What does Collin Sexton bring to the wine and gold? Let’s get to know the newest Cavalier.
Rockin’ a wine-colored suit, Alabama point guard Collin Sexton was selected by the Cavs with the eighth overall pick
The Cavs may trade the selection when all is said and done, but let’s take a look at the history of the No. 8 pick in the NBA Draft.
With so many questions looming, the Cavs seem to want to keep Kevin Love no matter what. Reminder: It is #SmokeScreenSZN.
I believe LeBron James wants to remain a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, but I also believe he has no idea what he is going to do come the start of free agency.
With the NBA Draft less than 36 hours away, here’s a look at what some analysts believe the Cavs will do at No. 8
LeBron James once said he was returning to Cleveland to finish his career with the Cavaliers. Now, most observers expect him to leave Cleveland in free agency this offseason. What changed for LeBron over the last four years? In a word, everything.
What if (Kevin) Love is all you need to be a contender on a LeBron-less Cavaliers team? WFNY’s Corey Barnes expounds in his love letter to Love
The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers are historical rivals. The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are newer rivals. Which rivalry is bigger?
With one year remaining on his rookie contract, Larry Nance Jr. and the Cavs have mutual interest on an extension.
WFNY’s Corey Barnes looks back at what was to prepare for the time coming with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Without his burner accounts on Twitter, Kevin Durant took to the media to throw a dig at LeBron James this time.
With LeBron’s decision looming, Dwyane Wade believes it will be based on his family and lifestyle more than anything
Remember when rumors swirled that LeBron James and Kevin Love didn’t like each other as teammates? That seems like such a long time ago, doesn’t it?
If this is the end, LeBron James has left us better than we ever imagined we could be.
LeBron James might lose another Finals. He might even leave the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s all been worth it, regardless.
Finding something resembling peace in light of the Cleveland Cavaliers 0-3 Finals deficit, the officiating debacle in Game 1, and a manifestly unfair world.
LeBron, Kevin Love, and Rodney Hood (yes, you read that correctly) did all they could but the Dubs are just too good.
Steph Curry had no reason to go near the Cavs’ bench, but he did anyways. Perk held his ground, much like he should have. Much like the Golden State Warriors seem to do, Curry then got into it with Kendrick Perkins even though Perk did nothing wrong, standing his ground, exactly like he should have.
At least we’re headed back to Cleveland, right? The Cavs’ offense just couldn’t keep up with the Warriors’ juggernaut offense in Game 2