Did the “he’s an African” scouting report on Luol Deng come from Cleveland?
Bye, Twitter. — Spencer #Ouch
Connoisseur of the buffet? Fan of the game of football? Do I have the deal for you.
LeBron James and Kevin Love are on short-term deals, but ESPN.com believes that the two All-Star forwards will be in Cleveland for a very long time. In their latest “Future Power Rankings”—forecasting NBA teams through the 2016-17 season, the four-letter network gives the Cavs the No. 2 slot (70.85) behind only the San Antonio Spurs (71.25).
One week into Josh Gordon’s season-long ban and it appears his potential reinstatement is no longer up for debate.
From Markus Wheaton to Marques Colston: Welcome to the NFL, Justin.
QBR: Where we strive to be at least average.
Everybody’s doing it!
What a way to start off the week…
Talk about metaphors. Here’s Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown delivering a right foot to the face of Cleveland Browns punter Spencer Lanning that would make Liu Kang blush. Brown was flagged 15 yards for the penalty, and will likely draw a fine for the play, but the Steelers still scored on the drive and
Jimmy Haslam reportedly blocked a trade of Josh Gordon to San Francisco
Johnny Manziel is Johnny Football is Johnny Cleveland.
Whether you play video games or not, this LeBron James “Homecoming” video is pretty sweet.
Kyrie Irving takes a tough fall at the end of Team USA’s win over Ukraine.
Like. A. Boss.
Hey, you. Yeah—you. Looking to buy a new car or truck?
In all it’s neon green glory, the LeBron 12 in “Dunkman” form.
Apparently, Johnny Manziel is a “juvenile punk.” Huh.
The Cavs are one of a few teams to use that awesome in-arena projection technology throughout the 2014-15 season.