November 3, 2003
Richard Jefferson dunked on a 7-footer, LeBron took a selfie, Mo and J.R. sank some shots, and the Cavs reserves made it close down the stretch.
Melting hearts, one fan at a time.
He’s so darn cool.
Behold: The “Quest”
ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and Grantland’s Zach Lowe spent a whole half hour talking Tristan Thompson Tuesday. Let’s dive in.
Last year’s Wine and Gold Scrimmage was about meeting the Cavs for the first time. The 2015 version was about saying hello all over again.
There’s subtle, and there’s LeBron James.
Mo: “We’re together to win a title. That’s all that matters.”
It was truly only a matter of time.
Following the first day of the Cleveland Cavaliers training camp Tuesday, point-forward LeBron James, guard Mo Williams, power forward Kevin Love, head coach David Blatt, and general manager David Griffin met with the media. As expected, much of the discussions were about Iman Shumpert’s wrist injury, Year 2 of the (second) LeBron era, as well as the
Anything that makes LeBron James faster and more explosive is OK in our eyes.
The Cavs are coming, and not a moment too soon.
“LeBron James hype video” is all you need to say.
To borrow from Kellen Winslow, the Cavs are pissed, man
LeBron’s “only” a 94 due to a new, Hall of Fame-based ratings system (Delly’s hustle is a 97).
WFNY’s dispatch from this year’s festivities.
The max air pad in the heel of every LeBron 13 says it all: LeBron James, Akronite. Billed as the unveiling of Nike’s 13th signature shoe of the four-time NBA MVP, James and his Family Foundation filled the auditorium in Akron’s E.J. Thomas Hall to officially kick off the 2015-16 NBA season with a not-so-subtle reminder that
Well, hello there good people of WFNY. I hope this finds you well. Typically, these Monday morning While We’re Waiting…s expound a bit on whatever the Cleveland Browns did a day earlier while mixing in some brief—very brief—commentary on the Indians. But given that the NBA season is officially upon us and I tend to
You come at the king, you best not miss