In our second installment of past sporting contests that got way out of hand, remember when the rangers scored 30 runs? Or, when the Cavs beat Miami by 68?
Jimmy Butler reportedly told the Cavs he wants to stay in Chicago, but let’s take a step back. What makes Butler a better fit for the Cavs than Paul George?
Kevin Love is playable when he’s hitting his 3-pointers and dominating the boards. But in three of the five NBA Finals games, he was very much a liability.
Lots of folks had fun hating LeBron James for a while. Lots of folks still do. As for Kevin Durant, he’s not even worthy of that.
Why doesn’t Dwyane Wade chase another ring, you ask? Well, there’s 24 million reasons as to why. Besides, what’s he worth on the open market at this point?
We don’t know if Chris Bosh will ever play another NBA game, but we do know he’s a free agent. Several teams would be interested, so why the Cavs?
Kyrie Irving is already a Cavs legend, but is he destined for even greater heights? Let’s take a look at where he is already, and perhaps where he’ll be.
Cleveland is being destroyed by Golden State right now, but especially when LeBron is sitting. So now it’s time to pick an extreme and stick with it.
Warriors-Cavs, Part III should be a decimation. But if it’s not, that’s because LeBron is the single greatest basketball player that has ever lived.
On Tuesday, we tackled what the Cavs were going to attempt when they had the ball. Today, it’s all about the Golden State offense. What can we expect?
Cleveland’s offensive statistics have been so ridiculous this postseason, you may not believe them. So, what can they do to try to beat the Warriors?
The NBA Finals is approaching, and for the third straight season it will be the Warriors facing off against the Cavs. But which team has more to lose?
Boston took Game 3 Sunday night, so, hooray…? That just means we’ll have to wait one game more to get to the Finals. So how can we make this interesting?
The Cavs have spent so much money recently, that they won’t even be able to create actual max cap space. But there are still a few things to keep an eye on.
The Cavs just ran through two mediocre opponents in 8 games. But that’s just it: they were mediocre, and Cleveland still has plenty of work to do.
LeBron James definitely isn’t going to win the NBA MVP Award this season, but that doesn’t mean he’s still the league’s best player.
Forget about the triple-double. The player James Harden was in the regular season provided more value to his team than anyone else. That makes him MVP.