Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 104.5 29th
Rebounds Per Game 42.7 26th
Assists Per Game 20.7 29th
Points Allowed 114.1 7th
2019-20 Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Milwaukee 60 22 .732 L1
Indiana 48 34 .585 W1
Detroit 41 41 .500 W2
Chicago 22 60 .268 L3
Cleveland 19 63 .232 L10

Cleveland Cavaliers News

  • @cavs • 5h

    Fansided: Ranking the three Cleveland Cavaliers' 2019-20 courts leaked

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to be playing a milestone season in 2019-20, as we've hit on here at KJG a number of times.

    In 2019-20, Cleveland will be playing their 50th NBA season, and that'll mean a good share of giveaways, I would imagine.

    As part of that milestone year, the team recently announced that they'll be displaying a Wall of Honor in the upcoming season in the newly-renovated Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse that will be commemorating individuals that played pivotal roles in the history of the Cavaliers, such as those with their jerseys retired.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to be playing a milestone season in 2019-20, as we've hit on here at KJG a number of times.

    In 2019-20, Cleveland will be playing their 50th NBA season, and that'll mean a good share of giveaways, I would imagine.

    As part of that milestone year, the team recently announced that they'll be displaying a Wall of Honor in the upcoming season in the newly-renovated Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse that will be commemorating individuals that played pivotal roles in the history of the Cavaliers, such as those with their jerseys retired.

  • @cavs • 13h

    Fansided: Cavs: 3 current players that could potentially be on Wall of Honor some day

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to be playing their 50th season in 2019-20, which is a significant milestone in the franchise's history, at least in my opinion.

    As a way for the organization to commemorate that, the Cavaliers recently announced that they will be showcasing former members of their franchise that played a key role in the team's history by having them in the team's Wall of Honor, which will be in the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse's North Atrium, as the press release noted, the Wall of Honor will "feature a mosaic of custom designed tiles that represent each honoree.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to be playing their 50th season in 2019-20, which is a significant milestone in the franchise's history, at least in my opinion.

    As a way for the organization to commemorate that, the Cavaliers recently announced that they will be showcasing former members of their franchise that played a key role in the team's history by having them in the team's Wall of Honor, which will be in the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse's North Atrium, as the press release noted, the Wall of Honor will "feature a mosaic of custom designed tiles that represent each honoree.

  • @cavs • 15h

    Fansided: Cavaliers: Collin Sexton's likely top five passing partners in 2019-20

    Coming out of the University of Alabama last year, there were a number of question marks surrounding guard Collin Sexton. He was a ready-made NBA athlete, and his competitive drive was never in doubt, but his three-point shooting and passing were the two biggest areas of concern.

    His rookie season assuaged any concerns about his shooting - he shot the three-pointer at a very impressive 40.2% for the Cleveland Cavaliers on the season (per Basketball Reference), which was up from the 33.6% he shot there in college (per Sports Reference).

    Yet, he continued to work on his craft and improve his shooting as the year progressed, and he led the Cavaliers in post-All-Star break scoring mostly due to him taking more three-point looks (5.

    Coming out of the University of Alabama last year, there were a number of question marks surrounding guard Collin Sexton. He was a ready-made NBA athlete, and his competitive drive was never in doubt, but his three-point shooting and passing were the two biggest areas of concern.

    His rookie season assuaged any concerns about his shooting - he shot the three-pointer at a very impressive 40.2% for the Cleveland Cavaliers on the season (per Basketball Reference), which was up from the 33.6% he shot there in college (per Sports Reference).

    Yet, he continued to work on his craft and improve his shooting as the year progressed, and he led the Cavaliers in post-All-Star break scoring mostly due to him taking more three-point looks (5.

  • @cavs • 1d

    Fansided: Cavaliers make smart system coaching hires with development as focus

    The Cleveland Cavaliers went a direction seemingly few saw coming at the time when they reportedly hired former Michigan basketball head coach John Beilein to be their head coach, but at least for now, Beilein seems to be a good fit with the team's primary focus in coming years being a full-rebuild.

