The Cavs acquired a handful of draft assets and helped their tanking efforts this season prior to Thursday’s trade deadline, which seems like a win-win situation for the wine and gold.
At just 10-41, the Cavs have been quite a disappointment this season. With that said, it’s better to focus on the good things. WFNY’s Josh Poloha takes a look at a number of the positive aspects of the Cavs, especially in 2019.
Just in case anyone hadn’t noticed, the Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t very good and there’s no clear path out of this mess.
Given his salary, size, and ability to score as a lengthy wing, Rodney Hood could be one of the most attractive trade targets prior to the NBA Trade Deadline on February 7.
He may be playing for a small, mid-major school but Murray State’s Ja Morant should be getting just as much attention as any 2019 NBA Draft prospect not named Zion Williamson.
It’s been 934 days since that special night on June 19, 2016 and the Cavs *still* live in the heads of the Golden State Warriors. This time, they’re crying about what Cleveland did with Patrick McCaw.
With LeBron James, you know anything is possible.
You might think you want an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle, but you’d shoot your eye out, kid. So, here is what you should be hoping to see under the Cleveland sports Christmas tree.
When the February 8 deal went down, it was largely painted as addition by subtraction. The Cavaliers’ locker room was toxic, and Ty Lue had entirely too many mouths—and egos—to feed. WFNY looks back at Koby Altman’s mid-season Hail Mary.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers Head Coach Ty Lue said this season won’t be measured in wins and losses, but rather “wins and lessons.” With that in mind, and in honor of his memory, WFNY is going to follow along with what we learn every week. Early this season, the Cavaliers were experiencing essentially only lessons. In
Kevin Love surprised many by signing a contract extension to stay in Cleveland even after LeBron James left for Los Angeles. For the Cavaliers, it was a rare positive moment in a sea of turmoil ever since.
Delly’s return is as close to an MVP moment as we’re gonna get at the Q this year.
Bol Bol has plenty of question marks surrounding how his game and size will translate to the NBA level, but at 7-foot-2 and with a 7-foot-8 wingspan and 9-foot-7 standing reach, he can be a dominant NBA player if he continues to develop and get stronger.
Wins and Lessons rolls on with an in-depth look at Collin Sexton’s season to date and how the Young Bull is shaping up.
Guess who’s back, back again, Delly’s back, tell a friend!
The Cavs have reportedly traded Kyle Korver to the Jazz for Alec Burks and two second-round picks in a deal that seems to be a win-win for both the veteran and the wine and gold.
The Cavs may have won two of their last three games, but in the latest Tank Watch, we take a look at North Carolina true freshman forward Nassir Little, who has shown plenty of promise on both ends of the floor.
The Cavs went streaking over the weekend!
With five wins by four teams, it was a perfect weekend to be a Cleveland (and Ohio State) sports fan.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are so much worse than even the most dire predictions imagined.