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.
Kevin Love scored 27 points, Kyrie Irving had 23 and the Cleveland Cavaliers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 91-87 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night.
Cleveland’s starting center tore his left Achilles tendon on Tuesday night in a win over Minnesota, an injury that will cost him the rest of this season and will force the Cavs to look for immediate help up front.
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Thursday 12/18: Cavs Blown Out By Hawks, LeBron/Kyrie, Browns’ Training Camp
Bull & Fox talk about the Cavs’ blowout loss to the Hawks, whether this team can still win 50 games, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving’s reaction in the locker room after the game and the future of training camp for the Browns…
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Wednesday 12/10: Cavs’ Win, ‘Lil John’ Rinaldi in Cincinnati, Pettine on Manziel
Bull & Fox talk about the Cavs’ 105-101 over the Raptors on Tuesday night behind LeBron’s 35 points, Lil John Rinaldi’s appearance at Marvin Lewis’ press conference courtesy of FOX 8 and Mike Pettine’s press conference talking about naming Johnny Manziel the starter this week…
David Blatt knew who he was going to start at center on Tuesday night. He just wanted to hold on to the secret for a bit longer.
Cleveland Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao will miss Saturday’s matchup with the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena due to a rib contusion.
The Court Report for Monday night’s contest between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Orlando Magic at Quicken Loans Arena.
One of the biggest storylines going into Wednesday’s 92-90 Cavaliers loss to the San Antonio Spurs was the heavy workload being carried by the Cavs “big three” early in the season. Going into Wednesday LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love ranked third, fourth and fifth respectively in minutes-per-game league-wide. (James 39mpg, Irving 38mpg, Love 37mpg)
The October 31 deadline for the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign Tristan Thompson to an extension came and went — meaning the Cavs will be unable to lock up the 22-year-old to an extended deal until he becomes a restricted free agent on July 1, 2015 — but the fourth-year forward says he is only focused on the biggest positive to come out of Friday’s game: A win over the Chicago Bulls.