Update: Iman Shumpert placed under concussion protocol

During the third quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ season opener against the New York Knicks on Tuesday night, Iman Shumpert banged his head on Kristaps Porzingis‘ hip and was forced to leave the game afterwards. As a result, he is now placed by the Cavs on the NBA’s concussion protocol and will not play until […] The post Update: Iman Shumpert placed under concussion protocol...
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Did Khloe Kardashian show off engagement ring at Cavs game?

Khloe Kardashian was in attendance at Quicken Loans Arena Tuesday night to proudly root her boyfriend Tristan Thompson on in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ season opener. The Cavs received their championship rings before the game, and Kardashian took the opportunity to show off some hardware of her own. But was she flashing an engagement ring? In a photo she shared on social media...
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Locked on Cavaliers Episode 57: Cavs-Knicks recap and takeaways

Today’s show looks at last night’s season opener. Welcome to Locked on Cavaliers, the official Cleveland Cavaliers podcast of the Locked on Podcast network. On today’s episode, host Chris Manning (@cwmwrites) recaps the Cavs’ season opening win against the Knicks. For those who were wondering, every episode of ‘Locked on Cavaliers’ is now available on iTunes and on...
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Cavs' championship rings remind us that Warriors blew a 3-1 Finals lead

The Cleveland Cavaliers received their championship rings prior to opening up a new NBA season Tuesday night. It was a fine ceremony and all that, but let's get down to brass tacks here -- the Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals. People forget that.Thankfully, the Cavs' new rings have a very helpful (and expensive) reminder.I'm not sure I've ever seen a championship ring highlight the...
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2 hours ago

A Super Night For Cleveland!

Holy schnike, what an opening set of games! And what a night for Believeland! The Cavs get to raise their banners and get their ring pops to open the 2016-17 NBA Season, then top it off by playing a disjointed group of SUPER streetballers that a high school team might be able to beat. Really, Knicks?! 17 assists to 18 turnovers?! Just an absolute collapse by New York after a...
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Watch Cleveland Cavaliers raise the championship banner

The Cleveland Cavaliers won their first title in 52 years last season, and they celebrated appropriately to open the season on Tuesday night against the Knicks. They dapped up the banner, which is the most J.R. Smith thing ever, and here’s what it looked like. The Cavs dap up their championship banner — The Cauldron (ICYMI) (@CauldronICYMI) October...
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Cavs' championship rings leave Warriors reminder of 3-1 lead

The Cleveland Cavaliers championship rings are amazing, and they contain a semi-hidden message. The players received their rings before opening the season against the New York Knicks Tuesday night. There is a special reminder embedded in the gorgeous rings that throws a bit of shade at the Golden State Warriors, who failed to seal the deal after going up 3-1. Cavs rings remind...
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Did LeBron James mock Steph Curry’s dance after getting ring?

A little jig from LeBron James after receiving his championship ring prior to the Cavaliers’ game against the Knicks on Tuesday has some wondering whether “The King” was mocking Steph Curry. Prior to games, Curry has a pregame dance routine he does to the tune of “Jones BBQ Foot Massage.” While we can’t say that is exactly what LeBron was trying to replicate after...
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Why the Cleveland Cavaliers will repeat as NBA champions

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16 hours ago

The Undertaker hits up Cavs game for ring ceremony

You can’t hide from The Undertaker, which we found out on Tuesday night when he showed up at Quicken Loans Arena for the Knicks-Cavaliers game. It’s unclear as to whether or not he’ll be a part of the Cavs’ championship ring ceremony, as they’re set to commemorate the team’s first championship win in franchise history, but we do know he showed up because LeBron James...
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Gilbert calls LeBron a partner, vows to keep spending big

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert hasn’t always had the best relationship with superstar LeBron James. In fact, it could be said they were bitter enemies at one point after James left for Miami. Yet since James re-committed to the city of Cleveland and won a championship for his hometown team, things are looking up. This is true to the point now where Gilbert considers his...
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Major Key Alert: The four-pronged key to the Big Three’s ultimate success

The Cleveland Cavaliers will go as far as the Big Three can take them but how far can the Big Three go? The Cleveland Cavaliers are officially embarking on their quest to defend their NBA throne. Tonight will be a special moment in Cleveland history as the Cleveland Cavaliers raise their first NBA Finals banner. […] Major Key Alert: The four-pronged key to the Big Three’s ultimate...
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23 hours ago

Joakim Noah delivers another potshot at Cleveland’s expense

The New York Knicks are in Northeast Ohio for a Tuesday night match-up with the Cavaliers as the 2016-17 NBA regular season gets underway. And while it’s likely Knicks center Joakim Noah eagerly anticipates playing in his first official game as a member of his hometown NBA team, he clearly wishes he wasn't in Cleveland. The Cavaliers will raise their championship banner into...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Why this will be the year Kevin Love finds his groove in Cleveland

More minutes at the five is the key for him to thrive. Kevin Love is a great player. While playing in Minnesota he was widely regarded as a superstar, and he had the numbers to match. His final season there he scored 26.1 points per game on 59.1 percent true shooting. For reference, last year LeBron James scored 25.3 points per game on 58.8 percent true shooting. Since being traded...
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1 day ago

LeBron rooting for Indians but remains a Yankees fan

LeBron James is not surprisingly pulling for the Cleveland Indians to top the Chicago Cubs in the World Series. But if the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar is being perfectly honest, he nevertheless remains a New York Yankees fan at heart. James has been passionate in his support of the local Indians squad as they made their run to the Fall Classic. On Monday, though, James made...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Thirty Futures: Cleveland Cavaliers

June 24th, 2004: J.R. Smith is selected 18th overall by the New Orleans Hornets. February 22nd, 2006: J.R., in his second NBA season, having fallen out with Byron Scott, endures an extended benching. After a six-point loss to the Jazz, J.R. is asked whether he's surprised he didn't play at all. His response: I wasn't surprised at all, because [Scott's] ego is too big to put something...
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Kyrie Irving is giving his championship ring to his dad

One of Kyrie Irving’s greatest life accomplishments was winning the NBA title in June. And the young Cavaliers point guard will be giving the symbol of that great accomplishment to his father. Irving told reporters on Saturday that he is giving his championship ring to his dad: Kyrie Irving says he'll give his NBA championship ring to his father. #Cavs — Tom Withers (@twithersAP...
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Everybody get up, Space Jam is returning to theaters

Forget the whole controversy of whether or not Space Jam 2 will ever be a thing. The original Space Jam is returning to theaters in mid-November to celebrate it’s 20th anniversary. The original 20th-century Space Jam website still exists, two decades after its creation, and now the movie that accompanied it is coming back as well. The cult-classic hit is returning Nov....
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kyrie Irving hints at big plans for ‘Uncle Drew,’ maybe a movie

Kyrie Irving might be as well-known for portraying “Uncle Drew” in a series of commercials than he is for playing a key cog in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ title-winning team. And it looks like his alter-ego could become even bigger. The campaign for Pepsi, dating back to 2012, features 24-year-old superstar impersonating an elderly man who can straight-up ball, much to the...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

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