Kevin Love and 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 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 Cleveland Cavaliers celebrated their 10th straight playoff win to begin the 2016 NBA playoffs. It also garnered a record (and a bath) for their first-time head coach, Tyronn Lue.
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.
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
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.
Looking to join in the Lil’ Kev craze? WFNY has your own, printable version of the Kevin Love alter ego as promoted by Richard Jefferson’s Snapchat feed.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are a different team this year and they’re proving they’re worth believing in.
Despite a great effort from the Hawks, the Cavs completed the sweep on Mother’s Day behind eight threes from Kevin Love, giving the Cavs 77 threes in the series.
The NBA chronicled all 61 threes made by the Cavs through their first three games against the Atlanta Hawks. WFNY has the video.
The Cavs broke the record for three-pointers in an NBA playoff game. Then they broke the record for most threes in any NBA game. Cavs 2, Hawks 0.
A fourth quarter run saved the Cavs from the embarrassment of losing a game they led the majority of, giving them a 1-0 series lead over the Atlanta Hawks.
Want to listen to even more about the Cavaliers sweeping the Detroit Pistons? Chris Clem and Dave Sterling have you covered.
The Cavs won a squeaker in Detroit 100-98 behind 31 points from Kyrie Irving to clinch the series against the Pistons and advance to the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Kyrie Irving (26 points), LeBron James (20), and Kevin Love (20) played one of their best combined games as the Cavs beat the Pistons in Detroit, 101-91.
Prince is gone…
LeBron got riled up and the Cavs hit 20 threes as they took a 2-0 lead over the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
The Detroit Pistons were red hot from three-point range in Game One of their playoff matchup with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but it wasn’t enough.