    Beilein's staff of known assistant coaches following that of J.B. Bickerstaff, Antonio Lang and Lindsay Gottlieb (as previously detailed) seemed to be high quality fits for the team's player development focus, too, and I would assume they'll all provide a boost for the young players in coming years, such as Collin Sexton, Cedi Osman, Ante Zizic, Darius Garland, Dylan Windler and Kevin Porter Jr.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers went a direction seemingly few saw coming at the time when they reportedly hired former Michigan basketball head coach John Beilein to be their head coach, but at least for now, Beilein seems to be a good fit with the team's primary focus in coming years being a full-rebuild.

    Beilein's staff of known assistant coaches following that of J.B. Bickerstaff, Antonio Lang and Lindsay Gottlieb (as previously detailed) seemed to be high quality fits for the team's player development focus, too, and I would assume they'll all provide a boost for the young players in coming years, such as Collin Sexton, Cedi Osman, Ante Zizic, Darius Garland, Dylan Windler and Kevin Porter Jr.

  • @cavs • 1d

    Fansided: Cavs reportedly fill out their coaching staff for the 2019-20 season

    The Cleveland Cavaliers went a direction seemingly few saw coming at the time when they reportedly hired former Michigan basketball head coach John Beilein to be their head coach, but at least for now, Beilein seems to be a good fit with the team's primary focus in coming years being a full-rebuild.

    Beilein's staff of known assistant coaches following that of J.B. Bickerstaff, Antonio Lang and Lindsay Gottlieb (as previously detailed) seemed to be high quality fits for the team's player development focus, too, and I would assume they'll all provide a boost for the young players in coming years, such as Collin Sexton, Cedi Osman, Ante Zizic, Darius Garland, Dylan Windler and Kevin Porter Jr.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers went a direction seemingly few saw coming at the time when they reportedly hired former Michigan basketball head coach John Beilein to be their head coach, but at least for now, Beilein seems to be a good fit with the team's primary focus in coming years being a full-rebuild.

    Beilein's staff of known assistant coaches following that of J.B. Bickerstaff, Antonio Lang and Lindsay Gottlieb (as previously detailed) seemed to be high quality fits for the team's player development focus, too, and I would assume they'll all provide a boost for the young players in coming years, such as Collin Sexton, Cedi Osman, Ante Zizic, Darius Garland, Dylan Windler and Kevin Porter Jr.

  • @cavs • 2d
  • "GET THAT WEAK STUFF OUTTA HERE!" #NBABlockWeek https://t.co/UW1AQk15bq

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    Fansided: Cavs: Dan Gilbert reportedly back home after rehab center stay following stroke

    The Cleveland Cavaliers had to have been shocked when team owner Dan Gilbert was reportedly hospitalized due to stroke-like symptoms back in late May, and he did reportedly suffer a stroke then when hospitalized at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.

    That was really tough to hear at the time as a fan of the Cavaliers, and I'm sure that was so difficult for Gilbert himself, his family, and so many others, including those involved with Gilbert's many real estate and business ventures, along with the Cavaliers' organization.

    It was good to hear, though, that Gilbert is reportedly back home in the Detroit area now after being in a rehabilitation center in Chicago for eight weeks in relation to recovery from the stroke he suffered, according to Crains Detroit's Chad Livengood (and h/t WKYC's Ben Axelrod).

    The Cleveland Cavaliers had to have been shocked when team owner Dan Gilbert was reportedly hospitalized due to stroke-like symptoms back in late May, and he did reportedly suffer a stroke then when hospitalized at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.

    That was really tough to hear at the time as a fan of the Cavaliers, and I'm sure that was so difficult for Gilbert himself, his family, and so many others, including those involved with Gilbert's many real estate and business ventures, along with the Cavaliers' organization.

    It was good to hear, though, that Gilbert is reportedly back home in the Detroit area now after being in a rehabilitation center in Chicago for eight weeks in relation to recovery from the stroke he suffered, according to Crains Detroit's Chad Livengood (and h/t WKYC's Ben Axelrod).

