Dion Waiters’ return to Quicken Loans Arena did not go well on multiple fronts. First the Cavaliers beat the Thunder 108-98. Secondly, and maybe most importantly to him, he finished with just 14 points.
LeBron James scored 25 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers put on a dominant performance by routing the Charlotte Hornets 129-90 on Friday night for their fifth straight win.
LeBron James scored 25 points to go with 9 assists and 6 rebounds in 26:37 on the floor while J.R. Smith added 21 and Kyrie Irving scored 18 more as the starters got to watch the final 12 minutes from the bench.
Chris Fedor on Cavs: “Seems Like They’re Having Fun and They Believe That They’ve Got a Team Capable of Making Some Noise”
Chris Fedor talks about the recent storyline on Johnny Manziel, the Cavs’ four-game win streak heading into Friday’s game against the Hornets, the change in the team’s approach during the win streak and the lineup going forward…
LeBron James may have been selected as an All-Star starter, marking his 11th consecutive All-Star Game appearance, but the Cavaliers star believes he should not be Cleveland’s only representation in the matchup between the East and West on February 15.
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.
Isiah Thomas, NBA TV Analyst And Hall Of Fame PG: “I Expect Greatness From Kyrie, He Has The Talent And The Package
Isiah Thomas, NBA TV Analyst and Hall of Fame PG shares his thoughts on the current NBA style and the Cavaliers working through some issues.
Ethan Skolnick Says LeBron “Clearly Needed the Break”, J.R. Smith’s “Gonna Have to Be” Big Part of Playoff Run
Ethan Skolnick talks about the Cavs’ four-game win streak, the improvement lately with the additions of Timofey Mozgov, J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert, the players getting used to David Blatt’s style and if there are still issues that exist and the importance of Kevin Love’s role…
Chris Fedor Says “LeBron Has Taken On the Initiator Role”, Cavs a Different Team Since Last Matchup With Jazz
Chris Fedor talks about the latest on the health of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, the back-and-forth between Gordon Hayward and LeBron, the confidence level with players gaining trust in David Blatt and the opportunity to stay on the right track…
LeBron James was back on the floor Wednesday morning after missing Tuesday’s practice with flu-like symptoms. He will play Wednesday night against the Utah Jazz while guard Kyrie Irving is listed as probable for the game.