The Cavs didn't make any drastic moves, but LeBron and Co. could be better than you think, writes Brian Windhorst.
For all of Cleveland's flaws, the Cavs showed in their win over the Pistons that they are an increasingly dangerous team to face, Brian Windhorst writes.
Ben Wallace dunked five times. He covered forwards. He wasn't booed. The early reviews on the Cavs' revamped team are good, Brian Windhorst writes.
The Cavs wanted to do much more than please LeBron James with Thursday's trade. They were also trying to get their defense playoff-ready, writes Brian Windhorst.
When it comes to the situation developing in Chicago with fellow All-Star and headband-wearer Ben Wallace, LeBron James has a pretty strong opinion.