Kyle discusses why Thanksgiving is the best holiday, the Manziel benching, Ohio-State Michigan, and the Mirror Lake jump.
The Cavs’ assault on the record books continues.
Coming to terms with OSU-MSU and trying to make sense of J.R. Smith
Orlando Magic (6-8) 103 Cleveland Cavaliers (11-3) 117 Box Score Some of the most well-read basketball scholars of our generation (read: a random Reddit user) maintain that before Kevin Love was a professional basketball player and Kevin’s father Stan Love played in the NBA and Kevin’s uncle Mike Love co-founded the Beach Boys, Kevin Love’s
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.
Ready for one of the more bizarrely penned police blotter stories?
Cavs, Cavs, Cavs and some Knicks with Yahoo’s Dan Devine.
Milwaukee Bucks (5-7) 100 Cleveland Cavaliers (9-3) 115 Box Score The Cleveland Cavaliers hosted the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday seeking retribution for Saturday’s double-overtime loss that ended their eight-game winning streak. It was Hardwood Classics night at Quicken Loans Arena, which is apparently an excuse to celebrate the Miracle of Richfield and turn the arena
If it looks like LeBron James has been playing off of the ball more this season, it’s because he has.
The 8-3 Cavs should have their true starting five in roughly one month’s time.
The defending champs are undefeated yet LeBron James thinks its the Cavs who are playing as if they’re entitled to wins.
The Cavs have lost two straight…does it matter?
Cleveland Cavaliers (8-3) 99 Detroit Pistons (6-5) 104 Box Score It was only a few days ago that the Cavaliers were boogieing down the highway, doin’ the mess around to eight straight wins and their best start in decades. But they lost sight of the road lip-syncing to the radio and playing the dashboard piano
Grumpy Byron is hardly a brand new phenomenon
Hi faithful readers of WFNY. Welcome to Tuesday of the bye week. Did you guys have a good week since last Tuesday? I did. Other than Sunday, of course. So let’s start right there with the Browns. I know, I know, I know. I should be leading off with the Cavaliers. I’m a basketball guy,
Cleveland Cavaliers (8-2) 105 Milwaukee Bucks (5-5) 108 (Double OT) Box Score Well, it had to end at some point. The Cleveland Cavaliers probably weren’t going to go 81-1. After losing the season opener, the Cavs went on a nice eight-game winning streak to fill Cleveland with some good, warm, fuzzy feelings about this season’s
Cleveland Cavaliers 90 New York Knicks 84 [Box Score] It won’t be remembered as the prettiest game ever played, but the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to grind out a come from behind win in New York against the Knicks on Friday night. The Cavaliers had a solid enough first quarter, but for the rest of
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
This time, Drew is joined by Skinny Walt, Pedro and Louis. Check out the full six-minute feature.
LeBron James made himself a little midseason purchase: a $21 million home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.