the Cavs tanked last season so they wouldn’t have to play Washington early in the playoffs, LeBron James put the Cavs on his back and had a career game Friday night. It was not only a statement game for No. 23 and the wine and gold, but James may have found a new facet of his game on offense as well.
With a 3-5 record and having lost four straight, many Cavs fans have already started freaking out about what’s wrong with their team. Dwyane Wade is here to remind you that everything will be just fine in the end after he and the Cavs figure it out.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have too many retired numbers. Here is who should actually be immortalized.
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.
This could be a lot of fun.