Patience is a virtue for Cavs fans with Emoni Bates
Isaiah Mobley’s 28 points help deliver the Summer League title.
The Cavs punch their ticket to the semi-finals thanks to 22 points from Craig Porter
LeVert isn’t a perfect fit, but he’s shown to be one of the few who can be useful regardless of the situation.
Okoro took strides as a shooter, but still has holes in his game on both ends.
After recovering from a torn ACL, Ricky Rubio looked like he needed more time.
Mitchell had one of the best seasons in franchise history, but still has room to improve.
Despite a playoff flameout, Darius Garland was still quite good this season.
Allen is still integral to this Cavaliers team.
The lights were indeed too bright.
Overreliance on guard screens after a rough first quarter left the offense unrecognizable.
Mitchell beat the Knicks defense with his passing.
Darius Garland exploded for 32 points to lead the Cavs to a Game 2 victory
Josh Hart caused havoc on the offensive glass as the New York Knicks grabbed 17 offensive rebounds in Game 1.
Poor offensive execution have Cavs down after Game 1.
The Cavs have some tough lineup decisions to make.
Playoff basketball returns to Cleveland for the first time since 2018.
Garland might be the most important Cavalier in their first round series.