Video: Three reasons to still have hope in the Cleveland Cavaliers

WFNY Reasons for Hope

Obviously there are more than three reasons to have hope for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but I decided to highlight just three. The Cavaliers lost a tough Game 4 in Cleveland and have to head to Oracle Arena for Game 5. The odds are stacked against the Cavaliers, but the odds have been stacked against them

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The Cavs lead 2-1 in the 2015 NBA Finals! – WFNY Podcast – 2015-06-10

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The Cavs have the lead in the NBA Finals 2-1. Brian Spaeth was at the game and I was at a bar. We discuss everything. Brian Spaeth after Game 3 of the NBA Finals Can’t sleep after a playoff game Going to the game itself was the best sporting event Brian’s ever gone to Game

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Klay Thompson: “If we get our offense back, which we will, we’re gonna win this series.”

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The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors 96-91 Tuesday night at Quicken Loans Arena to take a 2-1 series lead in the 2015 NBA Finals. LeBron James scored 40 and Matthew Dellavedova1 scored 20 for the Cavs, while Stephen Curry paced Golden State with 27, including 7-of-13 three-pointers. Klay Thompson scored 14 points in 39

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The Grit Squad: Cavaliers-Warriors Game 2, Behind The Box Score

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Cleveland Cavaliers 95 Golden State Warriors 93 Box Score NBA Finals series tied at 1-1 In the most Cleveland of Cleveland ways, the Cavaliers won their first NBA Finals game in franchise history. It wasn’t supposed to happen. No, certainly not with all of the injuries. Not on the road. Not against the greatest team

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Know Your Foe: Klay Thompson, Dangerous Long-Range Assassin

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When the NBA Finals begin on Thursday, most of the world’s eyes will on the MVPs. Stephen Curry against LeBron James. They’re the big names, the prize-winners, the superstars. But despite all of their greatness, neither had the most impressive single-game performance in the 2014-15 NBA season. Instead, that belongs to Golden State Warriors second

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NBA Finals Preview: Becoming Whole

LeBron James Kyrie Irving Tristan Thompson Cleveland Cavaliers

I‘m not normally a philosophizer, but the Internet informs me that it was Aristotle who first said “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” That’s the lasting image in my head with regard to this Cleveland Cavaliers squad, one that was dead to rights according to many against both Chicago and Atlanta, only to

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NBA Finals: The Cavs Will Win If…

Team playoffs

Before the Eastern Conference Finals, WFNY’s Jacob and Kyle played a game of “The Cavs Will Win If …” for the team’s matchup with the Atlanta Hawks. Well, the Cavs swept the 60-win number one seed in the East, obligating Jacob and Kyle to run it back once again, unwilling to tempt fate in the

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Klay Thompson diagnosed with concussion, out indefinitely

Klay Thompson Hurt

Klay Thompson took a shot to the head from the knee of Rockets forward Trevor Ariza during the Warriors’ series with the Houston Rockets. Initially it was reported that Thompson had not suffered a concussion, despite reports that he couldn’t drive himself home. That kind of thing is a calling card of concussions suffered by

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No Splash Zone: Cavs vs. Warriors Behind the Box Score

Cleveland Cavaliers Behind the Box Score.

Certain regular season games just mean more. The Cavaliers have been on an absolute roll, but many wanted to see them square up against a fellow title-contending team out of the Western Conference as a more recent measuring stick. Well, Thursday night at the Q, fans received just that as the NBA’s best team at

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LeBron, Klay, JR, and Injecting Strangers: While We’re Waiting…

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Welcome to the final Wednesday of January 2015. This winter hasn’t been that bad, right? We probably have three more months of it to look forward to, but aside from a couple bad spells, I think we’ve been fairly fortunate in Cleveland thus far. I was in South Korea this time last year and have

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Tristan Thompson will get paid—eventually

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Tristan will get paid, it’ll just be a bit before it happens.

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Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski writes about how the Cavs lost their way

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Literally minutes after the Cavaliers sealed a rare three-game winning streak on Tuesday night, Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski decided to rain on Cleveland’s parade and release an article about what he’d dug on a seemingly dysfunctional Chris Grant regime. Wojnarowski is the most well connected NBA writer out there and he tends to be the one to

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NBA Rumor: Cavs wanted Klay Thompson in 2011


Chris Grant and the Cavaliers were reportedly close to adding a third lottery pick in 2011 in shooting guard Klay Thompson. From Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon-Journal, Grant had multiple deals in place but all of them would fall through for a variety of reasons. Klay Thompson scored 16 points and shot just 5-for-16

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Cavaliers Road Trip Takes Them to Golden State

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have played 4 games this season, and sit at 2-2. In 3 of the 4 games, the Cavaliers were able to feel good about the way they played. Only in the Chicago game last week could their effort and desire really be challenged. This is a good sign for the early season.

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