CLEVELAND — Some Finals quick-hitters as we get ready for Game 3 between the Cavaliers and Warriors on Wednesday.
Our own Spencer Davies discusses his latest column, goes in-depth in Games 1 &2 and shares what adjustments the Cavaliers need to make in his interview with the Armchair Athlete on WCSB.
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Our own Spencer Davies joins Jon Bozeka on 1480 AM WHBC in Canton to discuss what went wrong in Oakland and why the Cavs still have a shot to kick it into gear.
Pondering the Cavaliers’ 104-89 Game 1 loss to the Warriors one day after has me firmly in the “Cavs gave one away” camp.
It’s the Cavaliers. It’s the Warriors. It’s the Finals. It’s great basketball and we should all be happy.
If there was ever a time to wonder if the Cavaliers need a tough guy, well, this is it.
The last time the Cavaliers played the Warriors, the Warriors won by 34 points. It felt like 134.
Jeff Hornacek doesn’t really have an opinion on the triangle offense. To him, it seems, it’s just a name.
Notes from Cavaliers practice on Tuesday, May 31.
Random dribbles on the Cavaliers’ embarrassment of a 110-77 loss to the host Warriors in Game 2 of the Finals.
Warriors owner Joe Lacob has talked confidently, some might say arrogantly, about his team for much of the season.
RICHFIELD, Ohio — Former Cavaliers majority owner Gordon Gund will sell his remaining share of the team, according to a report from Crain’s Detroit Business.