And the city is footing most of the bill.
Fans of both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the NBA in general have long been aware of the clutch abilities of LeBron James. While critics might simply chalk that awareness up to opinion, one statistic shows that ranking James as the league's top clutch player for this season serves as quite an accurate assessment.
The Cleveland Cavaliers were able to close out the Indiana Pacers on Sunday afternoon to complete the four-game sweep, earning themselves some much-needed rest. The NBA announced yesterday that the Cavs will tip off Game 1 of the second round on May 1st.
There's plenty of handwringing about the defense, but it's the Cavaliers work on the boards that is a cause for concern.
The health concerns of Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr are serious enough that he was forced to miss his team's Saturday night comeback win in Portland and he'll also sit out Monday night's Game 4 clash.
Now that they've swept the Indiana Pacers in their first-round matchup of this year's NBA Playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers find themselves with a week off.
At 7:00 p.m. EST tonight, members of Cleveland City Council will meet to vote on a $140 million renovation proposal for Quicken Loans Arena.
The Cavs star sends well wishes to the ailing Warriors head coach
The Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James got their broomsticks out on Sunday night, as they swept the Indiana Pacers 4-0 in their first round match-up.
Despite LeBron's protests, Tyronn Lue says that Cavs-Warriors is indeed a rivalry.