Just nine games into his second tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James opened up about his heavy usage. To that point, James was averaging over 39 minutes a game, his highest playing time since the 2007-08 season. "That has to come down," James told Joe Vardon of the Northeast Ohio Media Group at the time. Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade (31 points, five rebounds, five assists) spoils LeBron James' return to Miami as the as the Miami Heat take down the Cleveland Cavaliers 101-91! Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Cleveland Cavaliers may have lost to the Miami Heat on Christmas, but the friendship between LeBron James and Dwyane Wade goes well beyond the basketball court, and one game isn't going to change that. After the game, LeBron posted...Show More Summary
NBA fans were given quite the Christmas present this season when LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers took on his former team, the Miami Heat, on Christmas Day. James and the Cavs were eager to knock off the Heat, but their explosive offense faced a tough test from a veteran Heat roster. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
MIAMI — In the months leading up to LeBron James’s first game back in Miami during his second stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers, one subplot centered on how Heat fans would behave. Should they cheer? Boo loudly? Do they deserve to do anything besides cheer? Will they even show up on time? Thousands of words were written; […]
Kyrie Irving's already had one injury scare this year. The Cleveland Cavaliers' point guard is now dealing with another one in the aftermath of his team's 101-91 loss to the Miami Heat on Thursday. Bleacher Report's Ethan J. Skolnick had the news after the game: Back on Dec. Show More Summary
The return of LeBron James to Miami may have been the biggest story when the Cleveland Cavaliers faced the Miami Heat on Christmas, but it was Dwyane Wade and company who came away with the happy ending, beating the Cavs, 101-91. Led...Show More Summary
The Miami Heat beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in LeBron James’ first game back at his former home 101-91 on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Clippers thought they had a deep bench. It turns out they were wrong. The Clippers shored up their biggest problem from last year over the offseason, signing Spencer Hawes away from the Cleveland Cavaliers. They patched up the hole which was punched with Darren Collison's departure by signing Jordan Farmar. Show More Summary
Most of the celebrities that attended Thursday’s game between the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers were playing in it, but there were a couple of famous faces courtside. British pop star Rita Ora was there, for example. Ms. @RitaOra courtside for @Cavs/@MiamiHEAT in Miami! #NBAXmas pic.twitter.com/uyfkpPfW6H — NBA (@NBA) December 25, 2014 She later posted […]
LeBron James got a loud and mixed reaction from Heat fans when he returned to Miami on Christmas Day with the Cleveland Cavaliers for the third of five nationally televised NBA games.
In his first game back at AmericanAirlines Arena since leaving the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers this past summer, LeBron James received a warm reception from the Miami crowd. There were some boos mixed in with the cheers during pregame introductions, but for the most part, Heat fans showed their former player some love. Show More Summary
After watching Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade make a play like this against his Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James may have some regrets about leaving South Beach. Late in the first quarter, Wade got the crowd hyped with a huge putback dunk over Cavaliers big man Kevin Love. Not bad for a 32-year-old with bad knees. [ YouTube ] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
There were more cheers than jeers, as Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James returned to the court where he played for the Miami Heat for four seasons on Thursday. LeBron receives a warm welcome back to South Beach on ABC! #NBARapidReplay #NBAXmas http://t.co/1SpbHVvVam — NBA (@NBA) December 25, 2014 “Well that was anticlimactic,” the ABC TV announcers […]
Cleveland coach David Blatt can relate to what Anderson Varejao is going through, because he also once went through the process of rehabilitating a torn Achilles.
In his first regular-season return to Miami since leaving the Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers this summer, LeBron James probably won't find any milk and cookies waiting for him on Christmas Day. South Beach fans just might greet him with a few boos instead. Unsurprisingly, Miami has struggled without the four-time MVP. Show More Summary
Christmas in South Beach doesn't sound so bad, to be honest. LeBron James returns to South Beach on Christmas Day for the first time since his departure over the summer as the Cleveland Cavaliers face the Miami Heat. The first matchup...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens will have one more shot to potentially clinch a playoff berth when they host the Cleveland Browns in Week 17. In order for Baltimore to make it to the postseason, Baltimore has to win its home finale over Cleveland,...Show More Summary
Anderson Varejao 's injury is, among other things, cause for the Cleveland Cavaliers to wade through the NBA's trade market faster than ever. After landing awkwardly on his left foot midway through the Cavaliers' 125-104 victory over...Show More Summary
The Miami Heat will host the Cleveland Cavaliers in a massive NBA match up on Christmas Day 2014. This will be the first time that LeBron James has returned to Miami since he departed in the close season for his old hunting ground in Cleveland, and all eyes will be on whether he can lead the Cavaliers to a win against his old team.