With the Cavs dealing with a number of injuries, it makes us wish that it was possible to wrap each Cavs player in bubble wrap to assure they’re at full strength in mid-April.
It is March 2018. The Cleveland Cavaliers are three-time defending Eastern Conference Champions. LeBron James, at age 33, is looking to reach an incredible eighth consecutive NBA Finals. And … fellow Summit County native Larry Nance Jr. is set to play a pivotal role in the middle of it all.
As fans clamor for more Larry Nance and less Tristan Thompson, the Cavaliers are stuck asking tough questions on what is best for the team moving forward.
The NBA doesn’t care about the little things and it’s playing to their benefit. We’ve seen what happens when things get out of control in the NFL.
Ante Zizic is by no means a sure thing, but if he can take play through the rest of the G-League season and shine in Summer League then perhaps next season he could work his way into potentially playing more significant minutes.
Despite narratives about LeBron James’ future, the reality is that his future starts now. How these next few months play out will likely shape LeBron’s free agency plans more than any other factor.
Kevin Love won’t have the opportunity to actually play with his new teammates until he fully recovers from his hand injury in a few weeks, but it’s obvious that he loves the new-look Cavs and can’t wait to get back on the court. They already look much improved, just wait until they gain more chemistry and get Love back. Watch out, Eastern Conference (and the rest of the NBA).
Koby Altman remade the Cleveland Cavaliers overnight — but are the new Cavaliers better than the old Cavaliers?
With the new-look Cavs, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina says LeBron James needs to alter his position within the team’s rotation going forward.
No matter which way you look at it, the recent moves by the Cleveland Cavaliers leave the franchise in a better spot today than they were just one week ago.
With just one practice under their belt together, the new-look Cavs not only dominated the Celtics in Boston, but they did so while looking energetic and rejuvenated all while having fun and seemingly being unstoppable offensively.
To say that the Cleveland Cavaliers had a hectic trade deadline would be an understatement. The wine and gold acquired four players while trading away six, completely reshaping their roster. Following the deadline, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Josh Poloha took to WFNY TV Thursday night to talk a little about the trades, why Channing Frye will be missed, and what the new-look Cavs may look like going forward.
Cavs could potentially bring in Kendrick Perkins not to help them on the court, but the veteran would could potentially help the transition following the roster overhaul, along with his experience and leadership in the locker room. With the departure of Channing Frye, a guy that keeps things going well behind the scenes is important. Essentially, Perkins’ contributions off the court are more important to the Cavs than his potential contributions on the court.
WIth so much pressure to improve the team, first-year general manager Koby Altman came through and had an incredible deadline day. Just how good does it seem to be? He got the nod of approval from former general manager David Griffin Tha’ts a good thing, right?
With the complete overhaul of the roster on Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, hope is back that the Cleveland Cavaliers can return to being fun to watch again.
Isaiah Thomas’ game is broken, but his mouth seemed to run more than ever, especially when it came to blaming his teammates and coaches for the Cavs’ problems. He wasn’t the only problem, but IT sure didn’t help anything. Because of that, his departure will improve the Cavs going forward.
Denny Mayo returns in the most Denny Mayo of ways, and we couldn’t be more thrilled.
It’s the end of #WFNYX week, and we’re talking about hope for LeBron James sticking around.
WFNY cannot decide if the Cavs trades are bigger or the fact Will Gibson needed to make a return trip to discuss them. Either way…
Dwyane Wade back to Miami, a whole slew of youthful wings back to Cleveland and somehow Koby Altman rid the roster of some bad contracts. Here we go.