LeBron and Kyrie made some jumpers, Anderson Varejao played some solid minutes, and the Cavs got back in the win column despite a huge game from Cleveland State alum Norris Cole.
Up four points with just seconds to go, the Cavs were stunned at the buzzer thanks to an Avery Bradley three-pointer over Iman Shumpert.
The Cavs were outrebounded by 21, which set the tone for a sluggish 106-97 loss. (Also: J.R. stepped to Spencer Hawes for giving LeBron the business.)
Kevin Love blocks, Kyrie Irving dunks, Cavs win fifth straight in weird one in Indiana over Pacers.
LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Irving combined for 71 points, 17 rebounds, and 16 assists as the Cavs overpowered the San Antonio Spurs.
Kevin Love responded to his All-Star snub/exclusion with a 29-point performance in Cavs win over Detroit Pistons.
The Cavs forced the issue on offense: creating turnovers and scoring fast break points with some cinematic dunks in a 22-point win over the Phoenix Suns.
The Cavs held off a frisky Minnesota Timberwolves team to come away with a 114-107 win, the first of Tyronn Lue’s head coaching career.
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18 points & 16 rebounds for Kevin, 12 assists and 0 turnovers for LeBron, 21 points for Kyrie, 6-of-7 threes for J.R., every starter in double figures…It was a good win.
The Warriors and Spurs loom large, but for the most part Cavs GM David Griffin built the best team that he could.
The Cavs bounced back from their Monday letdown against the Warriors by preying on the weak and vulnerable Nets.
The Cavs lost by 34 points at home to a Warriors team months removed from clinching a championship in Cleveland.
The Cavs beat the Rockets handily. Was it a pretty game? No, not even close. But were there pretty highlights? Does Uncle Drew have bunions?
Cleveland Cavaliers (27-10) 95 San Antonio Spurs (35-6) 99 Box Score The last time the Cleveland Cavaliers visited San Antonio, fans were treated to the Game of the Century of the Season. Kyrie Irving scored 57 points and the Cavaliers emerged victorious against the Mighty Duncans of San Antonio in an overtime heart-stopper. After an
When LeBron only comes to your town once per year, you hope for games like the one that occurred on Tuesday night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers overcame an early 16-point deficit to win a thriller in overtime against the Mavericks in Dallas.