A major member of the Cavaliers Finals run last season has been officially welcomed back to the fold for another two seasons.
Chris Fedor & Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com talk about Kyrie Irving’s recovery this offseason and what might be happening with Tristan Thompson.
The Cavs have reportedly finalized a deal that’s been in the making since LeBron James’ first tenure with the team.
A person familiar with the decision says free-agent forward J.R. Smith has agreed to re-sign with the Cavaliers.
A reasonably priced house, a new Maserati, a new boat, and a LeBron James tweet. What do these things have in common?
The 2015 Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers make their much anticipated 2015-16 season debut this October with a starting lineup of seven preseason games. The Cavs preseason presented by Discount Drug Mart features three games in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena and two games on the road in Philadelphia and Toronto. In addition, two #AllForOhio games will be played in Cincinnati and Columbus presented by MusclePharm Combat Crunch.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will open the 2015-16 NBA season at Chicago on Oct. 27 and travel to Golden State on Christmas in an NBA Finals rematch.
NBA reporter Sam Amico of Amico Hoops joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the Tristan Thompson ultimatum, whether the Cavaliers should call his bluff, why he’s not worried about Thompson’s contract effecting LeBron, and more.
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Richard Jefferson is the latest in a long list of star players to join the Cavaliers after their prime.