J.R. Smith knocked down a tough 3-pointer, then another.
Everything changed for the Cleveland Cavaliers when they found out LeBron James was bringing his talents home from South Beach.
Joakim Noah won the J. Walter Kennedy Award, given annually to an NBA player, coach or trainer for community service.
LeBron James watched his coach draw up the final play — and then drew one up of his own.
The Cavaliers have apologized for showing a video during Wednesday night’s playoff game that showed a man violently throwing a woman across a room for wearing a Chicago Bulls T-shirt.
Domestic violence is nothing to joke about.
The headband returned. The aggressiveness, dunks and dazzling plays all came back, too.
Everybody has their 15 minutes of fame.
Largely dormant through the first three quarters, LeBron James did just enough to help the Cleveland Cavaliers firm up their playoff picture.
LeBron James is like an NFL quarterback on the floor — with the ball, in control.