Corey has covered the Cavaliers since 2020 and cohosts the Junkyard Pod. His work can be found on Fear the Sword and his It's Just Basketball Substack. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire.
The Cavaliers came out strong and quickly disparaged any hopes for the Orlando Magic behind 26 points from Sam Merrill.
Georges Niang’s 33 points powered Cleveland to their 40-point victory.
The Cavaliers lost a very winnable game against Portland while continuing to struggle in games in which they carried a fourth-quarter lead.
The Cavaliers’ fall short in the fourth to falter against the season high night from Anthony Davis and the Lakers.
Nikola Jokic was put in a turnstile by Cleveland’s defense and the Cavaliers were buoyed by valuable role-player performances in an impressive win.
Cleveland got the win, but still isn’t at its best when Mitchell sits.
The Cavaliers sputtered in the second half to De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis losing 132-120.
Garland’s aggression unlocked new levels to the Cavs’ offense.
The marquee signing for Cleveland feels like the first domino in what appears to be a shift in offensive philosophy.