NBA Releases 2014-15 Schedule: Cavs Open Season At Home Against Knicks, Tied For Most Nationally Televised Games
The Cleveland Cavaliers will open the 2014-15 campaign presented by Discount Drug Mart on Thursday, Oct. 30 against the New York Knicks at Quicken Loans Arena in a nationally televised game on TNT. It marks the sixth consecutive year the Cavs will kick off the season at The Q where they will play 16 weekend home dates comprised of five Friday games, four Saturday games and seven Sunday games.
Cleveland Cavalier fans have been waiting to find out who LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the rest of the wine and gold will open the season against.
Andrew Wiggins told Kansas coach Bill Self that he wants to be traded from Cleveland to Minnesota because the No. 1 overall pick believes it will be better for his long-term future.
The reported Kevin Love trade from the Minnesota Timberwolves to the Cleveland Cavaliers, a deal that cannot be made official until August 23 – the one month anniversary of Cleveland’s signing of first overall pick Andrew Wiggins, has seemingly become a formality away from shaking the league to its very core.
LeBron James is home. It appears he is here to stay.
LeBron James will play his first preseason game with the Cavaliers at home before he faces his former team, the Miami Heat, in Brazil.
The Cleveland Cavaliers today released their 2014 preseason schedule, which is highlighted by the NBA’s second game ever in South America.
Bull & Fox with Anthony Lima with “Give It To Me Again” part two after the reports of Kevin Love to Cleveland, joining forces with LeBron and Kyrie…
Chris Mannix talks about the Cavaliers’ deal to acquire Kevin Love, Love being told by Minnesota that he’s being traded to Cleveland, Andrew Wiggins’ upside and “special talent”, why the other free agent additions have made this a championship-caliber…
Bill Livingston of the Plain Dealer joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the report that Kevin Love is coming to Cleveland, the leverage LeBron brings to the team to add pieces, and more.