No strangers to the art of a rebuild, Cavaliers fans are understandably painting a rosy picture of the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Gone are the championship expectations, but what remains isn’t exactly a blank canvas. The last time we saw Kevin Love carrying his own team he put up 26 points and 12 rebounds per night.
It isn’t a big-time acquisition, but the Cavs have reportedly acquired Sam Dekker from the Los Angeles Clippers.
Tristan Thompson is reported to have punched Draymond Green? Let’s have a parade!
No matter what he does on the basketball court, LeBron’s legacy will always be defined by what he did off of it. His newest I Promise School is just another example of how good of a guy LeBron truly is.
Let us embrace him for what he has meant to this city. Root for his success and provide him heated defense from his detractors. He writes no letters and seeks no validation from the national media. He simply rolls up his sleeves and gets to work. For us. Just the same as the day he arrived. Kevin Love is one of us now. Let’s treat him as such.
The Cleveland Cavaliers saw what transpired in 2010 and they were not about to let it happen again.
Heading into the 2018-19 season, the question surrounding the Cleveland Cavaliers was whether or not they planned to compete in the Eastern Conference or rebuild for a time when several other teams would not be ahead of them on the conference’s pecking order.
They aren’t big names, but the Cavs are interested in three more free agents, with mutual interest from David Nwaba.
Summer League is always a bit of a mixed bag, but the biggest take away from the Cavaliers’ 2018 Summer League is that Collin Sexton is very fun to watch play.
It appears as though the Cavs are really interested in potentially signing 25-year-old, three-and-D SG Treveon Graham.
They may be planning to keep Kevin Love, at least for now, but it seems as though the Cleveland Cavaliers are shopping veteran sharpshooter Kyle Korver. According to cleveland.com’s Terry Pluto, the wine and gold are actively “looking to move” the 37-year-old this offseason. I hear the Cavs are looking to move Korver. He has
Where do the Cleveland Cavaliers go now that LeBron James is gone, again?
The Cavs want to bring him back and it seems as though there are only two other teams interested in RFA Rodney Hood.
Much like the rest of Cleveland, Tyronn Lue was shocked and a bit hurt by LeBron’s decision to leave the Cavs again.
Trading Kevin Love would speed up the rebuilding process and basically assure that they keep their top-10 protected first-round pick in 2019, but the Cavs don’t seem to want to get rid of their lone All-Star.
For the first time since LeBron decided to leave the Cavs for the second time in his career, Koby Altman spoke publicly about No. 23’s decision.
There were three. Then two. Now Kevin Love is the last of the superstars in Cleveland. What to make of his standing as the lone wolf in wine and gold
With LeBron’s departure, many are murmuring about potential Kevin Love trades. But the idea of a Andrew Wiggins re-trade is a bad one and such rumors should end.
Led by second-year players Cedi Osman and Ante Zizic, the #Cavs won their first Summer League game Friday night.
With the Cavaliers Summer League tipping off in Vegas tonight, we have a preview of Cleveland’s Summer League team.