On Wednesday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers lost a nationally-televised matchup against the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs 92-90, and Kevin Love only managed 10 points. The All-Star forward admitted […] The post Kevin Love Still Frustrated Within the Cavs’ Offense appeared first on SLAMonline.
While sometimes surprising or all-too truthful, stats can tell us a lot about the game of basketball. The NBA is being flooded with advanced statistics and player tracking, all which give us a new look into the sport we've never before...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON D.C. — Joe Harris came to Cleveland pure of heart and free of mind. Even prior to the Cavaliers' celebrated infusion of proven talent, the soft-spoken second-round pick from Virginia hadn't been presumptuous enough to setShow More Summary
Not all is well with the Cleveland Cavaliers. There’s the 5-5 record and the mediocre 1.9 scoring differential, sure, but there’s also the grim stuff that’s undergirding it. This is a basketball team with problems. Kevin Love is shooting...Show More Summary
Nearly a month into the season, the 5-5 Cleveland Cavaliers realize they can't simply try to outscore opponents if they want to compete for a title. The Cavs must step it up on the defensive end, and the realization is that they don't have a defensive stopper on the current roster. Show More Summary
You didn't hear Joe Harris' name much in the NBA draft conversation over the past few years before the Cleveland Cavaliers took him No. 33 overall in June. He was, however, one heck of a college basketball player. Of course, we've seen...Show More Summary
Officially, David Blatt is head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. That’s what it says on the team website, and I imagine that’s also what it says on David Blatt’s paycheck. So then why was LeBron coaching the Cavs last night against the Spurs? That is a very good question. Perhaps, in his zeal to win […]
Hulk Hogan showed up to the Cleveland Cavaliers game on Wednesday night to ask the NBA audience, “Whatchya gonna do, brother,” when WWE’s “TLC” pay-per-view event rolls into town next month? He and the WWE hope the answer is buy tickets. The event, which by the way, stands for “Tables, Ladders and Chairs,” is scheduled […]
The Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night, their second loss in a row and have now fallen to 5-5 in the first season of LeBron James' return home. If this sounds familiar it is because James has been here before. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the San Antonio Spurs 92-90 in highly anticipated matchup on Wednesday night. LeBron James had an off night, scoring just 15 points on 6-17 shooting and turning the ball over five times. The fifth and final turnover is the one getting the most attention. Show More Summary
The return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers could be attributed to a number of reasons and there have been notions that the San Antonio Spurs are partly to blame. The Spurs' head coach Gregg Popovich doesn't quite sit well with those allegations. He was asked about those notions Wednesday during a practice for their game against the Cavaliers yesterday.
Down by a basket late in the fourth quarter to the defending champion San Antonio Spurs, the Cleveland Cavaliers gave the ball to LeBron James and entrusted him with the […] The post Spurs Take Down the Cavs (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
CLEVELAND — Sometimes, the difference between where two teams stand can't be captured accurately by the scoreboard or even the standings. Sometimes, it's about the expectations. It's about what each side perceives as a sign of success,...Show More Summary
Two of the NBA's most talented teams looked to find some early-season consistency on Wednesday night when the San Antonio Spurs took on the Cleveland Cavaliers. The defending champion Spurs had won four of their last five after a 2-3 start, as their offense finally started to find its rhythm. Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich knows a thing or two about basketball, so when he talks, everyone should listen to what he says. Before Wednesday night's game between the Spurs and Cleveland Cavaliers, Popovich had nothing but...Show More Summary
I’m quite certain that by the end of the NBA regular season, all will be well in Cleveland. But for the time being, the Cleveland Cavaliers are a disappointing 5-5 following a 92-90 home loss to the San Antonio Spurs that was capped off with a LeBron James turnover on the final play of the game. […]
In an early-season matchup of potential title contenders, the San Antonio Spurs beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 92-90 on Wednesday at the Quicken Loans Arena. It was close throughout, as both teams struggled to find rhythm on the offensive end. Show More Summary
Balance is important in the NBA. The star-stuffed Cleveland Cavaliers are an imbalanced team. Finding offense hasn't been a problem to start 2014-15. Even as the Cavaliers go through the offensive motions, trying to establish collective synergy, they're scoring in bunches—at the second-most efficient rate in the league, no less. Show More Summary
The Spurs beat the Cavs on Wednesday after James bounced the ball off his foot. When Manu Ginobili missed a free throw with under 10 seconds left, the Cleveland Cavaliers had a chance to take down the San Antonio Spurs in the final seconds of Wednesday night's game. Show More Summary
LeBron James and the San Antonio Spurs meet again. Months after falling to the Spurs in the NBA Finals as a member of the Miami Heat, James will seek revenge with the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night. The Spurs travel to Cleveland at 6-4, boasting the league's second-best defense. Show More Summary