Whether it was his block or buzzer-beater, all of which occurred in the final three seconds, LeBron James helped the Cavs take a 3-2 series lead over the Pacers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers survive another nail-biter on the road in Game 4 against the Indiana Pacers thanks to some clutch Kyle Korver shooting in the fourth quarter. The series is now tied 2-2 headed back to Cleveland.
LeBron James nearly triple-doubles as the Cavs go ice cold in the second half of Game 3.
Thanks to an incredible game by LeBron James and some strong defense in the fourth quarter, the Cavs beat the Pacers, 100-97, to tie the series, 1-1. Now it’s off to Indianapolis for the next two games. Game 3 tips off at 7 p.m. ET Friday night.
Ty Lue has decided one game was enough as the Cavs enter Game 2 against the Pacers with a new starting lineup.
Whatever happened to connectedness and spirit within the Cavaliers? Plus, a look at Adam Pally’s presentation of a Shorty Award.
The Cavs’ offense was dismal in Game 1 Sunday night, to say the least. Due to that, WFNY’s Kyle Kelly believes the Cavs need to make two changes to the starting lineup ahead of Game 2 Wednesday night.
After only scoring 80 points in Game 1, we can all hope that the Cavaliers play much better offensively the rest of the postseason.
We often think we know what something is going to feel like, and when it happens it’s so much different. We can all learn some life lessons from LeBron James’ two stints with the Cavaliers
Jacob Rosen revisits the 2013 NFL Draft, where the Cleveland Browns surprisingly took Barkevious Mingo. What lessons can be learned from the experience?
The Cleveland Cavaliers will have a 15th man on their postseason roster, but if everything goes according to plan, Kendrick Perkins will be more coach-player than player-coach.
The Cleveland Cavaliers enter the 2018 playoffs as a bit of an unknown. With so little time with this team at full health, how should we properly set expectations for this team? The answer starts, of course, with LeBron James.
In the end, billboards don’t matter. Reports speculating his potential decision don’t matter. Clickbait about his decision already being made don’t matter. All that matters to LeBron James is his family and winning, no matter what anyone else may say.
Is LeBron James time running out as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers? That card is yet to be played, but just in case, don’t miss a second of this season.
Jacob Rosen shares his excitement for the 2018 Cleveland Indians. Projection systems give the Tribe over 90 percent playoff probabilities. Are you as confident?
A look at the home stretch for the weary Cleveland Cavaliers before heading into the playoffs.
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.
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.
LeBron James, who is never at a loss for words, simply calls history-making night “pretty cool.”