Cavaliers Stay Unbeaten With 128-122 Win Over CelticsLeBron James scored a season-high 30 points and the reigning NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers stayed undefeated, beating the Boston Celtics 128-122 on Thursday night.
NBA 2016-17 Season Preview: Eastern ConferenceThe 2016-17 NBA season tips off October 25. Preview the Eastern Conference elite, contenders, on the rise and rebuilding teams.
Robb: Don't Buy In To Reports Connecting Celtics To J.R. SmithThere’s a pretty strong reason you shouldn’t buy into this rumor or get your hopes up if you are a Celtics fan.
Report: Ray Allen Interested In Comeback With Warriors Or CavaliersTwo years of retirement apparently hasn't dampened the taste for more postseason action for Ray Allen.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: June 20th-June 24thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
LeBron James Basically Bashes Kevin Love While Trying To Praise Kevin LoveEven when he's trying to praise a teammate, LeBron comes off as a bit of a jerk.
Cleveland Browns Leeching On Cavaliers' Championship, In Dire Need Of Reality CheckThe Cleveland Browns need to take a deep breath and realize that they haven't won anything.
Stephen Curry Is Not LeBron James... YetStephen Curry is still the prince of the NBA hardwood. He's just not ready to be king. Or King James.
LeBron James Wears Ultimate Warrior Shirt, 'Kermit Sipping Tea' Hat Upon Arrival In Cleveland The champs are home in Cleveland, and LeBron James is slamming his foot on the gas pedal in the trolling game.
Warriors' Collapse Sets Sports World Aflame With Hot Takes And Bad ComparisonsIf there's one thing that sports has always given us, it would be the ability to concoct the most cockamamie concepts of comparisons.
Is Kyrie Irving Getting Enough Credit For The Cavs' Game 7 Win?LeBron James made the block heard 'round the world, but Kyrie Irving made the big shot.
Cavaliers Beat Warriors 93-89 To Win Their First NBA ChampionshipKyrie Irving buried a 3-pointer over Stephen Curry to break a tie with 53.0 seconds remaining Sunday night, sending the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA championship, 93-89 over the Golden State Warriors.