WFNY took in the first Media Day to not have LeBron James in the last four seasons and provides you with the overarching vibe.
Tom Withers joins the Nail in the Coffin guys to talk LeBron James, Browns, and the Indians.
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?
Only 14 years old and already 6-foot-6, Akron Buchtel hoops prodigy Chris Livingston has received an offer from the Ohio State Buckeyes.
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.
Early this year, a cable news host attacked LeBron James on national television, saying he should, “Shut up and dribble.” With the unveiling of James’ I Promise school in Akron last week, we should be thankful James didn’t listen.
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?
No matter what he does on the basketball court, LeBron’s legacy will always be defined by what he did off of it. His newest I Promise School is just another example of how good of a guy LeBron truly is.
Written off as a potential trade asset since nearly the day he arrived, Kevin Love is still in Cleveland. And with the four-year contract extension he signed this week, it looks like the Cavs are planning to count on him for a long time. Love is well-liked, but his new deal was a polarizing move
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.
Where do the Cleveland Cavaliers go now that LeBron James is gone, again?
Much like the rest of Cleveland, Tyronn Lue was shocked and a bit hurt by LeBron’s decision to leave the Cavs again.
For the first time since LeBron decided to leave the Cavs for the second time in his career, Koby Altman spoke publicly about No. 23’s decision.
With LeBron’s departure, many are murmuring about potential Kevin Love trades. But the idea of a Andrew Wiggins re-trade is a bad one and such rumors should end.
In a fantastic roundtable on 92.3 The Fan, The Athletic’s Jason Lloyd, ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, and Cleveland.com’s Joe Vardon, who have been with the Cavs every step of the way the last four years, talk about the second LeBron Era in Cleveland. With No. 23 deciding to head to Los Angeles, this will also be the end of the three-headed monster that is currently the Cavs beat as well, unfortunately.
New The Nail Podcast: Film noir: Dark days for the Cavs as LeBron heads off to Hollywood.
It has been a long road traveled with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Dan Harrington puts his thoughts to paper to traverse what it mean to him.
LeBron may have taken his talents elsewhere (again), but June 19, 2016 will never be taken away from us, Cleveland.
The sting of LeBron leaving this time is different than 2010. Yet, it still stings nonetheless.
With LeBron going to LA, WFNY’s Josh Poloha writes a sincere Thank You letter to No. 23 for everything he did the last four years and will continue to do in the future.