LeBron did not let this one live long. Earlier in the week, the New York Daily News’ Frank Isola reported that a rumored potential trade between the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers centered around Kevin Love had expanded to include the New York Knicks in a move that would send Anthony to the Cavaliers for players […]
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love is once again the subject of trade rumors with the NBA's trade deadline set for Thursday, but LeBron James isn't buying the notion that his teammate will be on the move. When asked about a new rumor...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics have reportedly discussed a potential three-team trade that would send power forward Kevin Love to Boston, per Frank Isola of the New York Daily News. The third team involved in the proposal...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers, New York Knicks and Boston Celtics have reportedly held "very preliminary discussions" about a three-team trade that would send Kevin Love to Boston, Carmelo Anthony to Cleveland and Timofey Mozgov to the Knicks...Show More Summary
An ESPN report revealed that the Los Angeles Lakers offered Kobe Bryant to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for LeBron James in 2007.
At 38-14 entering the All-Star break, the Cleveland Cavaliers are stuck somewhere between pretty good and the NBA's elite. They've remained atop the Eastern Conference for nearly the entire first half, yet a talent gap most certainly...Show More Summary
NBA trade rumors suggest the Cleveland Cavaliers are targeting several key players. The latest NBA trade rumors involving the Cavs link the team to Kyle Korver of the Atlanta Hawks, Ben McLemore of the Sacramento Kings, Trevor Ariza of the Houston Rockets, and Jared Dudley of the Washington Wizards. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly interested in trading for Houston Rockets wing Trevor Ariza. Continue for updates. Ariza Could Be Strong Addition for Cavs Thursday, Feb. 11 Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com (via Matt Moore of CBSShow More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers were apparently in the middle of a blockbuster deal in 2007, when they intended to trade LeBron James for Kobe Bryant.
Current Cleveland Cavaliers head coach and former Los Angeles Lakers point guard Tyronn Lue recalled a notable moment he shared with Kobe Bryant.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James passed Los Angeles Clippers forward Paul Pierce for the 15th spot on the NBA's all-time scoring list during Wednesday's 120-111 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, per NBA.com/stats. Pierce started...Show More Summary
An American-Canadian Party Soundtrack With Cleveland Cavaliers DJ Steph Foss.
For the second straight season, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly looking to make a midseason trade to aid in their quest for a championship. With a week remaining until the deadline, they've apparently zeroed in on Sacramento Kings...Show More Summary
Wednesday night’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers was not exactly a barn-burner—the Cavs jumped out to a 17-point lead in the first quarter and took the contest, 120-112. The game was the last one for both teams prior to the all-star break, which must be a welcome sight, especially for banged-up players […]
Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love’s latest shoulder injury appears to be very minor, fortunately. Here’s ESPN.com reporting: Cavaliers forward Kevin Love exited Cleveland’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers late in the first half on Wednesday with a left shoulder contusion and did not return. It is the same shoulder Love dislocated in the first round of the [...]
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly eager to sign Kyle Korver from the Atlanta Hawks.
Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue is not worried about the speculation that he schemed behind the scenes to get the position of head coach, saying that people spoke negatively even about Jesus.
I wonder how long it took these four Cleveland Cavaliers fans to coordinate their in-game ‘stand & dab’ for Wednesday’s contest between the Cavs and Kobe Bryant’s Lakers. However long that may be, it was time well wasted. Check it out: Hat Tip – [Bleacher Report]
After playing his final game in Cleveland on Wednesday night, Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant gave the Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James something to remember the occasion. His game-worn shoes, complete with a message and an autograph. Show More Summary
It's time for the All-Star break. The Lakers obviously need it. Kobe Bryant's last trip here didn't produce many memories in a 120-111 loss Wednesday to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It didn't seem like a fair fight with Kyrie Irving scoring 35 points and LeBron James adding 29 for the Cavaliers while...