NBA.com's advanced stats data is available in ever-increasing quantity and detail. Here is part of what it has to say about the Cavaliers thus far.
Kevin Love is going to be a Cavalier for the long haul.
J.R. Smith is going to test free agency.
It was a question of when, not if.
Former Cavalier Mo Williams is reportedly interested in becoming a Cavalier once again.
In the end, the Cavs role players were asked to do a bit too much in support of LeBron James.
J.R. Smith wants to be a Cavalier next season, but he also wants a raise.
The Warriors have won the 2015 NBA title, but the Cavs are built for long-term success as well
It is what it is.
The Cavs are against the wall, but LeBron James isn't conceding anything
LeBron James hit his head last night on a camera, but didn't came out of the game or undergo any testing for a concussion.
David Blatt says the Cavs suffered from fatigue during Game 4.
The Cavs lose on their home floor and the Warriors take back home court advantage.
The Cavs can take a big lead in the NBA Finals. Will they maintain their play?
We look at Matthew Dellavedova's previous summer reading to understand why the Cavs team has been a pleasure to watch in the NBA Finals.
Go on and celebrate the Waiters trade, but I'm not with you.
Kyrie Irving speaks to the media for the first time since fracturing his knee cap.
The Cavs will have two key players on the court for Game 4.
The Cavaliers have a 2-1 series lead in the Finals, and the way they have handled Draymond Green is a big reason why.
Matthew Dellavedova is pushing himself to exhaustion
Draymond Green has struggled thus far in the NBA Finals, but Steph Curry has kept the faith
LeBron James keeps piling it on
The Cavs might be another man down.
The fourth-year big man is playing well on basketball's biggest stage, but the Cavs need even more out of him as the series shifts back to Cleveland.
LeBron James is excited to get home to Cleveland
Try not to love this team
The Cavs defense was the story on Sunday night
Kyrie Irving is on the road to recovery.
Kyrie Irving will be out for 3-4 months after fracturing his patella. What is his long-term prognosis?
Kyrie Irving is out for the playoffs and is out 3-4 months.