Despite the Cavs insisting they won't move Kevin Love, we're once again hearing major trade rumors as Thursday's deadline nears.
After struggling with consistency, it's starting to look like Kyrie Irving is back to his superstar ways.
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant was nearly traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 for LeBron James.
On Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers made a fourth-quarter comeback against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but ultimately lost 120-111. Unfortunately, along the way, rookie point guard D'Angelo Russell was struck in the groin by an errant pass at the hands of LeBron James, and ended up on the floor in quite a bit of agony as any man would. Thankfully, after leaving the game for a few minutes, Russell was able to return.
Though Brian Windhorst claims the Cavs are interested in trading for Kyle Korver, it's tough to believe this deal would actually take place.
As the season moves along, it's evident Tyronn Lue should have been given the keys to the car before the season even started.
Cleveland Cavaliers center Timofey Mozgov is listed at 7-foot-1, but he couldn't get enough elevation to avoid a rejection by the rim and finish what looked like an easy dunk.
While the Cavs had been playing better basketball as of late, this past week has proven they still aren't championship contenders yet.
Kyrie Irving is obviously very talented, and but this spin move to get open for a jump shot taught a Boston Celtics player not to be overly aggressive when closing out.
The Cleveland Cavaliers brought Kyrie Irving along slowly after his recovery from a broken knee cap, but it is time to let him play more.