Larry Nance Jr.'s 'Easy' Career Night Holds New Starting Unit AfloatThe move to Nance in the starting lineup may not hold up through Tristan Thompson’s eventual return, but there is no longer a doubt of who the team’s top big is.
Dave McMenamin: Cavs Still Have Better Chance With This Roster; Kevin Love Will Make Big Difference As A "Professional Shot Maker"Dave McMenamin talks about the Cavs' most recent struggles and whether it's a long-term worry, how important Kevin Love's return will be, and J.R. Smith's latest incident.
After Preaching Simplicity, Cavs Throw Complexity At Nuggets In LossHad Devin Harris not missed a free throw at the start of the 4th quarter, the victors would have had a 50/40/90 night of their own.
Kevin Love Returns To Shooting, Not Pressing To Return Before ScheduledThe team did not alter his eight-week recovery schedule, putting Love on schedule to return March 20.
Simplicity, Effectiveness And Predictability: A Cavaliers ParadoxAfter their latest loss, Lue indicated the predictability may be better than what they have now, apparent confusion while trying to digest too much.
Cavaliers Suspend J.R. Smith For Thursday's Game Against 76ersHead coach Tyronn Lue said that Smith was set to start against Philly earlier in the day, but an incident happened following shoot around that led to the suspension.
Cavaliers Host Town Hall With Teens To Talk Goals, Dreams And LeadershipThe Cavs hosted 40 teenagers from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland on Wednesday at Cleveland Clinic Courts, holding a town hall discussion with players Jordan Clarkson, George Hill and Larry Nance Jr. as a part of their Black Heritage Celebration.
Cavaliers Combatting Their Own 'Predictable' OffenseTyronn Lue said that the team used practice and add ‘6 or 7’ sets originating at the elbow, something desperately needed with 4 new players.
Joe Vardon: If The Cavs Believe That They Will Start Love And Thompson Together, They Need To Leave Osman In The Starting LineupCleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com Cavs beat reporter Joe Vardon joined Anthony Lima and Nick Wilson to talk about the latest with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Chris Fedor: A Lot Of Newness, Still, For Cavs After Break; Lue's Rotation Management Filled With Tough DecisionsChris Fedor talks about the decision of whether Larry Nance Jr. will wear his dad's retired number, Tyronn Lue's rotational decisions, Kevin Love's injury update and more.
Brad Sellers: Cavs' Defensively Are Able To Go To Another Gear, Everybody's Pulling For EverybodyBrad Sellers talks about the Cavs' success since the trades were made, LeBron's level of play, the defensive differences and more.
Marc Spears: Fit Seems So Much Better For This Cavs' Roster, Match Up Better With Warriors Now Due To AthleticismESPN's Marc Spears talks about the Cavs' new roster, how George Hill's presence is ideal, the bench, and how it could impact LeBron's future.
Jason Lloyd: It's Pretty Clear, There's Been A Pivot Away From LeBron's Wishes Since The SummerJason Lloyd of The Athletic talks about the distance between the Cavs and LeBron, the organization's direction, and the trade deadline.
Report: Tyronn Lue's Job Safe Despite Cavs StrugglesLue, who questioned his team's effort following an embarrassing 120-88 loss to the Houston Rockets on national TV Saturday night, is left looking for answers to salvage a season that is starting to fall apart.
Rockets Blast LeBron, Disconnected Cavs 120-88Chris Paul had 22 points and 11 assists, Ryan Anderson added 21 points and the Houston Rockets became the latest team to thump Cleveland on national TV, beating the disconnected Cavaliers 120-88 on Saturday night.