Box Score: Bulls 95, Cavaliers 85

Well, this was pretty much a standard Cavs vs Bulls game. That makes 10 straight losses to the Bulls and the Cavaliers were never truly in this game. Cleveland fell behind by 15 early in this one. They did make things interesting a bit midway through the 4th quarter, but the Bulls never really let

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Box Score: Cavaliers 79, Pistons 89

You knew this game would be tough to win, with the Cavaliers starting backcourt out with injuries and the Pistons playing good basketball as of late. For a while, that’s exactly what happened, with the Cavaliers falling behind by 20 points in the first half and trailing by 17 at the half. In the 4th

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Box Score: Suns 91, Cavaliers 78

The Cavaliers were playing the 2nd night of a back to back and their 4th game in 5 days. And they played like it, too. Not a whole lot to say about this one. The Cavaliers, without guards Kyrie Irving and Daniel Gibson, were simply flat from start to finish. Lost in all the gloom

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Box Score: Cavaliers 105, Suns 107

The Cavaliers were not able to sustain the fast start they got off to Friday night, falling to the Phoenix Suns 107-105. The Cavaliers jumped out to a 37-16 lead after the first quarter, but were outscored by the Suns every period there after. Dion Waiters led all Cavaliers in scoring with 23 points on

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Box Score: Cavaliers 96 Warriors 106

The Cavaliers were without two of their most important frontcourt players. Tyler Zeller is out indefinitely with a fractured cheekbone and is subject to the league’s concussion protocol. More importantly  Anderson Varejao missed the game with a sore knee. The shorthanded Cavaliers certainly missed their inside presence, as the Cavaliers dropped one to an improving Warriors team. Despite

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Box Score: Cavaliers 108, Clippers 101

The Cavaliers came out in this one sloppy, sluggish, and looking almost confused. It was an alarming start and most fans watching braced themselves for a long night. Little did we know how great of a game we were in for. Kyrie Irving absolutely willed his team to life. In a breakout 1st quarter, Irving

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Box Score: Wizards 84 Cavaliers 94

It was less than a year ago when Kyrie Irving made his forgettable Cavalier debut. Tonight, we saw what a difference experience and confidence made for Kyrie as the Cavaliers survived a Wizards 4th quarter run to come away with a big opening night win. Dion Waiters had a stellar debut, making Cavs fans forget

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Box Score: Indians 3, Rays 1

Solo homers and solid pitching were the order of the day for the Tribe. Choo, Brantley and Hafner all recorded solo bombs and Josh Tomlin pitched well. Chris Perez earned his 24th save. Scoring Summary Bot 1st: Cleveland – S. Choo homered to deep right Bot 2nd: Cleveland – M. Brantley homered to deep right

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Box Score: Indians 1, Yankees 7

In the first game of the season against the Yanks, the Indians gave up eight hits including three home runs, a double and a triple. Ouch. Justin Masterson goes against Phil Hughes tomorrow. Bot 1st: NY Yankees – R. Cano doubled to shallow right center, C. Granderson and M. Teixeira scored, R. Cano out at

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Boxscore: Indians 5, Tigers 7

Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Cleveland 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 5 11 1 Detroit 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 X 7 10 1 WP: C. Crosby (1-1) S: J. Valverde (10) LP: D. Lowe (7-4)   Scoring Summary Bot

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Box Score: Indians 4, Tigers 2

Jimenez was as good as he’s been in a Cleveland uniform, and the offense found it’s triple stroke. A big win for the Indians taking the series opener with Detroit. The pressure is squarely on the Tigers tomorrow. Scoring Summary Bot 1st: Detroit – M. Cabrera doubled to left, Q. Berry scored   Top 3rd:

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Box Score: Indians 3, Royals 6

Ugh. The Tribe dropped another one to the Royals. The Indians are off tomorrow before hosting the Twins for the weekend. Scoring Summary Bot 2nd: Cleveland – C. Kotchman singled to shallow right, S. Duncan scored, M. Brantley to third – L. Carlin grounded into fielder’s choice, M. Brantley scored, C. Kotchman out at second

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Box Score: Indians 6, Mariners 5

Reserve infielder Jose Lopez went from zero to hero in one afternoon, committing an error which would ultimately lead to a Seattle Mariners run in the fifth inning, only to hit a game-tying three-run home run in the eighth inning as well as scoring another game-tying run in the bottom of the 11th.  A Carlos

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Box Score: Indians 2, White Sox 7

Jimenez had a rough start, but so did the Tribe’s defense tallying 2 errors and a few other mistakes. Shelley Duncan ended the homer-less streak for the Indians. So we have that going for us. Which is nice.  Cleveland AB R H RBI HR BB K SB LOB Season Avg M. Brantley cf 4 0

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Box Score: Cavaliers 101, Grizzlies 109

Tough loss tonight in Memphis, but the Cavaliers shouldn’t hang their heads. Playing one of the better teams in the West, the Cavaliers hung in there for pretty much the whole game, even holding the lead for much of the first half. Kyrie Irving was simply terrific tonight for the wine and gold, scoring 25

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Box Score: Indians 1, Mariners 4

The Indians didn’t have many highlights in this one. A Carlos Santana throw from his knees to cut down a runner and a rare 8-3 double play were about it. Cunningham missed a home run by an inch or two. Shelley Duncan left the bases loaded in the sixth with just one out. That about

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Box Score: 76ers 103, Cavaliers 87

That’s more like it. It may seem funny feeling ok about a 16 point loss, but in this game the Cavaliers came out and showed some fight, taking just a 4 point deficit into the locker room at the half. Jrue Holliday went off in the 3rd and the Sixers’ talent overtook the Cavaliers, but

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Box Score: Cavaliers 77, Pistons 116

If you can’t something nice, don’t say anything at all. I should adhere to that advice right now. I haven’t been this frustrated with a Cavaliers game since Game 5 of that infamous Celtics series. But a shout out to Antawn Jamison for the 0-10 night from the field. Pretty impressive. Cavaliers play again tomorrow.

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Box Score: Magic 100, Cavaliers 84

Maybe the Cavaliers should have kept Luke Harangody around for this game, too. On paper, the Cavaliers should have had a chance in this game. With Dwight Howard already out for this game with an injury, his backup Big Baby Davis went down with injury early in this contest. That should have cracked the door

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Box Score: Cleveland Indians 13, Kansas City Royals 7

Break up those Wahoos.  This win makes it three in a row, and puts the team back to the even-water mark for the year. The Tribe finalized their weekend pounding of the Royals, a series in which they scored 32 runs.  It was three days ago when we worried about the offense, if you recall. 

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