The week ahead for Cleveland

It’s not that the Cleveland Cavaliers don’t care about the regular season, but it seems that when LeBron James returned home to play with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, the season had the championship or bust label placed on it right away. So with the second half of the NBA season starting after NBA All-Star […]

Cavs and Lakers headed in opposite directions leading to their Sunday clash

On the surface, could two teams be headed in any more opposite directions than the L.A. Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers? When the two franchises meet at Quicken Loans Arena on Sunday with average Cavs vs. Lakers tickets on Barry’s averaging $140 and a get-in of $55, the surging Cavs will be in the midst of […]

Thunder vs Cavaliers commanding big dollars on Sunday night

The Oklahoma City Thunder will fly to Cleveland after they play the Atlanta Hawks to take on LeBron James and the Cavaliers. The Cleveland Cavaliers will be looking to keep up their winning ways, while the Thunder will be looking to continue on their recent hot streak in order to sneak into the playoffs. This […]

Tickets surprisingly affordable for LeBron-Kobe battle in LA

Things haven’t gone as planned for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The return of LeBron James was supposed to turn the Cavs back into title contenders, and instead King James has missed almost 10 games due to injury and Cleveland has floundered around as a .500 team. The Los Angeles Lakers have had it much worse, as […]

Cavs push Christmas tickets to highest prices left for Heat in 2014

Once LeBron James declared his intentions to return to Cleveland, you can argue this Christmas Day matchup was unofficially set on the NBA schedule. James returns to Miami where he led the Heat to four straight NBA Finals and two NBA titles. Left alone, Wade and Bosh ended up staying in Miami and have been […]

Cavs travel to OKC to battle KD and the Thunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder, and reigning league MVP Kevin Durant take on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for the first time this season. This time, the Cavaliers head to Chesapeake Energy Arena on a Thursday night. The Thunder have gotten off to a slow start this season, however, that is mostly due to the fact that their […]

Cavs fans looking to head to South Beach will need to pay up

Cleveland fans heading to Miami for Christmas a couple of years ago would have been a cruel punch line to a bad joke. But with LeBron James returning home to the Cavaliers this off-season, the idea of a trip to South Beach to watch him show his talents on the road is far more appealing. […]

Wizards vs Cavaliers preview

Back when Lebron James first entered the league, one of the Cavs rivals was the Washington Wizards and Gilbert Arenas. While Gilbert Arenas is long gone from Washington, the rivalry between these two teams might be back with James returning to Washington to lead his young Cavaliers squad against a young Wizards team. The Wizards […]


Everything is technically hours away if you count the time in hours instead of larger increments.  Thus, just hours from now, the Cleveland Cavaliers will kick off what might be the best season in franchise history. Mike Brenkus Cavs Zine-ed Out the Cover of Scene This Week It’s hard to even conceptualize that, but it […]

Want cheap Cavs tickets? November 10th vs New Orleans is your best bet

As the preseason rolls right along, we have come to the point that it is time to look ahead to the regular season and what will hopefully be a glorious return for the Cleveland Cavaliers. With LeBron James back in the fold, the addition of all-star power forward Kevin Love, and the remaining components of […]

Tickets to Cavs home opener going for over $1,000 on average

Akron-born LeBron James made his big return to Ohio this past summer, opting to rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers rather than continue his career down on South Beach. LeBron spent four years in Miami, reaching the NBA Finals each and every year and winning two championships. In his essay explaining why he chose to come home, […]

SLAM: Cavs Players Describe David Blatt’s Offense in Two Words or Less

I published my latest article at SLAM this past Friday. After Mike Miller described David Blatt’s offense as “borderline genius”, I reached out to Brendan Haywood, Shawn Marion and rookie Joe Harris for their impressions thus far. An excerpt from that article is as follows. Their descriptions of Blatt’s offense are below. Brendan Haywood: “Spurs-esque” Shawn […]

James Jones: The way you lead is you get out there and compete

I spoke with 2x NBA champion James Jones for my latest at SLAM Magazine. I asked Jones how he, as a veteran, is able to move past the spectacle of Cavs media day and help set the tone for training camp. He offered some valuable insight and description of both his approach, as well as his […]

SLAM Magazine: Tristan Thompson For The 216

I wrote an article on Tristan Thompson for SLAM Magazine today. An excerpt and link is below. SLAM – For The 216: This past weekend, Thompson linked up with teammate LeBron James and All-NBA point guard Chris Paul for a workout session at UCLA. While there, he was able to observe some of the work […]