LeBron Turns Sacramento In December Into Chicago In May
Wade, Love, James Lead Surging Cavaliers Over Bulls 113-91Dwyane Wade and Kevin Love each scored 24 points, LeBron James had 23 and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Chicago Bulls 113-91 Monday night for their 12th straight win.
Rose Returns To Cavaliers To Resume Rehab On Sprained AnkleThe Cleveland Cavaliers announced today that Derrick Rose is returning to the team to resume rehab for his sprained left ankle.
Three's Arrive, Though Cavaliers Still Waiting On DefenseHead Coach Tyronn Lue did not even let media get a question in post-game before criticizing his defense.
PICTURES: Cavs vs. Bulls Preseason GameCheck out the pictures of the Cavs starting five in action for the first time at the Q against the Bulls on Tuesday night.
Jason Lloyd: It's Asking A Lot To Ask Dwyane Wade To Come Off The Bench, But He Does Help Close The Gap On Golden StateJason Lloyd of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with all the latest on the Cavaliers and the acquisition of Dwyane Wade.
David Kaplan On Dwyane Wade: I'll Be Very Surprised If He's Not On This Team When The Season StartsDavid Kaplan talks about the Bulls' trade of Jimmy Butler, whether Dwyane Wade could get bought out by the Bulls, and the Cavs' future.
Bulls Trade Jimmy Butler To TimberwolvesThe Wolves paid a big price to land Butler. They gave up a rising star in Zach LaVine, and Kris Dunn, last year's No. 5 overall pick.
Report: LeBron James And Kyrie Irving Reach Out To Jimmy Butler About Playing For CavsAccording to this Chicago Sun-Times report, the noise of a possible Jimmy Butler to Cleveland trade picked up steam on Tuesday.
Report: Cavaliers Working On Multi-Team Trade For Jimmy ButlerButler is a 3x All-Star, made the 2017 All-NBA team, is a 3x All-Defensive team member, and won the 2014-15 Most Improved player award.
Craig Ehlo: LeBron James Is Still ImprovingFormer Cavs guard Craig Ehlo joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk Cavs of the past and present.
Carman And Lima: Could The Finals Be The Defining Series For LeBron?LeBron James passed Michael Jordan as the all-time playoff scoring leader last night and is the only player in NBA history to lead two different franchises to the NBA Finals four different times apiece, so just like we have for the last few weeks (or months...or years) Ken Carman and Anthony Lima debate who is the best of all-time.