Cavs, Cavs, Cavs and some Knicks with Yahoo’s Dan Devine.
The rare occasion when King James chooses to go by “Prince”
The world wants to get in the way of your enjoyment of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Don’t let it!
When the Cavs pass the ball, good things happen.
Dude, what’s with the hair?
GIFs? We talkin’ about GIFs??
Can the Cavs break on through with the Big Three in Year 2?
“LeBron James hype video” is all you need to say.
Maybe Kyrie Irving won’t be out until the calendar hits 2016.
“So, LeBron James, Steph Curry and Chris Paul walk into the Four Seasons…” It might sound like the start of a very good joke—or of a very big-budget commercial—but it actually happened on Monday in Las Vegas, when members of the NBA Players Association gathered for summer meetings at the Four Seasons hotel. Notably in
After helping the Golden State Warriors clinch a championship win on Tuesday night, forward Andre Iguodala was named NBA Finals MVP—the first player to do so after not starting a single game during the regular season. Iguodala, who finished the Finals with averages of 16.3 points, 4.0 assists and 5.8 rebounds, received 7 of 11
It started the minute we stepped onto the L train from Midway. It was hot. Cramped. My friends and I piled into the overly crowded car, suitcases in hand. Hanger (that’s hunger-induced anger) was setting in, and patience was wearing thin. A man in Spongebob swimtrunks and mismatched socks noticed my friend’s blue and orange
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I’ve been pretty obsessed with the fact that the Cleveland Cavaliers are underdogs. They don’t have home court advantage and their injuries are legitimate, and there’s a sense that they weren’t tested during their road through the East. Still, they’ve played excellent basketball and have the most experienced superstar left in the NBA playoffs, so
What do you remember about those 48 points LeBron James scored in Game 5? Think hard. It was eight years ago, after all. I’m sure plenty of people remember that LeBron James scored 29 of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ final 30 points1 on that fateful night against the Detroit Pistons. But think harder. What else do
Dwight Howard has nothing to do with Cleveland sports and due to the fact that his team, the Houston Rockets, trails Golden State 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals, he probably won’t for this season. That said, Dwight Howard was involved in a play against Andrew Bogut that was eerily similar to the one that
The Cleveland Cavaliers are now up 3-0 on the Atlanta Hawks, plus we’ve seen a bunch of movies lately, so it was time to talk about it all with Brian Spaeth. Cavs take Game 3 Why can’t we get any Timofey Mozgov time at all? Stopping Jeff Teague and nothing he can do Dirty Delly
A few weeks ago, I used 31 NBA postseasons worth of data to test the clichéd hypothesis that prior playoff experience is important to success in the NBA playoffs. I asked the questions, “Does playoff experience matter?,” “How much does it matter?,” “Is playoff experience the only thing that matters?” and, “While we’re at it, does anything really
As we get ready to kick off the Cleveland Cavaliers’ pursuit of the Larry O’Brien trophy on Sunday afternoon at The Q, I wanted to cover one last theme before the Cavs and Celtics tip-off. At times, the Cavaliers get a little excessive when it comes to switching on high ball screens involving a guard
Although it feels unfamiliar after a four-season hiatus, Cleveland Cavalier fans are starting to see players at home and across the NBA start to limber up their playoff bodies. LeBron James starts to post up more at the expense of some of his more ill-advised three-point heaves; Dwyane Wade mulls more bizarre and experimental Dr. Frankenstein-like treatments on his bad knees;