  • @cavs • 2d

    Official Site of the Cavaliers: Cavaliers Complete Coaching Staff

    CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Cavaliers have completed their coaching staff for the upcoming 2019-20 season with the promotions of Dan Geriot to Assistant Coach, Steve Frankoski to Player Development Coach, Michael Hartman to Director of Coaching Analytics/Player Development and Sam Jones to Player Development Coordinator, Head Coach John Beilein and General Manager Koby Altman announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. The team also added J.J. Outlaw as an Assistant Coach/Player Development, Chris Darnell as Player Development/Video Assistant and Jay Shunnar as Special Assistant to the Head Coach. Mike Gerrity returns as Director of Player Development/Assistant Coach, Dan Vincent as Head Video Coordinator/Player Development and Andrew Olson as Shooting Coach.

    CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Cavaliers have completed their coaching staff for the upcoming 2019-20 season with the promotions of Dan Geriot to Assistant Coach, Steve Frankoski to Player Development Coach, Michael Hartman to Director of Coaching Analytics/Player Development and Sam Jones to Player Development Coordinator, Head Coach John Beilein and General Manager Koby Altman announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. The team also added J.J. Outlaw as an Assistant Coach/Player Development, Chris Darnell as Player Development/Video Assistant and Jay Shunnar as Special Assistant to the Head Coach. Mike Gerrity returns as Director of Player Development/Assistant Coach, Dan Vincent as Head Video Coordinator/Player Development and Andrew Olson as Shooting Coach.

  • @cavs • 2d
  • Testing, testing, 1 - 2 - 3 ...@RMFieldHouse is quite literally going to be LIT, y'all https://t.co/3rYKIOsEHf

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  • @cavs • 3d
  • Bloc(k)Boy JB. #NBABlockWeek https://t.co/xh7NsOevP2

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  • @cavs • 3d

    Official Site of the Cavaliers: Cavs Introduce New Wall of Honor Program as Part of 50th Season Celebration

    As part of the Cleveland Cavaliers 50th season and the grand opening of the completely transformed Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in 2019-20, the organization will introduce the new Wall of Honor program created to recognize deserving former members of the Cavaliers franchise. The Wall of Honor will serve as a very special tribute to individuals who have made significant contributions to the Cavaliers and played a distinguished, pivotal role in Cavaliers history.

    The special inaugural class of the Wall of Honor will feature five members, who will be announced in the near future. Additional details about the related plans, events and activities surrounding the Wall of Honor program and induction will also be announced in the future as the upcoming season approaches.

    As part of the Cleveland Cavaliers 50th season and the grand opening of the completely transformed Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in 2019-20, the organization will introduce the new Wall of Honor program created to recognize deserving former members of the Cavaliers franchise. The Wall of Honor will serve as a very special tribute to individuals who have made significant contributions to the Cavaliers and played a distinguished, pivotal role in Cavaliers history.

    The special inaugural class of the Wall of Honor will feature five members, who will be announced in the near future. Additional details about the related plans, events and activities surrounding the Wall of Honor program and induction will also be announced in the future as the upcoming season approaches.

  • @cavs • 3d

    Fansided: NBA rookies vote Kevin Porter Jr. the steal of the NBA draft

    The Cleveland Cavaliers front office is hoping the majority of the rookie draft class is correct in their assessment of Kevin Porter Jr. as the steal of the 2019 NBA draft.

    Click here to read the entirety of the rookie survey.

    We at KJG have talked extensively about the talent that Porter Jr. possesses and how we are of the belief that he was a steal with the final pick of the first round in June's NBA draft. Porter Jr. can now take solace in the fact that his peers believe he was a steal also.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers front office is hoping the majority of the rookie draft class is correct in their assessment of Kevin Porter Jr. as the steal of the 2019 NBA draft.

    Click here to read the entirety of the rookie survey.

