Despite all of the perceived bad blood between former teammates Kyrie Irving and LeBron James, their bridge apparently has not been burned just yet.
Stephen Curry is usually the one doing his opponents dirty, but it was quite the opposite upon the end of Saturday’s game against the Boston Celtics.
LeBron James didn’t let any past beefs get in the way of him drafting players for his All-Star team.
With the Cleveland Cavaliers imploding and the Boston Celtics thriving, it’s easy to second-guess the Cavs’ trade of Kyrie Irving this past summer.
When top 2018 college basketball recruit Zion Williamson committed to Duke on Saturday night, the high schooler cited the “Duke brotherhood” as a big reason for his decision.
Did the Cleveland Cavaliers handling of the Kyrie Irving trade cause them to lose LeBron James’ trust?
Appearing Thursday on ESPN 850 WKNR in Cleveland, veteran basketball insider Brian Windhor
Whether he was serious or not, Kyrie Irving will forever be known as the NBA player who refused to accept the scientific argument behind the Earth being spherical, not flat.
Kyrie Irving took note of LeBron James getting animated in a team huddle while the Cleveland Cavaliers were getting blown out by the Toronto Raptors on Thursday night.