The Cavs want to bring him back and it seems as though there are only two other teams interested in RFA Rodney Hood.
Much like the rest of Cleveland, Tyronn Lue was shocked and a bit hurt by LeBron’s decision to leave the Cavs again.
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.
The Cavs will make their fourth straight trip to the Finals. It’s LeBron’s eighth straight trip. Game 7 was fun.
Thanks to LeBron James, it all comes down to Game 7 Sunday night to determine who represents the East in the Finals.
With the series tied, 2-2, the Cavs now head back to Boston in what has become a three-game series, with two of the three games in Boston.
The Cleveland Cavaliers dominated on both ends of the floor in their 30-point win over the Boston Celtics to cut the series to 2-1.
For some reason, Ty Lue continues to give Rodney Hood minutes this postseason and it needs to stop.
The number of minutes LeBron has logged this season seem to be catching up to him. Cavs need him to work through it if they want to make their fourth straight trip to the NBA Finals.
At least it’s a best-of-seven series, right? The Cavs were embarrassed (at least in the second half) in Game 2.
With a healthy George Hill and revitalized Kevin Love, the sky is the limit for the Cavs’ offense going forward.
The Cleveland Cavaliers not only swept the Toronto Raptors, but they also beat them for the 10th straight time in the playoffs as well, eliminating the Raptors from the postseason for the third consecutive year.
After a slow start to the postseason, the efficient (and dominant) Kevin Love has returned over the last two games. Watch out, opposing big men.
Welcome back, Kevin! Continue to dominant, LeBron! The Cavs annihilated the Raptors in Toronto, 128-110, in Game 2 Thursday night.
After three DNPs in the first six games of the series, Tristan Thompson stepped up when the Cavs needed him most
A win is a win, right? The Cavs beat the Pacers, 105-101, in Game 7 to advance to the second round, where they will take on the No. 1 seed Toronto Raptors.
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.
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.
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Josh Poloha discuss the Cavs’ Game 1 loss to the Pacers in what turned into a Jeff Green hate fest.
With the Cavs’ offense needing a spark in Game 1, Kyle Korver played just four minutes. That’s a problem.