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Love Prevails, Cavs Thump Heat 114-84Those at shootaround on Friday were caught off guard when they heard that Kevin Love may not go that night against the Miami Heat with back spasms. Imagine their surprise when the power forward put the team on his ailing back in a 114-84 rout.
The Best Cleveland Sports Moments Of 2016Here's to the best year in Cleveland sports history, ever!
Cavs' Love, Smith Questionable Against Heat With InjuriesCleveland Cavaliers starters Kevin Love and J.R. Smith could miss Friday's game against Miami because of injuries.
Cavaliers-Heat Preview: Defense, Liggins ExcellingThe Cavaliers made progress on Wednesday against the Knicks, holding New York to 94 points, snapping a five-game streak of allowing 100 or more points to their opposition. They were 2-3 in that span, and have not lost a game this year in which they have held their opponent to double-digits.
PICTURES: Cavaliers Beat Knicks 126-94 In New YorkCheck out the pictures from the Cavs 126-94 win over the Knicks on Wednesday night
92.3 The Fan Attempts The Water Bottle ChallengeKen Carman and Les Levine can't flip water bottles like Kyrie and LeBron
Les Levine Tries (And Miserably Fails) The Water Bottle Flip ChallengeAfter the Cavaliers passed some time at the end of a blow out in New York flipping water bottles, we wanted Les Levine to try it out for himself after learning what it was.
Ken Carman And Anthony Lima Talk Cavs Beatdown Of KnicksKen Carman And Anthony Lima Talk Cavs Beatdown Of Knicks
Bored LeBron James Attempts Water Bottle Challenge During Cavs' Blowout Of KnicksPerhaps sending a message to Phil Jackson for his "posse" comment, LeBron James did not mess around as he led the Cavaliers to a 126-94 blowout of the New York Knicks on Wednesday. However, James did mess around at the very end of the game. Setting a tone right from the opening tip, the Cavs hit five 3-pointers and played tough defense to go up by 10 points after the first quarter. Scoring eight points, James was impressive in the first but he took over in the second by scoring 11 more points and helping the Cavs build a 15-point cushion at the half. Cleveland then ran away with the game in the third, scoring 29 points in the quarter. The Cavs had built such a large lead that James and Kevin Love didn't play a single minute in the fourth. Kyrie Irving did play but was only in for less than two minutes. So how did James and Irving spend their downtime on the bench in the fourth with the Cavs up by 32 points? Well, by attempting the water bottle challenge, of course.. Check out the video here. Apparently the water bottle was more of a challenge for James and his Cavs teammates than the Knicks.
James Scores 25 As Cavaliers Crush Knicks 126-94LeBron James scored 25 points, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love also surpassed 20, and the Cleveland Cavaliers crushed the New York Knicks 126-94 on Wednesday night.
Cavaliers G DeAndre Liggins To Start In Place Of J.R. Smith vs. KnicksCavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue said that DeAndre Liggins will enter the starting line-up for Cleveland against the Knicks
Sam Amico Talks JR Smith, Cavs SkidSam Amico joins the Experiment for another hour discussing Cavs basketball, including the JR Smith injury and the team's three game losing streak.

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