The Cleveland Cavaliers bounced back in a big way in crushing the Toronto Raptors 116-78 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
It’s not a fun topic right now, but hopefully some sane Cavs talk with Brian Spaeth will help salve the wounds of losing two straight in the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cleveland Cavaliers suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of a streak. Is this just another Cleveland sports thing, or is it something serious?
The Cavs bring a tied series back to Cleveland after overcoming an 18-point deficit, but letting a late lead slip away to the Toronto Raptors.
Will LeBron James need to go into 2007 Game 5 mode?
The Cavs may have lost a game to the Raptors, but Richard Jefferson puts it all in perspective as the NBA Playoffs roll on.
Dahntay Jones earned a one-game suspension for his hit on Toronto’s Bismack Biyombo. Will Draymond Green earn the same?
For the first time in the 2016 playoffs the Cleveland Cavaliers lost a game, falling to the Toronto Raptors 99-84 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cavs are gunning for a tittle, but Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden says a Super Bowl would rule The Land.
The Cavs improve to 10-0 in the 2016 playoffs behind a triple-double from LeBron James and another efficient scoring night from Kyrie Irving.
Based on the results from the preceding series, Kyle observes what’s worked for the Cavs, and how they may strike at the Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Dave and Dylan finally decided to grace us with their presence long after the Cleveland Cavaliers have started the playoffs. They recycle a bunch of Canada jokes about the Raptors.
The Cavs scored 66 points in the first half, building an insurmountable lead that the Toronto Raptors were unable to overcome in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are heavy favorites against the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals, so there’s nothing to worry about. Right?
One was an All-Star and the other is the better point guard.
As LeBron James considers the future of his time in the NBA, the four-time MVP says his retirement will be up to his children.
23, 22, 18, 20, 23, 28, 17, and 22. No those are not the number of three pointers made by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first eight games—though they do not seem too outrageous to be. These eight numbers are actually the points allowed by the Cavs defense in the fourth quarter. Throwing out Game 2
Cavs guard J.R. Smith is the most recent subject in VICE Sports’ ride-along video series. To no surprise, he has plenty to say.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are winning because they’ve started to play as a team. But they may also be winning because coach Tyronn Lue knows a thing or two about being a bad m——f—–, and his team is taking notice.
David Griffin may not have been the best executive in the NBA, but for him to finish seventh is a bit of a head-scratcher.