February 11, 2016

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Jim Ingraham: Warriors or Spurs? Pick your poison, Cavs

In the history of Cleveland sports, has there ever been a season like this Cavaliers season? No. Certainly not under the current playoff format in all sports, whereby, even if you reach the playoffs, you still have to successfully wind your way through multiple levels of them in order to play for the big prize. Read More…

Photographer recognized for winning shot

Time.com called this photo by David Richard one of the best of the year.

It was a moment in time snapped in less than a second. Dave Richard didn’t know what he had when the shutter closed on his camera. That’s the job of a highly sought-after contract photographer. He takes more than a thousand images a game as quickly as possible and gets them into the hands of Read More…

The camera’s always watching, and athletes must adjust to it

When LeBron James pulls into the parking lot at Quicken Loans Arena, there are cameras waiting. They follow him into the arena, record him walking down the hall to the locker room. They are there when he’s changing into his uniform. They are there in the huddles during timeouts and there during the halftime meetings Read More…

LeBron hurting after loss, despite Cavs’ bright future

CLEVELAND — There was a time early Wednesday morning, shortly before 1:30 a.m., when LeBron James wondered out loud if it was all worth it. The Cavaliers had just lost 105-97 to the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena, and a mentally and physically exhausted Read More…

10 things to know, Wednesday, June 17

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. Six California balcony collapse victims had lives ahead of them A group of Irish and Irish-American young men and women were enjoying their last blast summer in the U.S. before cracking down with college and careers. 2. Read More…

Cavaliers’ run ends as Warriors hit big shots, win NBA title

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CLEVELAND — The Golden State Warriors scratched a 40-year itch Tuesday night. The Cavaliers have now gone 45 seasons without a title, while the city of Cleveland remains at 51 and counting when it comes to a major pro sports championship. Taking advantage of huge runs in the first and third periods, the Warriors won Read More…

Cavaliers can’t match Warriors’ long-range prowess

CLEVELAND — It was a tale of two 3-point arcs. While Golden State’s “Splash Brothers” added a few more members to the family, Cleveland was flailing miserably from long distance. The Warriors connected 13 times on a whopping 34 3-point attempts, and the Cavs made only six of 26 attempts — numbers aided by J.R. Read More…

NBA Finals: LeBron James says he can be even better, but for the Cavaliers to beat the Warriors he needs a lot more help

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He refuses to come out and say it, but the now self-proclaimed “best player in the world” is going to need some help if the Cavaliers are going to beat league MVP Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. If LeBron James doesn’t start getting that help tonight in Game 6 Read More…

NBA Finals: How to use Timofey Mozgov key for Cavaliers

Cavaliers center Timofey Mozgov had a career-high 28 points and 10 rebounds in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, but the Golden State Warriors won by 21 points. Sunday in Game 5, Mozgov played just nine minutes, had zero points and attempted only one shot as the Cavs, who led by a point almost midway Read More…

10 things to know, Monday, June 15

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. Dead or alive — did U.S. strike hit or miss al-Qaida-linked leader The U.S. and Libya say Mokhtar Belmokhtar, who is charged with leading the attack on a gas plant in Algeria in 2013 that left at Read More…