LeBron James may not be as explosive as he used to be, but that doesn't mean he isn't as effective, writes Brian Windhorst.
By sacrificing his point guard duties to LeBron James, Kyrie Irving has adjusted his on-court game and the Cavs are winning, writes Brian Windhorst.
As LeBron James' patience runs thin, the Cavaliers' leader must start setting a better example for this young, inexperienced team, writes Brian Windhorst.
On a team still finding its way, Cavaliers coach David Blatt might have the most room to grow.
LeBron James missed the Cleveland Cavaliers' morning shootaround with a cold but started Monday night against the Denver Nuggets.
LeBron James praises Kyrie Irving's scoring but says the struggling Cavaliers need more balance on offense.
EnergySolutions Arena has become one of LeBron James' most disliked places in the NBA, as he lost to the Utah Jazz in the final five seconds for the fourth time since 2007 on Wednesday night.
LeBron James seems to be letting young Cavaliers fail to eventually pull them toward his way of thinking.
LeBron James and Damian Lillard have cleared the air concerning some negative tweets Lillard posted more than three years ago that became public last week.
After a letdown in their opener, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers notched a win over the Chicago Bulls that has meaning, even in October.
The Cavs fell flat in their opener after months of hype. But LeBron & Co. were glad to just get it over with, writes Brian Windhorst.
LeBron James has accomplished a lot in his career, but the one thing left to do is become a hero in Cleveland, writes Brian Windhorst.
After a summer and fall of good feelings, the Cleveland Cavaliers are facing their first bit of tension involving LeBron James because of contract extension talks with teammate Tristan Thompson.
In a preseason clash of the Cavaliers and the Bulls, two things became clear: The Cavs are primed to be a fearsome offensive juggernaut, and Derrick Rose really and finally looks like he's back, writes Brian Windhorst.
Less than two weeks before their first regular-season meeting, LeBron James believes the Chicago Bulls are better than his Cleveland Cavaliers.
LeBron James' main goal for the Cavs' trip to Rio was to help his team get in the groove, Brian Windhorst writes.