“When’s the schedule coming out?” This was a text I received every few days since LeBron’s return to the Cavaliers. For weeks and weeks, many have been on edge. No official announcement came at first – the NBA had been said to want to delay the release to closer to mid-August. Finally, there was news.
For the fifth-consecutive year, the Cleveland Cavaliers will open up the year at Quicken Loans Arena as they will play host to the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday, October 30 as the two open up their respective 2013-14 seasons. Marquee-type highlights of the home schedule include two visits each from the Miami Heat, New York Knicks
With the Cavaliers’ celebratory win over the Los Angeles Lakers having been short-lived following their second-half free fall in Indiana, there are several causes of concern. For starters, this marks the sixth-consecutive time this season where the Wine and Gold have dropped the second half of back-to-back stints. A heart-breaking buzzer beater in Milwaukee coupled
The Cleveland Cavaliers are officially back in the national spotlight. Sure, it’s only one nationally televised game on ESPN, but after a year of getting blanked by the ratings-hungry, the Wine and Gold (read: Kyrie Irving) will grace flat panels across the country when they host the Chicago Bulls on December 5, 2012. This broadcast, coupled
The Cleveland Cavaliers may currently not be under contract, but they have officially been made aware of where they will be playing in the event that the current lockout is lifted before the start of the regular season. Though the NBA will officially tip off one night prior, the Cavaliers will once again open up
Sitting at 16-7 on the season, there are many ways you can come up with excuses for the Cleveland Cavaliers thus far this season. The big Shaq-uisition would definitely be up on that list, and as linked to in WWW this morning, Stepien Rules had a pretty solid list of other reasons with the schedule.
Almost three weeks ago, Rick penned a piece titled “Up for Grabs” that discussed the then near future of the Cavaliers and Celtics. Two teams that were not only combating injuries, but considerably difficult schedules as they long to achieve the very coveted No. 1 seed in the Eastern conference playoffs. After the Cavaliers lost to
Given tonight’s big game against the Toronto Raptors, I thought I would look into when the Cavaliers have been actually losing at any point in a given basketball game. By now, we know the results of the last month of basketball. But when you take a look at how dominant this team has been, there
Back-to-back games. On the road. Against a top-tier team. The stars were aligned last night for the 9-2 Cavaliers to become the 9-3 Cavaliers. Last night’s loss to the Pistons was frustrating given our double-digit lead going into halftime. But unlike the majority of the games that lead up to yesterday, the wine and gold