LeBron and Kyrie made some jumpers, Anderson Varejao played some solid minutes, and the Cavs got back in the win column despite a huge game from Cleveland State alum Norris Cole.
Kevin Love responded to his All-Star snub/exclusion with a 29-point performance in Cavs win over Detroit Pistons.
Very happy to be back this week after having a week off to move my business. Now that I’m settled in, I feel like I can get into the groove of 2016. So While We’re Waiting…
The Warriors and Spurs loom large, but for the most part Cavs GM David Griffin built the best team that he could.
Some Cavs fans let this ruin their summer. Kind of silly in hindsight.
Strictly business—for now.
The two-man unit of Matthew Dellavedova and Tristan Thompson have been on the best in the NBA thus far. WFNY takes a look at their lethal pick-and-roll game.
Kevin Love did it all in the Cavs’ home opening win over the Miami Heat.
LeBron James is merely the fourth-best franchise player according to 538’s projections.
Tristan Thompson’s contract negotiations weren’t always pretty, but everybody won in the end.
Kid wasn’t just eating Tim Hortons all summer—though that does sound delicious.
Tristan Thompson is back with the Cavs, plus Johnny Manziel and Coheed and Cambria.
The Cavaliers paid Tristan Thompson and Matt Moore of CBS discussed that plus a lot more.
And in a very gold room!
Johnny Manziel is back in the news for the wrong reasons.
Stop the charade of leverage and just pay Tristan Thompson whatever.
When the qualifying offer deadline passed, the $80 million offer went with.
ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and Grantland’s Zach Lowe spent a whole half hour talking Tristan Thompson Tuesday. Let’s dive in.
There’s subtle, and there’s LeBron James.