    We at KJG have talked extensively about the talent that Porter Jr. possesses and how we are of the belief that he was a steal with the final pick of the first round in June's NBA draft. Porter Jr. can now take solace in the fact that his peers believe he was a steal also.

  • @cavs • 3d

    Fansided: NBA rookies are right in voting Cavs' Kevin Porter Jr. as tied for steal of draft

    The Cleveland Cavaliers front office is hoping the majority of the rookie draft class is correct in their assessment of Kevin Porter Jr. as the steal of the 2019 NBA Draft.

    Click here to read the entirety of the rookie survey, courtesy of NBA.com's John Schuhmann.

    We at KJG have talked extensively about the talent that Porter Jr. possesses and how we are of the belief that he was a steal with the final pick of the first round in June's NBA draft.

    Porter Jr. can now take solace in the fact that his peers believe he was a steal also, as per Schuhmann, the rookies of this class voted Porter Jr.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers front office is hoping the majority of the rookie draft class is correct in their assessment of Kevin Porter Jr. as the steal of the 2019 NBA Draft.

    Click here to read the entirety of the rookie survey, courtesy of NBA.com's John Schuhmann.

    We at KJG have talked extensively about the talent that Porter Jr. possesses and how we are of the belief that he was a steal with the final pick of the first round in June's NBA draft.

    Porter Jr. can now take solace in the fact that his peers believe he was a steal also, as per Schuhmann, the rookies of this class voted Porter Jr.

  • @cavs • 3d

    Fansided: Cavs: Zydrunas Ilgauskas would seem to be obvious 'Gund Arena Era' choice

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are going into their 50th season in 2019-20, and this season appears to be filled with giveaways to commemorate that for what is a very loyal fan base.

    One of the giveaways are bobbleheads highlighting each era of the team, and that is a bobblehead for a player of those eras, and these are picked from fan voting.

    The first bobblehead (per the Cavaliers), which was for the "The Early Years," dating from the team's founding in 1970 through 1983, was the man many still refer to as "Mr. Cavalier," in Austin Carr, who is one of the team's play-by-play announcers in their Fox Sports Ohio broadcasts now, too.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are going into their 50th season in 2019-20, and this season appears to be filled with giveaways to commemorate that for what is a very loyal fan base.

    One of the giveaways are bobbleheads highlighting each era of the team, and that is a bobblehead for a player of those eras, and these are picked from fan voting.

    The first bobblehead (per the Cavaliers), which was for the "The Early Years," dating from the team's founding in 1970 through 1983, was the man many still refer to as "Mr. Cavalier," in Austin Carr, who is one of the team's play-by-play announcers in their Fox Sports Ohio broadcasts now, too.

  • @cavs • 3d

    Official Site of the Cavaliers: Vote NOW for the Gund Arena Era Bobblehead!

    As part of the Cleveland Cavaliers 50th Season Celebration in 2019-20, fans will have the opportunity to experience the rich history of the Cavaliers during various "Era Nights" at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The 50th season "Era Nights" will feature special in-game content, unique activities, exclusive giveaways and more.

    In honor of the 50th season, fans have the opportunity to decide which five limited edition bobbleheads will represent Cavaliers basketball throughout the years. Cavs fans previously selected Austin Carr as the "Early Years" bobblehead and Mark Price as the bobblehead to represent the "Richfield Coliseum" Era.

    Beginning August 20th through August 27th, fans can go to Cavs.

    As part of the Cleveland Cavaliers 50th Season Celebration in 2019-20, fans will have the opportunity to experience the rich history of the Cavaliers during various "Era Nights" at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The 50th season "Era Nights" will feature special in-game content, unique activities, exclusive giveaways and more.

    In honor of the 50th season, fans have the opportunity to decide which five limited edition bobbleheads will represent Cavaliers basketball throughout the years. Cavs fans previously selected Austin Carr as the "Early Years" bobblehead and Mark Price as the bobblehead to represent the "Richfield Coliseum" Era.

    Beginning August 20th through August 27th, fans can go to Cavs.

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