Friday morning after a Cavaliers victory is the perfect time to talk about, well, the Cavaliers and the band Tonic.
A look at all of the storylines from the Cavs’ sweep of the Atlanta Hawks in addition to their use of virtual reality within their app.
Despite a great effort from the Hawks, the Cavs completed the sweep on Mother’s Day behind eight threes from Kevin Love, giving the Cavs 77 threes in the series.
The NBA chronicled all 61 threes made by the Cavs through their first three games against the Atlanta Hawks. WFNY has the video.
The Cavs broke the record for three-pointers in an NBA playoff game. Then they broke the record for most threes in any NBA game. Cavs 2, Hawks 0.
A fourth quarter run saved the Cavs from the embarrassment of losing a game they led the majority of, giving them a 1-0 series lead over the Atlanta Hawks.
LeBron James dominated and Kyrie Irving dazzled as Cavs beat the Atlanta Hawks and secure the top seed in the Eastern Conference.
LeBron James passes Oscar Robertson in career points and the Cavs hold on in overtime against the Atlanta Hawks.
It’s been a long, awkward year, but with the playoffs in sight, LeBron James is saying the team has enough to make a title run.
Anderson Varejao hit a game-winning three-pointer once. Let’s watch it as we mourn the trading of a fan favorite.
A confident Cleveland Cavaliers side jumped all over the Atlanta Hawks in the first half and kept them at arm’s length in the second, using a combination of offensive ball movement and defensive industry to coast to a 109-97 victory.
Literally partying like it’s 1999
Richard Jefferson dunked on a 7-footer, LeBron took a selfie, Mo and J.R. sank some shots, and the Cavs reserves made it close down the stretch.
A day ago, the San Antonio Spurs were looking to clear salary cap space in an effort to make room to sign former Trail Blazers star LaMarcus Aldridge. The Cavs looked like a potential trading partner, armed with Brendan Haywood’s contract, which the Spurs could immediately write off. Some combination of Patty Mills, Boris Diaw,
(Note: The broadcast will start at 8:30 PM Eastern) This is our second take on the Spreecast here at WFNY and Andrew and I couldn’t have a better topic. We’ll be talking about the Cavs unlikely sweep of the Hawks. Really, who thought the Cavs would sweep the Eastern Conference Finals? We’ll also be discussing
“What you did for this team and for this city coming back the way that you did … thanks for all that you do,” said Cleveland Cavaliers head coach David Blatt to LeBron James late in his team’s Game 4 series-clinching victory over the Atlanta Hawks. I don’t know about you, but I would have said the
Atlanta Hawks – 88 Cleveland Cavaliers – 118 Cavs win series 4-0, advance to NBA Finals Box Score Congratulations, Cleveland! You did it! Well you didn’t really do that much. But you sort of did. It’s hard to say why we follow sports, or at least do so with so much zeal. Ostensibly it’s about
The final score rarely tells the entire story, but the Cleveland Cavaliers won Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals due in large part to their late-game defensive effort and execution. In the final eight minutes of the game, they secured several key stops, any one of which not occurring could have flipped this game
The Cleveland Cavaliers are now up 3-0 on the Atlanta Hawks, plus we’ve seen a bunch of movies lately, so it was time to talk about it all with Brian Spaeth. Cavs take Game 3 Why can’t we get any Timofey Mozgov time at all? Stopping Jeff Teague and nothing he can do Dirty Delly
The Cavs’ phrase for this year’s playoffs is “All In” and the Cleveland area is trying to take it to heart, it would seem. TNT is reporting some really big numbers from the third game of the Eastern Conference Finals, and the epicenter of the big numbers is in Cleveland. According to Turner Sports PR