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.
The Cavaliers are rumored to be in the mix for several players, but can any of them help pull them out of this January malaise?
What roles does Kyrie Irving provide most to these Cleveland Cavaliers? What does he need to thrive elsewhere? Today’s While We’re Waiting looks at Kyrie Irving’s current place in today’s NBA environment.
It appears the January swoon has led to some finger pointing in Independence.
As the Cavs continue to search for a point guard, three new names enter the fray.
Ever since August 23, 2014 — the day the Cleveland Cavaliers acquired Kevin Love — it seems as though the All-Star power forward has been involved in trade talks to take him away from the wine and gold. While general manager David Griffin has squashed any and all trade rumors involving Love, along with the team deeming
The Cavs have reportedly offered Anderson Varejao to the Orlando Magic for Channing Frye.
More rumors rumbling: Are the Cavs interested in the former Ohio State big man?
Are the Cavaliers considering another member of the Big Three? Reports out of New York say so.
Cavs GM David Griffin says that he has never proposed a trade nor fielded an offer featuring Kevin Love.
As the NBA Trade Deadline approaches, the Cleveland Cavaliers would be all about adding Markieff Morris to the fold, but the front office is looking more at wing players.
The NBA Draft is next Thursday, and the Cavaliers own the No. 24 overall pick — for now, at least. The team is reportedly looking to trade that pick along with Brendan Haywood’s large non-guaranteed contract, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, with a playmaking guard the desired return. From Windy: Haywood’s $10.5 million contract is
When David Griffin masterfully acquired Brendan Haywood this past summer, the entire Cleveland Cavaliers landscape was different than it is today. Since the draft night deal, the wine and gold have added a few All-Stars, a few key role players and a boat load of salary. Haywood’s deal was one that could potentially bring over
The Cleveland Cavaliers are in first place, but that doesn’t mean that David Griffin is complacent with his current roster. ESPN’s Marc Stein reports that the Wine and Gold are still in search of a rim-protecting big man and that they’d be willing to trade Dion Waiters in order to get one. Sources say that
The Brooklyn Nets could look to trade forward Andrei Kirilenko and the Cleveland Cavaliers are rumored to be one team interested in acquiring the veterans services. Kirilenko, who famously joined the Nets after taking less money than the market would have seemingly dictated, has completely fallen out of the Nets’ rotation and has missed the last
According to a report by Brian Windhorst and Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.com the Phoenix Suns reached out to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday regarding a trade for Kevin Love. The report once again comes from an anonymous source and states the Suns’ proposed offer is centered around a sign and trade for restricted free agent guard
Jon Krawczynskiof the Associated Press reports that the Minnesota Timberwolves and Golden State Warriors have restarted trade talks concerning Kevin Love. “Timberwolves president and coach Flip Saunders was seen talking to Warriors GM Bob Myers at the arena on Sunday as the two sides look to bridge the gaps that caused discussions to stall. The
And you thought that the Cleveland Cavaliers were done with lightning-rod debates for the summer? No, my friend, they are just getting started. During the four days since LeBron James’ letter, Twitter has been on fire with all sorts of takes on the potential for a trade for Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Love. To get a sense
With the NBA Draft less than 24 hours away, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly hitting the phones with ferocity in attempt to gauge value within the trade market. The latest comes from ESPN.com’s Chad Ford who says that the Cavs have been shopping Orlando’s draft picks—picks 4 and 12—in attempt to see what players they
Happy Monday, kids. Hope you enjoyed your Father’s Day weekend. We’ll have some Tribe talk in just a bit, but for now… With yet another dominating win, the San Antonio Spurs simultaneously thwarted the hopes of conspiracy theorists and fans of collusion with one fell swoop. Showing that team play will—more often than not—triumph over