CLEVELAND — If you can't be an NBA superstar, the next best thing is to play next to one. The superstar dunks, you whoop and holler. He hits a buzzer-beater, you give him a chest bump...
by: Robbie Stratakos — Fansided: Sir Charles In Charge 6 Jun
Trae Young and Collin Sexton are intriguing prospects, but the New York Knicks must resist the urge to draft a point guard with the No. 9 overall pick in t...
by: GateHouse Media Ohio — Canton Rep 6 Jun
Bye, bye Kyrie (Aug. 22)In a trade that might be analyzed for years to come, things that had only been murmured about behind the scenes came to fruition as the Cavaliers traded all-star point guard Kyrie Irving despite the misgivings of coach Tyronn Lue..
LeBron James is dominating the Warriors but can't beat them, and Cavaliers have few options for help
by: Joe Vardon, Cleveland.com — NOLA 5 Jun
LeBron James remains on fire, personally dominating this vaunted Warriors team like no other. But Lue and LeBron also know the answers are few and options limited to address the bigger picture -- James is playing great but the Cavs just can't break...
by: Zach Cronin — The Basketball Network 5 Jun
The perception of Rodney Hood has taken a considerable hit since joining the Cleveland Cavaliers, yet it’s hard to imagine teams passing on him this summer.
by: Sam Penix — Cavs Nation 5 Jun
After a 122-103 pounding at Oracle Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers head back to the Q down 0-2 to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. The Cavs didn’t play as well as they did in Game 1, but they weren’t bad, the Warriors were just much better....
by: Joe Vardon, Cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 4 Jun
The one thing Quinn Cook doesn't have, he said, is any ill will toward the Cavs for not granting him the opportunity the Warriors are providing now.
by: Jason Reed — Fansided: LA Sports Hub 4 Jun
The Los Angeles Lakers own the 25th and 47th overall selections in the 2018 NBA Draft and should be looking for one common trend: experience. The Los Angel...
by: Alex Putterman — The Comeback 4 Jun
Steph Curry launched an off-balance 3-pointer in front of the Cavs' bench, Kendrick Perkins didn't move a muscle, and the Warriors were not pleased.
by: Nico Martinez — Fadeaway World 4 Jun
So, one of The King's most defining characteristics on the basketball court is the notion that he makes the players around him
by: Brad Stevenson — Fadeaway World 3 Jun
If the Cleveland Cavaliers somehow manage beat the Golden State Warriors and win the NBA Finals this year, Lakers point guard Isaiah
by: Kevin Pelton — ESPN 3 Jun
LeBron James makes his teams better, but how about his teammates? Kevin Pelton looks at what happens when players become members of LeBron's supporting cast.
by: Colton Jones — Amico Hoops 3 Jun
It took a while, and for his longterm future, at least in Cleveland, it might have came too late, but Rodney Hood gets it. When Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue called Hood's number with 2.6 seconds to play and down 10 points in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on...