Channing Frye, D-Wade, Dirk…oh, and that mess in Los Angeles. What a night it was in the NBA.
Channing Frye has had a stellar NBA career. On the day of his last ever NBA game, we look back at his imprint on the Cleveland Cavaliers franchise.
RJ and Colin Jost are legends while bat flips and stare downs in baseball are glorious. WFNY’s Josh Poloha explains in today’s WWW.
It has been over eight months since Kevin Love pulled back the curtain to unveil a lifetime of struggle. It has been a year to the month when Love left the court in an early-November game shortly after halftime with what he refers to as a panic attack. Elevated heart rate. Shortness of breath. Dryness
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.
Many Cavaliers fans wanted Isaiah Thomas gone. They got their wish at the trade deadline.
The Cavs have gone to hell and back, and are finally starting to show signs of life—although for reasons both on and off the court, Isaiah Thomas’ future looks as murky as ever. And finally—FINALLY—the Indians announced Chief Wahoo is going away (well, sort of). As they have every step of the way with their embattled logo, the Indians continue to take the hardest road possible in moving on.
Throughout this rollercoaster of a season, the Cleveland Cavaliers have had plenty of peaks and valleys, with the team currently in a valley and working their way up the mountain. Even with their struggles and plenty of drama over the last couple weeks, one thing remains a constant: Channing Frye not only lightens the mood, but he makes basketball fun, all while sharing his smile during some of the team’s toughest times of the season. His put-back dunk during Sunday’s win is one of the many ways he makes this team so much better, both on and off the court.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are only 35 games into the season so they have plenty of time to figure out their best lineups and rotations, but right now, playing Channing Frye over Tristan Thompson would be the right move. Frye makes the team (and second unit) better both offensively and (very surprisingly) defensively.
With the Christmas Day game fast approaching, a guide through the first 29 games of the Cleveland Cavaliers 2017-2018 season to catch everyone up on the storylines and statistics.
Who knew that a trio of 30-plus reserves would be one of the biggest story lines of the first quarter of the Cavaliers’ NBA season?
The 2017-2018 Cleveland Cavaliers ready for what they hope to be a championship season. Here is where they stand with the big men on the roster.
The reigning NBA champions may be considered underdogs—again. But here’s why they will win back-to-back titles.
As good as the Cavaliers have been shooting the ball this season, it’s gotten better during the NBA Playoffs.
Why Tristan Thompson has been the Cavaliers’ second-best player through the postseason thus far.
Stop us if you heard this one before: The Cavs blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and ended up in overtime.
Using WhatIfSports.com to answer the question on how good the Cleveland Cavaliers bench would have been in its prime.
Looks like Deron Williams isn’t the only player to be heading to Cleveland after a buyout.
Why “Road Trippin'” is a must-listen for any fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers represent a “Championship or Bust” mentality with fans, but while that end result truly is important, it’s also important to take some time every now and then to just enjoy the fact that we get to root for this team.