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. If this Cavaliers season is to be measured by wins and
Cavs reportedly fire the only head coach to win a championship in Cleveland over the last 54 years.
If Cavs losses are lessons this season, the Cavs are doing nothing but learning right now.
The Cleveland Cavaliers clearly miss LeBron James. Is it too late to hope for Kevin Love to pick of the pieces of his absence?
The 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers not only are without a win, but have a NBA-worst point differential. Can and will things get better soon?
The 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers season has begun and so have the lessons. Those lessons are going to be hard.
What’s it like to be a Cleveland fan after the elusive championship in 2016, the Indians’ destruction by the Astros, LeBron James’ departure, and the Browns’ most recent rock-bottom? Let us look to Wile E. Coyote for inspiration.
With the Cavs set to tip off their 2018-19 season Wednesday night, WFNY’s Josh Poloha gives you some bold predictions for this upcoming season, predictions that are much different than over the last four years.
No matter how well the Cavs play this season, Larry Nance Jr. will be one of the handful of players that fans will tune in to watch. The fan favorite deserved an extension in Cleveland and he got just that.
Will fans exhibit the patience needed for the next chapter of Cavaliers basketball?
Wins and Lessons returns for the Cleveland Cavaliers second preseason game.
WFNY took in the first Media Day to not have LeBron James in the last four seasons and provides you with the overarching vibe.
After the Cavs and Rodney Hood explored sign-and-trade options, the shooting guard has decided to sign his $3.4 million qualifying offer to return to the wine and gold.
Of all the small forwards to train with LeBron James in UCLA, Cleveland’s own Cedi Osman got the call, but what can Cavs fans expect this coming season?
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.