The 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers season has begun and so have the lessons. Those lessons are going to be hard.
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?
WFNY took in the first Media Day to not have LeBron James in the last four seasons and provides you with the overarching vibe.
The WFNY Getting to Know You series continues with an interview with Joe Caione, digital designer for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cleveland Browns are miraculously 4-1 against the New Orleans Saints since 1999. They’ll look to continue that odd stroke of success on Sunday at the Superdome.
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!
On the court, James has influenced countless decisions, be it in the way fellow players structure contracts or how opposing teams create rosters in hopes of challenging him. In an era of immediate impact (read: returns), who will be willing to be the next individual — business owner, musician, movie star, or athlete — to follow in James’ footsteps off of it?
There are no guarantees in life, but the Cavaliers did the best they could do to control their own destiny in re-signing Kevin Love.
Jacob Rosen shares his thoughts on Kevin Love’s Hall of Fame candidacy, the Francisco Mejia trade, lousy Browns stats, and how it feels to not have to root for the Cavs tanking.
They aren’t big names, but the Cavs are interested in three more free agents, with mutual interest from David Nwaba.
WFNY interviews Bobby Hoekstra of the Cleveland Indians about his background, work life and personal life.
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’s terrible and sad that LeBron James is leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers, but let’s appreciate the few positive things about James leaving for Los Angeles — some real and some less so.
It appears as though the Cavs are really interested in potentially signing 25-year-old, three-and-D SG Treveon Graham.