Last night against Phoenix, fans finally got a look at how impressive a fast-paced Cavs team can potentially be.
As the NBA trade deadline approaches, it's clear the Cavs don't have any reason to deal Kevin Love.
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LeBron James has been immersed in controversy since the Cleveland Cavaliers elected to fire head coach David Blatt last week. Tonight against the lowly Phoenix Suns, James took out some frustration with this monstrous slam he put back after J.R. Smith tossed it up for him off the glass.
Tyronn Lue is making a dramatic shift in the Cavaliers' style of play, and it may take a while for the team to finally get used to the changes.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have Kyrie Irving as their starting point guard, but that doesn't mean Irving is the only point guard with talent.
Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin has suggested Kevin Love is not on the trade block, but here are five teams that could make a deal if that is just a public facade.
Guarding a healthy Kyrie Irving is a challenge for anyone, but Tayshaun Prince got put on spin cycle Monday night.
It's great to see Kyrie Irving back healthy and playing at an elite level once again. This evening against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Irving put veteran SF Tayshaun Prince on skates with this devastating crossover, and followed the amazing move by nailing the three like a boss. People have said some crazy things about the Cleveland Cavaliers since they were ransacked by the Golden State Warriors at home recently, but don't be surprised when they're looking like they have a shot to win a ring by the end of the season.
A DeMarcus Cousins for Kevin Love swap would only hurt the Cleveland Cavaliers' chances of winning the 2016 NBA Finals.
Based on last night's performance against the Chicago Bulls, it's going to take a lot more than firing David Blatt to get the Cleveland Cavaliers back on track.