Carman And Lima: The Big 3 For Game 5 of the Eastern Conference FinalsThe day after every Cavs game Ken Carman and Anthony Lima give you their Big 3 takeaways; The 3 things you need to know for your day.
WATCH: Highlights Of Cavs 135-102 Eastern Conference Title Clinching WinCleveland won the series 3-1 following a 135-102 victory Thursday night to advance to the NBA Finals for the third straight year and the fourth time in franchise history.
LeBron Continues to Outsmart Opponents More Than Dominate ThemLeBron said on Tuesday that the Cavaliers would be better in Game 5, because they knew who the Celtics were without Isaiah Thomas after about 92 minutes of action.
Cavs Crush Celtics 135-102, Advance To Third Straight NBA Finals Against WarriorsCleveland's 4-1 series' win gives it a 12-1 record this postseason and sets up a third consecutive matchup with Western Conference champion Golden State, the team it beat in the Finals last season to claim the franchise's first championship.
Lee Jenkins Says LeBron Didn't Relax With Title, "There's This Edge, And He's Going To Keep Hammering At It"Lee Jenkins talks about LeBron's level of play this postseason and efficiency with perimeter shooting now as well, why he doesn't feel that LeBron relaxed after winning another title and what another title against the Warriors would do for LeBron's legacy
Jason Lloyd Says LeBron Trusts Kyrie More Than Ever In Crucial Moments, While Kevin Love Looks 1,000% DifferentJason Lloyd talks about need for the Cavs to close out the Celtics in Game 5 to get rest for The Finals, LeBron's illness in Games 3 and 4, where Kyrie Irving's 42-point Game 4 performance ranks for him, LeBron's realization of where he's at in his career and the ongoing debate that will continue in comparisons with Michael Jordan
The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor: Kyrie Irving Is Probably The Best Finisher At The Rim, EverKevin O'Connor talks about the need for the Cavs to close the series out with the Celtics on Thursday night, whether it's possible to trust Kyrie Irving more than LeBron at the end of a game, Tyronn Lue's comments about the Celtics' offense being more difficult to prepare for than the Warriors
Cavs Remain Humble With Chance To Closeout Celtics In Game 5It took 10 games and halfway through the third round of the NBA playoffs before the Cleveland Cavaliers finally encountered their first true dose of resistance this postseason.
Bob Ryan: There Is No Comparison With The Celtics And The WarriorsSports columnist emeritus for the Boston Globe Bob Ryan joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk Cavs/Celtics game 5 and the rest the NBA.
Carman And Lima: The Big 3 For Game 4 of the Eastern Conference FinalsThe day after every Cavs game Ken Carman and Anthony Lima give you their Big 3 takeaways; The 3 things you need to know for your day.
Cavaliers Have Adjusted To 'A New Team,' On Brink Of Third Straight NBA FinalsNo one will argue that the Boston Celtics are a better team without Isaiah Thomas, at least no one sane. But the man with perhaps the highest basketball IQ on Planet Earth knows that the team minus their star player presents one difficult aspect: a different look.
Irving's 42, LeBron's 34 Pushes Cavs Past Celtics In Game 4 For 3-1 Series LeadKyrie Irving took over in the second half and finished with 42 points, LeBron James added 34 and the Cleveland Cavaliers moved within one win of an almost inevitable third date in the Finals with Golden State by rallying to beat the Boston Celtics 112-99 on Tuesday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals.