The Cleveland Cavaliers returned from the All-Star break Thursday night when they hosted the New York Knicks. The Cavaliers wasted no time getting back ...
(Cleveland, OH) - Kyrie Irving's 23 points and a triple-double from LeBron James helped the Cleveland Cavaliers resume their groove, picking up a 119-104 victory over the New York Knicks at Quicken Loans Arena on Thursday night.
Cleveland's first game after the All-Star break was a success.
Welcome back to Cavalier basketball, folks. The Cavs returned to action following the All-Star break…
It was not so long ago an ugly day dawned upon the NBA, as New York Knicks legend Charles Oakley was kicked out of Madison Square Garden and accused of substance and alcohol abuse.
Game Feed: Knicks: 51 - Cavaliers: 69 The Knicks are shooting 39.6% from the field and 36.4% from three. The Cavaliers are shooting 52.0% from the field and 40.9% from three.
Game Preview: :::: Click Here For Full CavsNation Pregame Stat Guide :::: UPCOMING MILESTONES: With 14 more assists, Kyrie Irving reaches 2,000 assists for the Cavaliers, and becomes just the eight player in franchise history to reach this mark.
Before the All-Star break, the Cavaliers seemed to be dominating the league. The Cavaliers were tied for best win percentage (87.5%) as well as having the most points in the stretch at a sizable 121.4 per game.
LeBron James' load of minutes has become a topic of conversation amongst fans, analysts, and the Cavs' coaching staff. Currently, James is averaging 25.9 points, 8.8 assists, 7.7 rebounds, and 1.4 steals in a whopping 37.5 minutes per game.
Just after 5:00 P.M. EST today, ESPN's Marc Stein reported that the Dallas Mavericks decided to waive veteran point guard, Deron Williams -- a player who the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers have been pursuing for months.