LeBron James exercised his opt-out clause and will be a free agent. He is expected to re-sign with Cleveland, but who knows what will actually happen. There are a lot of teams with needs out there.
Kevin Love is going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as he announced in a story he wrote for the Players' Tribune,. ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst reports the big man has agreed to a five-year deal worth $110 million. Love exercised his player option with the Cavaliers on June 24 by opting out of the remaining $16.7 million in his contract for 2015-16. Show More Summary
As the Inquisitr reported last week, Kevin Love opted-out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers in order to sign for more money, be it with the Cavs, or any one of the other 29 NBA teams. The Los Angeles Lakers were rumored to...Show More Summary
Kevin Love announced Wednesday that he would return to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2015-2016 season in the only way that is apparently socially acceptable for an NBA superstar anymore: a first-person blog post. “I’m going back to Cleveland,” Love wrote in the first sentence of a letter published on The Players’ Tribune. Show More Summary
After much talk about the future of Kevin Love, who had opted out of his contract with the Cavaliers last month, the player has put rumors to rest. On Wednesday, he confirmed he’s “going back to Cleveland” in a short essay on The Players’ Tribune. “After Game 1 of the NBA Finals, that’s when it […]
One of the Lakers' free agent targets came off the market on Wednesday.
Kevin Love said he was committed to the Cleveland Cavaliers. He said it over and over and over, despite near-constant reports about said commitment wavering. The All-Star forward stayed true to his word Wednesday, announcing on the Players'...Show More Summary
Kevin Love is re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers on a long-term contract. After months of speculation that he would leave Cleveland or at least sign a short-term contract which would allow him to be a free agent when the salary cap explodes in 2016, Love will return to Cleveland on a five-year, $110 million deal, ESPN's Brian Windhorst reports. Show More Summary
In a post on the Players’ Tribune, free-agent forward Kevin Love announced that he will be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. Read more...
The Cavaliers are forking up to keep one of LeBron's favorite players in Cleveland for a long time. Restricted free agent Tristan Thompson and the Cleveland Cavaliers are nearing agreement on a deal worth "in excess of $80 million," according to ESPN's Marc Stein and Brian Windhorst. Show More Summary
After lots of drama, we have an answer on Kevin Love. He is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to Kevin Love. Reports say it's a 5-year deal. The post Kevin Love Announces He’s Returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers appeared first on SLAMonline.
The former All-Star big man is returning to Cleveland. Free agent forward Kevin Love announced he will be re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers. In a first-person essay for The Players Tribune, Love said he has "unfinished business"...Show More Summary
In late-breaking NBA news, a source close to the Cleveland Cavaliers has leaked what appears to be a list of free-agency demands sent from LeBron James to team owner Dan Gilbert. Inexplicably written in red Comic Sans, the email arrived in Gilbert's inbox Wednesday morning, according to our source. Show More Summary
Created by /u/noise_filter (aka proxyrax) on 6/29/15 Michael Jordan seemed to hover through the air during his game-winning shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1989. The Shot (so famous it has its own Wikipedia page) seemed to confirm that Jordan was superhuman, not bound by the normal rules we all abide by, like gravity and hubris. Show More Summary
Would Kevin Love leave the Cleveland Cavaliers? He may not have had a dream season with them, taking a back seat to LeBron James and Kyrie Irving and then watching the team enjoy success without him throughout most of the 2015 NBA playoffs, but he was still their third best player this season and surely [...]
Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love has set up a meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers this week, according to ESPN reporter Chris Broussard. Although Love opted out of his contract with Cleveland and officially became a free agent today, sources close to the 26-year-old say he's likely to re-sign with the Cavs. Cavaliers [...]
Apparently, LeBron James doesn’t always get his way. James reportedly told Cleveland management that he wanted Chicago Bulls forward — and unrestricted free agent — Mike Dunleavy Jr., on the Cavaliers’ roster for next season. Free agent I'm hearing that LeBron James would love the Cavs to sign: Chicago's Mike Dunleavy — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) […]
When it comes to free agency, there is, without question, no team more interesting than the Cleveland Cavaliers. Rebuilding giants like the Los Angeles Lakers and teams that seem ready to gamble it all like the Houston Rockets are worth a look, sure. Then there are the Cavaliers, a team with LeBron James and Kevin Love as free agents. Show More Summary
The flurry of post-draft free agent movement continued early this week as the Cleveland Cavaliers added four more players to their upcoming Las Vegas summer league roster. The four additions are Duke’s Quinn Cook, North Carolina State’s Trevor Lacey, BYU’s Tyler Haws, and Jerelle Benimon of the D-League’s Idaho Stampede. Show More Summary
The rugged point guard is a popular man at the start of free agency. Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley is drawing plenty of interest at the onset of NBA free agency. The New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Sacramento Kings...Show More Summary