The Cavs lost to the Chicago Bulls on Saturday and Kyrie Irving took the blame following his four turnovers and slew of dribbling.
Discussing the Cavs’ first game against the Bulls, the anticipation of the NBA season, and brainstorming last-minute Halloween costumes.
It’s an 0-1 start for the Cavs, as the Chicago Bulls withstood a late rally to hand the wine and gold a 97-95 defeat in the season opener.
The last time Cavs fans saw Rose, he was leaving the United Center floor following a Matthew Dellavedova 19-point explosion in the second round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. In fact, Rose’s Chicago Bulls have been sent packing four times in the last six years by a LeBron James-led oppoenent. With the Bulls hosting James
The NBA released its 2015-16 season schedule on Wednesday evening. The Cleveland Cavaliers will begin their Eastern Conference title defense on October 27 at the United Center against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls will be looking to exact revenge for a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Cavs in the second round of the
“Obviously we don’t get this win without 13 and 17 from this guy [pointing at Thompson] and 19 [pointing at Dellavedova] and just how in-tuned they were from the start,” declares LeBron James about the importance of Tristan Thompson and Matthew Dellavedova to the Cleveland Cavaliers in their Game 6 victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Cleveland Cavaliers 94 Chicago Bulls 73 Box Score Cavs win series, 4-2 There was no doubt that the Cavs were going to get all Chicago could give them in Game 6 at the United Center. The Bulls are a proud outfit, and they were playing perhaps their last game under head coach Tom Thibodeau. There
In advance of Thursday night’s Game 6 between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls, WFNY and WKYC teamed up once again to discuss the most recent events as well as what to look forward to for the rest of the series. Topics of discussion include: LeBron James’ massive night Kyrie Irving surprising everyone with his
In Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Cleveland Cavaliers took their first series lead, lead by LeBron James’ 38 points without a single turnover. After falling behind 8-0, James got going—and did not stop. Of his 38, 24 came in the first half as he worked to establish his game from the inside-out rather
You’re toeing the free throw line, your right foot just ahead of your left. You receive the ball from the baseline official, harness it within in your left hand and take a deep, shoulder-raising breath. You let it out, then transition to ball from your left hand to your right, bouncing it three times before
Many accused the Cleveland Cavaliers of gaining a split through the first four games of this series largely with smoke and mirrors. It seems like everyone has been either out of the lineup or slowed due to injury. In Game 5, however, the 1-2 punch of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving returned to the wine and
The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Bulls in Game 5 to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Semi-finals, but not before some fireworks went off. In the fourth quarter with the Cavaliers holding a ten-point lead, Matthew Dellavedova got tied up with Taj Gibson throughout a play. Ultimately Gibson pushed Delly to the floor,
Given that both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls are dealing with a plauge of injuries heading into Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, it’s worth checking in on both rosters before tipoff and totaling up a body count. Earlier on Tuesday, WFNY’s Kyle suggested that “the Cavaliers’ team injury report should just read, ‘Strained,’” as
Before LeBron James’ spectacular game-winner in Game 4, one that bailed him out and prevented multiple offensive fouls late in the game from haunting the Cavaliers, another fourth quarter force emerged. For the second straight game, J.R. Smith gave the Cavaliers a scoring lift in the final period, and without it, the Cavaliers likely would
The Cleveland Cavaliers started the playoffs looking like the offensive juggernaut advertised at the start of the season; or at least a stylish impersonation of a dominant basketball team. What do you want? A hundred points? No problem. Outlet passes that lead to emphatic dunks? Yawn. Three-pointers? Kevin Love (a power forward mind you) can give
The Cleveland Cavaliers tied up the series 2-2 in dramatic fashion when LeBron James nailed a game-winner as time expired in Chicago. Back in Cleveland, a huge number of Cavs fans were huddled together in the Q, watching the game on Dan Gilbert’s ginormous arena television. It is well worth watching the reaction… You know…
Cleveland Cavaliers – 86 Chicago Bulls – 84 Series tied 2-2 I assure you that two weeks before Sunday afternoon’s Cavs-Bulls game was April 26, though it feels much longer ago. The Cleveland Cavaliers were up 3-0 against the Boston Celtics in the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, and were playing their best
There will be lots and lots of things to say about the Cleveland Cavaliers and their victory in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semi-finals, but for now, this video does all the talking. The Cavaliers didn’t play particularly well and by many accounts didn’t do enough to win the game. In the end though,
The Cavaliers, despite the struggles from their All-Stars in Game 3, had a great chance to steal homecourt back from the Bulls. Derrick Rose and his banked three at the buzzer made sure that did not happen. However, I feel that it’s a good sign that the wine and gold’s role players and defensive gameplan
The Cleveland Cavaliers were off their offensive game in Game 3. With Kyrie Irving’s bad wheel and LeBron James battling turnover issues, not even J.R. Smith’s fourth quarter sharp-shooting could pull the Cavaliers through this game. In the end, Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose executed in the fourth quarter, and Rose’s long, banked three-pointer over