Category Archives: Playoffs

Cavs Way to Eastern Conference Championship

With the regular season over and postseason matches set, the Cleveland Cavaliers are set to play against Boston on Sunday. Despite ranking second behind the Atlanta Hawks, the Cavaliers are a favorite this season, having won 34 out of their

Cavs Fire Mike Brown After Best Five Year Run in Franchise History

The Cleveland Cavaliers have officially fired Coach Mike Brown, an action that surprises no one and certainly delights some misguided fans and media members—the same people, I suspect, who called for Bill Belichick’s head a decade and a half ago.

What is Wrong With the Cavs?

Entering this year’s playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers seemed to be primed for success while the aging Boston Celtics had been little better than a .500 team for the greater portion of the regular season (27-24 in the final 51 games).

Reloaded Cavs Seek Revenge Against Aging Celtics

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics each cruised through the first round of the playoffs with 4-1 victories over Chicago and Miami respectively, setting up a rematch of their classic seven game 2008 Eastern Conference semifinals duel—but both teams have

Cavaliers and Lebron are eager to start the Playoffs

This is the first time the Cavaliers will face the Bulls in a playoffs series since the Michael Jordan era. It is also the time to erase a lot of bad memories for Cavaliers’ fans and Cavaliers’players. Shaquille O’Neal will

Cavs Will Battle Bulls in the Playoffs for the First Time Since the Michael Jordan Era

The Cleveland Cavaliers began the 2009 playoffs by sweeping the Detroit Pistons, a Central Division rival who they had faced in two competitive playoff series in 2006 and 2007; this year, the Cavs’ postseason journey also starts with a battle

Stan Van Gundy needs to shut the _ _ _ _ up

Ok… that was Ben Wallace’s answer to a comment made by Stan Van Gundy yesterday: “Ben Wallace and Mo Williams fell down more times [in Game 3] than a baby learning to walk.” Ben Wallace, was not in a good

Johnson’s flagrant foul was rescinded

The NBA has rescinded the flagrant foul against Orlando Magic guard Anthony Johnson for elbowing Mo Williams in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.Johnson drove the lane and extended his elbow in the second quarter of the Magic’s victory Sunday.