WFNY’s Jeff Nomina joined Tom and Travis on The Nail in the Coffin podcast to talk the Cavs’ roster reload and what it means going forward.
It’s the end of #WFNYX week, and we’re talking about hope for LeBron James sticking around.
LeBron James has earned the right to handle his business however he sees fit. There are undeniable implications. That’s what it’s like to be the most powerful athlete in the history of professional sports.
The status of the Brooklyn pick seems to be one of the biggest questions surrounding Thursday’s trade deadline.
The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Miami Heat and the Brooklyn Nets won: A bad night for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
After a deal to bring Sacramento Kings point guard George Hill to the Cleveland Cavaliers was reportedly “on the one-yard line” last week, things seemed to have changed over the weekend. It looks as though Hill will no longer become a Cav after he supposedly declined to agree to a potential buyout this offseason if LeBron James were to leave the wine and gold. It seems as though this is all on owner Dan Gilbert—again.
It seems like ages ago, but the Cleveland Cavaliers when five weeks without a general manager. WFNY relives this as one of the top stories of 2017.
Does LeBron have aspirations to eventually own the Cleveland Cavaliers?
Confidential reports obtained by ESPN show the Cavaliers were among nine teams to lose money last season despite being defending champions.
Many of things could have been said of Kyrie Irving behind the scenes, but both LeBron and Dan Gilbert took the high road, congratulating them on social media and while talking to the media.
Was all of this just one big misunderstanding?
James Jones was offered a spot in the Cleveland Cavaliers front office before he joined the Phoenix Suns.
Koby Altman has his work cut out for him during his first season as the Cleveland Cavaliers’ general manager. His introductory press conference was the first challenge.
Dad lecture time from Craig to Dan Gilbert, LeBron James, and Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Cleveland Cavaliers acting general manager Koby Altman is expected to have his role made official soon.
James “Champ” Jones is no longer a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers or an active player in the NBA. He has officially joined the front office of the Phoenix Suns, but WFNY would be remiss if we did not take the time to thank him.
Dan Gilbert has gone off the rails with the David Griffin firing and lowball offer to Chauncey Billups. So, why not just allow Nick Gilbert to run the Cleveland Cavaliers?
Some have described the Cavaliers’ offseason as “the offseason from hell”. But is it really that bad?
The Cleveland Cavaliers allowed Jamal Crawford to sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves so that they can pursue Cedi Osman. Will the decision backfire?
Nothing but crickets in Independence as the Cleveland Cavaliers remain without a general manager.