1. Should Mike Brown Be Fired If Cleveland Cavaliers Miss the Playoffs?

    Mike Brown is the best coach in the history of the Cleveland Cavaliers . At least, that's what the numbers say. Brown has won 63 percent of his career games with the Cavs, the highest mark of any of the franchise's 18 head coaches...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 1,485 reads 6 comments

  2. How Cleveland Cavaliers Can Convince Luol Deng to Re-Sign This Offseason

    Following a January 7 trade to the Cleveland Cavaliers , Luol Deng stated that he would consider signing an extension with his new team...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 6,435 reads 28 comments

  3. Can Cleveland Cavaliers Trust Anderson Varejao as Starting Center?

    Anderson Varejao was supposed to catch a break this season. Coming off three straight injury-plagued years, Varejao was now promised the luxury of less minutes in a reserve role...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 1,206 reads 2 comments

  4. Why Mike Brown Is to Blame for the Cleveland Cavaliers' Struggles

    Not surprisingly, Mike Brown's return to Cleveland hasn't been nearly as successful as his first go-round...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 6,238 reads 46 comments

  5. Will Cleveland Cavaliers Still Be Active at Trade Deadline?

    The Cleveland Cavaliers kicked off the NBA trade season with a deal that brought forward Luol Deng to town, sending Andrew Bynum and draft picks to the Chicago Bulls . With the Feb...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 6,337 reads 17 comments

  6. Shooting Guards Who Fit Better with Kyrie Irving Than Dion Waiters

    Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters may be playing nice off the court, but the on-court meshing is still very much a work in progress...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 5,159 reads 25 comments

  7. Getting to Know New Baltimore Orioles Outfielder David Lough

    David Lough spent seven years with the Kansas City Royals after being drafted by the team back in 2007...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 5,420 reads 5 comments

  8. How Far Can Luol Deng Take Cleveland Cavaliers This Season?

    Luol Deng is used to less-than-ideal situations. One of nine children, Deng's family had to flee to Egypt from their home country of Sudan due to Civil War...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 8 months ago 5,222 reads 22 comments

  9. Does Kyrie Irving Still Need to Lead Cleveland Cavaliers by Himself?

    Being dubbed the leader of a professional sports team, while still a teenager, can be a daunting task. Such was the case when the Cleveland Cavaliers selected 19-year-old Kyrie Irving with the first overall pick in 2011...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 13,603 reads 71 comments

  10. Luol Deng's Leadership Is What Cleveland Cavaliers Need Most

    Luol Deng was born in Sudan, went to high school in New Jersey , has citizenship in Great Britain and played his college ball at Duke University. Despite all of his world travels, nowhere is Deng more needed than in Cleveland, Ohio...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 2,006 reads 8 comments

  11. How Luol Deng's Arrival Shakes Up Cleveland Cavaliers' Rotation

    The arrival of Luol Deng following a trade from the Chicago Bulls has already changed the starting lineup, but how will it affect the rest of the rotation? Deng has led the ...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 4,672 reads 0 comments

  12. Luol Deng Trade Brings Hope to Disappointing Cavaliers

    As harsh of a winter as it's been in Northeast Ohio, perhaps no place has been as cold as Quicken Loans Arena. Buried under a blanket of snow and ice were the Cleveland Cavaliers' postseason chances...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 3,510 reads 5 comments

  13. Checklist for Kyrie Irving to Resume Superstar Journey

    Since being selected first overall in the 2011 NBA draft, Kyrie Irving has faced immense pressure as the new face of the Cleveland Cavaliers ...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 3,063 reads 6 comments

  14. What Cleveland Cavaliers Would Have Looked Like If They Drafted Wisely

    Cleveland Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant nailed the first draft pick of his career, taking point guard Kyrie Irving first overall in 2011. The rest of his selections have been, well, questionable...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 23,142 reads 95 comments

  15. Now's the Time for Jarrett Jack to Start Earning His Money

    When the Cleveland Cavaliers signed Jarrett Jack to a $25 million deal, it marked the first significant contract they had given to a free agent during their rebuilding process...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 12,067 reads 18 comments

  16. Why Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters Don't Fit as a Backcourt

    Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters were consecutive first-round picks by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2011 and 2012. Both have proven to be skilled offensive players and represent the core of the Cavs ' rebuilding plan...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 11,230 reads 49 comments

  17. Who's to Blame for the Failed Andrew Bynum Experiment?

    Andrew Bynum 's short stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers will soon officially be over. The question now is: What went wrong and who's to blame for Bynum's collapse with the Cavs ...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 10,876 reads 38 comments

  18. Who's Best for LeBron James in Future, Kyrie Irving or Dwyane Wade?

    In summer 2014, Miami Heat star LeBron James can once again change the course of the NBA with his free-agency decision...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 3,820 reads 2 comments

  19. Fixing the Cleveland Cavaliers Offense for Mike Brown

    Nobody has ever mistaken Mike Brown for an offensive guru. The Cleveland Cavaliers brought Brown in to fix their 25th-ranked team defense from last season. Now, it's the offense that's suffering...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 2,620 reads 19 comments

  20. Lessons Anthony Bennett Should Be Learning from Cavs Teammates

    It's common for rookies coming into the NBA to want to pick the brains of their teammates, trying to gain whatever knowledge and help they can. Boy, does Anthony Bennett have a lot of picking to do...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 2,112 reads 8 comments

  21. Does Andrew Bynum Have a Long-Term Future with Cleveland Cavaliers?

    One of the best stories this NBA season no one seems to be talking about is the return of Andrew Bynum . As most know, Bynum missed the entire 2012-13 season following surgery on both knees while with the Philadelphia 76ers ...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 9 months ago 3,665 reads 10 comments

  22. Should GM Chris Grant Be Fired If Cleveland Cavaliers Miss Playoffs?

    This past summer, head coach Byron Scott lost his job with the Cleveland Cavaliers after he couldn't turn things around...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 10 months ago 5,527 reads 47 comments

  23. Cleveland Cavaliers Must Be Major Players in Trade Market

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are entering a critical time in their rebuilding process. For the first time in years, the Cavs are playing for more than just a draft pick with real playoff pressure from the owner himself...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 10 months ago 3,808 reads 27 comments

  24. Cleveland Cavaliers Should Pursue Luol Deng Trade at All Costs

    Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls appears to be atop the Cleveland Cavaliers ' wish list, and for good reason. Deng represents everything that Cleveland wants but has yet to get from its small forward position...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 10 months ago 28,206 reads 145 comments

  25. Should Cleveland Cavaliers Consider Sending Anthony Bennett to D-League?

    What to do with Anthony Bennett ? His numbers aren't pretty across the board . The first pick of the 2013 NBA draft is averaging a measly 2.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 0.2 assists in his 10...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 10 months ago 8,560 reads 34 comments