Chicago Bulls (27-16) 94 Cleveland Cavaliers (22-20) 108 [Box Score] Click here to sign up for WFNY’s Cleveland Cavaliers email newsletter The Cleveland Cavaliers have certainly had more than their fair share of ups and downs so far this season. There have been some serious struggles against much lesser teams. But on Monday night, the
Whenever a Cleveland team acquires a player and you don’t know a ton about him, you want to do some research. When I was searching out Iman Shumpert I came across this highlight of an Easter NBA game between the Knicks and Bulls where Shumpert’s assignment was to guard Derrick Rose for an entire game. Obviously,
Cleveland Cavaliers: 114 Chicago Bulls: 108 (Overtime) Box Score After a disappointing opening night where LeBron James and everybody played pretty tight, the Cavaliers had an incredibly formidable task on their hands: going into Chicago against their biggest threat in the Eastern Conference and trying to come out with a win. The Bulls are
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It’s the matchup three years in the making that all of us have been waiting to see. Well, sort of. On Monday night in Chicago, Kyrie Irving and Derrick Rose will play against one another in an NBA game for the first time. That’s the good news. The bad news is that neither player is
Andrew and I got rolling and in what seemed like a few minutes, 50 of those bad boys went floating by. We talked about some business of sports by comparing it to the business of the music industry. We talked about the NBA playoffs, the Cavs, the Browns draft and pretty much everything else other
ESPN’s Chris Palmer sure thinks so. Kyrie Irving > Derrick Rose. Things done changed. — chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 9, 2013 Really feel like we’ve seen the last days where D-Rose is better than Kyrie. — chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 9, 2013 Not dissing D-Rose. Kyrie is just that good. You ain’t got League
I want to root for the Cavaliers and the Cavaliers only. I’ve stated that a lot of times over the past year. I don’t want to watch superstar matchups on TNT and crack about Craig Sager and the boys back in the studio unless the Cavaliers are playing. This season that meant that I didn’t
Whether you love him, hate him, or are just sick of hearing him yell, Skip Bayless gave Cavaliers’ rookie Kyrie Irving a huge compliment. Through Bayless’ twitter feed he had this to say about Irving- “For next 10 yrs better believe I’ll take Kyrie over DRose. Much better shooter, passer. Little quicker but not as
Once again, a point guard matchup will be the focus of all eyes. Kyrie Irving, #1 pick, Rookie of the Year candidate, and hope of a rebuilding franchise squares off with Derrick Rose, former #1 pick, former Rookie of the Year, and former hope of a rebuilding franchise. The Cleveland Cavaliers (13-20, 10th in the
In the ever-growing arena of “maybe last year’s draft class wasn’t as bad as we thought” mea culpa-type of pieces, ESPN Scouts Inc.’s David Thorpe discussed the year-to-date play of NBA rookies. Though Minnesota’s Ricky Rubio wasn’t a part of the 2011 NBA Draft, the individual who presently stands at the top is. Per Thorpe:
Oof. Cleveland fans, this was not a good showing by the Cavaliers. Kyrie Irving got the Cavs started early with 11 quick points. It was all downhill from there as the Cavaliers shot 30% while allowing the Bulls to have their way in the paint. Chicago finished shooting 55.4%. Oh, and Derrick Rose didn’t play.
The Cleveland Cavaliers (6-7) officially kick off the most brutal part of their schedule Friday night when they host the Eastern Conference leading Chicago Bulls (13-3) to the Q. This game is naturally being billed as the first showdown between Derrick Rose and Kyrie Irving, a pair of young PGs who will be playing a
[Derrick Rose] is a great point guard, the best probably in the game, [but] it’s just another game. I’m not really facing Derrick Rose. I’m facing the Chicago Bulls. It’s the Cleveland Cavaliers versus the Chicago Bulls. That’s what I’m looking forward to. – Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving on Friday’s opponent Derrick Rose and
It all comes down to this. Win or go home. Who wants it more? These cliches and many others like them, while annoying, are to be expected frequently today from television pundits everywhere. Whenever Game Seven’s emerge, like today’s when Memphis travels to OKC for a winner moves on tip at 3:30, these are the things people say to describe the event. All true
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Golden State interested in Mike Brown: “Meanwhile in Oakland, a source with knowledge of the Warriors’ search said that former Cleveland coach Mike Brown and
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at email@example.com. Nice work, Travis: “On Friday night, in front of a packed house at Progressive Field, a rarity so far in this magical season, the
On a night when MVP hopeful Derrick Rose comes to town with the Eastern Conference-leading Chicago Bulls, Quicken Loans Arena will have a sold out crowd on hand to celebrate a man who will not even step foot on the court. Well, at least during the course of the game. Joining the greats like Mark
In typical Cavaliers fashion, a powerful first half performance against the streaking Chicago Bulls fell apart with a disastrous third quarter. And just like that, a 23-point turnaround in 12 minutes led to yet another loss for Cleveland by a 100-91 final score. Anderson Varejao, Mo Williams, Daniel Gibson and Joey Graham all missed the