The Cavs’ assault on the record books continues.
The Golden State Warriors are off to one of the greatest starts in NBA history. They’re not only 10-0, but they’re defeating opponents by an average of 17.1 points per game. They look like an unstoppable force thus far. And reigning MVP Stephen Curry is off to an unfathomable start himself. Curry is currently shooting
Jiri Welsch! Dexter Pittman! From Cleveland to Miami and back again, a look at who has sent the most helpers LeBron’s way.
With the Cleveland Indians continuing their struggles hitting with RISP1 , there has been an added emphasis among analysts and fans to uncover how much of their struggles are luck versus skill. In particular, there has been an emphasis on the amount of hard hit balls. However, there is a possibility that focus is on
Not all is completely lost for the season with the Cleveland Indians and their 31-35 record. Of course, with the team’s starting pitching, anything might be possible down the stretch of the final 96 games. But one key might just be better situational hitting. For years, folks in the sabermetric community have railed against stats
The 2014-15 Cleveland Cavaliers are better with Kevin Love on the floor. That is because Kevin Love is an All-Star player. Yes, before the season many thought of Love as a top-10 NBA player. That’s likely no longer the case. But as we’re seeing now with the lack of Cavs frontcourt depth, Love is quite,
As the Cleveland Indians begin another series against the dreaded Detroit Tigers, I felt it was worthwhile to check in on the Tribe’s struggles against their divisional rival and compare it to the rest of the league. To rehash old memories, here’s the head-to-head record over the last 13 seasons: 2003: 12-7 (.632) 2004: 9-10
For a while now, fans of the NBA’s Eastern Conference have circled the back-to-back games between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics as a potential swing vote for the playoff race. After game one on Friday, we can already see how the seeding might be shaping up. There aren’t too many sites out there that
Yesterday was a Sunday (never forget) and J.R. Smith went 8-for-17 from the three-point line. So of course I’m back with an update to my tongue-in-cheek running joke of a WFNY Stats & Info in-depth analysis of Smith’s three-point record chasing. Let’s get onto the stats. Most career three-point attempts in Cleveland Cavaliers franchise history:
I can’t ever recall a dichotomy quite like this. The base support for this year’s Ohio State men’s basketball team has been lukewarm at best. A team some thought to be a top-20 contender languished for most of the season, stumbled into the NCAA tournament, and landed a No. 10 spot opposite 7-seed Virginia Commonwealth.
Suddenly, it’s been a month since my last tongue-in-cheek J.R. Smith three-point update. As you can see in the WFNY Stats & Info collection, I’ve been blogging occasionally about Smith’s rapid ascension up the Cleveland Cavaliers record books for long-distance attempts. After hitting six threes on Sunday, here’s a detailed status check for where he
LeBron James had another record-breaking performance on Tuesday night, surpassing Scottie Pippen for the most assists all-time by a frontcourt player in NBA history. With his 11 assists in the victory over the Detroit Pistons, LeBron now has 6,142 for his career. That’s the 27th-most all-time. To commemorate the occasion of the Akron native becoming
In the background to his All-Star All-Style victory, J.R. Smith continues to make damages to the Cleveland Cavaliers record books. In just 20 games with the Cavs, he’s already shot up the leaderboard in three-point shots attempted. Here’s a look at exactly where Smith stands in Cavs history: 38. Andre Miller – 200 39. John Bagley –
It’s been a busy offseason for the American League Central Division. After the Kansas City Royals advanced to the World Series, cellar-dwelling division mates Chicago and Minnesota pushed their payrolls up over $100 million with splashy free agency signings. And, of course, Detroit and Cleveland each won 85-plus games again last year. So how does
The second-quarter outburst from Kevin Love in Sunday’s win over the Lakers at first seemed to be the turning of the tide for his disappointing Cavaliers season. But after post-game comments from LeBron James, the relationship with Love and this team continues to be on the hot seat. This ongoing controversy pushed me to look
He might have cooled off last week, but that hasn’t stopped J.R. Smith from still taking a ton of three-point shots for the streaking Cleveland Cavaliers. Now in 14 games in the Wine & Gold, the former Knick has attempted 113 threes. It’s a pretty impressive performance, as I first started tracking last Monday. Smith is
J.R. Smith has now played 10 games in the Wine & Gold for the Cleveland Cavaliers. In those 10 games, he has attempted a stunning 85 three-point shots. Quickly, Smith is climbing up the franchise’s all-time leaderboard in long-distance shot attempts. From the great research database of Basketball-Reference.com, here’s where Smith currently stands. Warning: The
WFNY’s Andrew Schnitkey already wrote the Behind the Box Score for Monday’s 118-111 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. But I thought I’d chime in this morning with a few additional stats notes on just how impressive the Cleveland Cavaliers offense was last night. The Cavs had a 128.0 offensive rating, per NBA.com/stats For context,
It’s no secret that the Cleveland Cavaliers were not a good basketball team with since-departed Andrew Bynum on the court. Heck, they obviously haven’t been good overall with their 12-23 record, but it was particular awful with the current free agent. In Bynum’s 480 minutes, the Cavs had a -11.3 net efficiency rating per 100
Luol Deng, 28 years old, represents a tremendous upgrade at small forward for the 11-23 Cavs. He’s a back-to-back All-Star scoring the most points in his career this season. He’ll take away minutes from Alonzo Gee et al in the team’s rotation. While the future ramifications of this move are up in the air, here