The streak has pushed the wine and gold to 28-20 and just 2 games behind Chicago for the fourth slot in the conference. They are now 4 1/2 out of the No 2 seed currently held by Toronto as well.
Cavs Beat: 92.3’s Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the Cavaliers big win over Portland behind Kyrie Irving’s career night, the lack of effectiveness Kevin Love has been displaying, and more.
LeBron James is out for Wednesday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers and is doubtful for Friday night’s game against Sacramento.
Two weeks after being thought of as dysfunctional and in disarray, the Cavaliers have won six straight games and are climbing in the standings.
Former NBA center Brad Sellers joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss the resurgence of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the impact of David Blatt and the newest additions to the roster, what could still be added to this team, and what we’re seeing from a revitalized LeBron James.
Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Dennis Manoloff joined Baskin & Phelps w/ Les Levine Friday to discuss why he’s finally excited about the Cavaliers and their success being real, and more.
Indians starter Corey Kluber added another trophy to the case Thursday night.
Tom Withers of the Associated Press joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the Browns coaching staff addition of new OC John DeFilippo, what Ray Farmer will need to do over the offseason, especially with draft picks and the quarterbacks, why Brian Hoyer could be back, and his thoughts on the Cavaliers.
Monday night the Cavs finally gave the world a glimpse of what they’re capable of by running the Bulls out of Quicken Loans Arena in front of a national TV audience.
It’s hard to say you have given yourself a chance and hard to say you have seen things through after 39 games marred by injury and roster overhaul.