Christmas came early, yet not soon enough.
The Cavs won a tightly contested game over the New York Knicks, 91-84, which was sealed by a monster LeBron James dunk late in the fourth quarter. Up next: the Warriors in Oakland.
It seems like forever ago, but Dion Waiters was a Cavalier in 2015.
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New York Knicks (2-3) 86 Cleveland Cavaliers (4-1) 96 Box Score The Cleveland Cavaliers started slowly on Wednesday night, making it two straight games in which they were less than magnificent in the first quarter after sleepwalking through Monday’s first quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers. The New York Knicks jumped to an 11-2 lead, looking
JR Smith and Iman Shumpert returned to New York for the first time since being dealt to the Cleveland Cavaliers. While the two played a large role in the Cavs’ eventual 101-83 thumping of the Knicks (combining for 21 points, eight rebounds and 11 assists) no play will be watched more than the fourth-quarter alley-oop
Does anyone know where the NBA All-Star game was held? I couldn’t figure it out, what with the thirty-seven different songs about New York warbling out of the mouth of an ever-voluptuous Christina Aguilera. Concrete jungle never sleeps where dreams are made of you can make it anywhere state of mind. We get it. New
J.R. Smith has now played 10 games in the Wine & Gold for the Cleveland Cavaliers. In those 10 games, he has attempted a stunning 85 three-point shots. Quickly, Smith is climbing up the franchise’s all-time leaderboard in long-distance shot attempts. From the great research database of Basketball-Reference.com, here’s where Smith currently stands. Warning: The
Whenever a Cleveland team acquires a player and you don’t know a ton about him, you want to do some research. When I was searching out Iman Shumpert I came across this highlight of an Easter NBA game between the Knicks and Bulls where Shumpert’s assignment was to guard Derrick Rose for an entire game. Obviously,
It’s obviously hard to figure out how it’s all going to work out in the end, but you could have said the same thing with any lineup featuring Dion Waiters. Tim Legler of ESPN talks about the dynamics of the Cavaliers now that the trade has been made. He says that Iman Shumpert should take
Teams often have a span or two that come to mark decisive tide-turning points in the season. Fans can look back at those moments and recall, “Ahh, that’s when it all came together,” or, “Aww, that’s when it all went to hell.” These stretches of games usually become a virtually indistinguishable series of occurrences where
Kyrie Irving almost single-handedly took down the New York Knicks in front of a national audience on Thursday night. We know he scored 37 points on just 18 shots, but we also know that not all points are created equal. In Irving’s incredible run of highly efficient play, he’s mixed in an array of highlight
Brian Spaeth and Craig Lyndall were both at the Cavaliers’ home opener against the New York Knicks. This is their account of the experience of being downtown for this monumental moment in Cleveland sports history. LeBron played a basketball game and it didn’t matter The concert on East 4th street Usher’s National Anthem and the
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly “shopping” second-year guard Dion Waiters, according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard. He later expanded upon his initial tweet with an article over at ESPN.com. The rumor comes prior to tonight’s showdown against the two-time defending champs from Miami. Broussard reports, via a source, that the Cavs have spoken with the Chicago
Scott and I talked about the Cavs and the Browns and all their new moves in the media. We talked about Joe Banner and the rest too. Most importantly, we’re trying to give away tickets to a Cavs game. In order to win those tickets, you need to email craig at waitingfornextyear.com with the subject
Forward Bill Walker is the latest correspondent for HoopsHype, and he shares his experience in the first of his free agent blog posts: This is Bill Walker, formerly of the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks. I’m a free agent now and will blog about my experiences this summer here at HoopsHype. Hope you find
A sect of Cavalier fans would like their favorite NBA team to cut the engines for the rest of the season right about now (this writer has at least one foot in on that proposition). The Cavaliers were having none of that, however, as they soundly defeated the New York Knicks for the tenth straight
I’m betting this version of the New York Knicks would prefer to never enter Quicken Loans Arena again. The Knicks lost their 10th straight in The Q as the Cavaliers looked much more focused and determined against a playoff team that had plenty more to lose. Kyrie Irving shook some rust off and finished with
Let’s be honest, this is the matchup everyone’s been waiting for, right? Kyrie Irving vs the PG who puts the Lin in Linsanity. That’s right, the Cleveland Cavaliers (13-19, 10th in the East) travel to “basketball mecca” to take on the Jeremy Lin and the New York Knickerbockers (17-18, 7th in the East). The Cavaliers
Your Super Bowl MVP- Eli Manning. Scoring Summary 1st Quarter NYG – NE 8:52 New York Giants NYG SAF Safety 2 – 0 3:24 New York Giants NYG TD Eli Manning passed to Victor Cruz down the middle for 2 yard gain (Lawrence Tynes made PAT) 9 – 0 2nd Quarter NYG – NE 13:48