The Cleveland Cavaliers are below.500 on the season. Defensive and chemistry problems have been glaring issues for the Cavs. Head coach David Blatt was brought in to implement his style of offense, yet that has not worked out, with unusual...Show More Summary
It’s been a disappointing start to the 2014-2015 NBA season for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Cavs superstar LeBron James has no problem taking all of the blame for Cleveland’s early season struggles. “We got a four-game losing streak, so I stink,” James said after shootaround Monday prior to the Cavs’ game against the Orlando Magic. Show More Summary
Riding a four-game losing streak, the 5-7 Cleveland Cavaliers don’t resemble anything close to the world-beaters most predicted them to be this season. LeBron James continues to be self-critical — […] The post LeBron James Blames Himself for the Cavs’ Struggles: ‘I Stink’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have recalled center Alex Kirk from their D-League affiliate Canton Charge, the Cavaliers exclusively owned and operated NBA Development League team, Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin announced today. Kirk has played in three games (all starts) for the Charge this season with averages of 23.7 points on.483 shooting, 9.7 rebounds and 2.0 [...]
The 5-7 Cleveland Cavaliers have gotten out of the gates slowly this season, and LeBron James thinks a lot of it has to do with the team’s overall effort. James […] The post LeBron James Says He Needs to Play Harder appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have begun the 2014-15 campaign just 5-7 overall, prompting questions about head coach David Blatt 's adjustment to the NBA game. Blatt, a Boston-area native, has spent the past 30 years overseas as a player and coach. Show More Summary
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are now 5-7 after getting busted up by the Toronto Raptors on Saturday. LeBron did not have the best time! Read more...
The Cleveland Cavaliers got blown out 110-93 by the Toronto Raptors at home on Saturday night, falling to 5-7 on the season. They've now lost four-straight games. On Sunday Cavaliers beat writer Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon-Journal...Show More Summary
It’s only late November, so there’s no reason to go to Defcon, but, 12 games into the season, the Cleveland Cavaliers are in a delicate condition after dropping their fourth straight game. Which is a nice way of saying that their leader, LeBron James, called them out after the team dropped to 5-7 with a […]
The Raptors came back from an early deficit to roll the Cavaliers in Cleveland Saturday night. Raptors fans -- who seemingly numbered many at an arena 500 miles from their home base -- made themselves heard at the end of the game: (via...Show More Summary
A lot has been said about the Cleveland Cavaliers' early-season struggles, as the most scrutinized team in the NBA has gotten off to a mediocre 5-7 start. It's obvious this team is still a work in progress, and that was evident during the Cavaliers' 110-93 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Saturday. Show More Summary
After Cleveland's fourth straight loss, LeBron called out the mental makeup of his team -- and said things could get worse. The Cavaliers lost 110-93 to the Raptors Saturday night, Cleveland's fourth consecutive loss. The loss dropped the Cavs to 5-7. Show More Summary
From day one, everyone—LeBron James, David Blatt, fans and media alike—knew the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers were in for quite the learning process. Few thought the curve would be quite so sharp. The Cavs dropped their fourth straight game Saturday night, succumbing to the streaking Toronto Raptors, 110-93. Show More Summary
The slumping Cleveland Cavaliers dropped their fourth straight game to the red-hot Toronto Raptors, 110-93, Saturday night. Cleveland got off to a fast start, but Raptors guard Lou Williams scored a career-high 36 points to rally his team to a fourth consecutive victory. Show More Summary
The Cavs dip to two games below.500 with a blowout loss to the Raptors. A week ago, The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Atlanta Hawks for their fourth-straight win. The Cavs sat at 5-3 and appeared to finally be settling in after some earlier season struggles. Show More Summary
Let's check in on LeBron James and the sub-.500 Cleveland Cavaliers and -- ohhhhh, he's not too happy. The 5-6 Cavaliers are trailing 91-75 to the Raptors and will soon be the 5-7 Cavaliers. And LeBron James is -- well, see for yourself. Welp.
The Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors (10-2) will look to hand the Cleveland Cavaliers (5-6) a fourth straight loss when the clubs clash at Quicken Loans Arena Saturday night. Following Friday night's 91-78 loss to the Washington Wizards, the Cavaliers are trying to right the ship. Show More Summary
Kevin Love is struggling so far this season but the blame might not be entirely his The Cleveland Cavaliers' Big Three was supposed to go through growing pains. All three of Kyrie Irving, LeBron James and Kevin Love have been outspoken about the challenges they are facing while adjusting to play together. Show More Summary
Wall and the Wizards are among the East's elite and the Cavs aren't, plus three other things we learned Friday night. The Washington Wizards scored 11 points in the fourth quarter of a marquee game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. And they still won. Show More Summary
John Wall scored 28 points and the Washington Wizards upended the Cleveland Cavaliers, 91-78, in a potential playoff preview at the Verizon Center on Friday night. The Wizards led by double figures for most of the second half, leading...Show More Summary