Cleveland Cavaliers big man Andre Drummond announced today that he plans to return to the Cavs next year. He'll be accepting his player option for next year worth $28.75 million.
Drummond, who was traded to Cleveland all the way back in February, is nearly 27 years old. He's still considerably
First and foremost, I hope that everyone reading this is safe and healthy. While we miss live sports, it is a great time to reflect on what makes these games so special. As we navigate through these strange times, let's take a look back at the NBA's strangest stories
With the current lack of sports to cover globally, we’ve come up with a thought-evoking topic regarding NBA teams and their former players called NBA Throwback. It’s always fun to compare across eras and build “All Time Starting 5s” with players from your favorite team. But what if you could
The Cavaliers have had a couple rough seasons since LeBron James departed once more, and that really takes a toll on fans. But, I'm here to provide some hope for us Cavs fans. Here are my seven reasons to not lose hope as a Cavaliers fan.
Number One: Collin Sexton
The second year guard out of the University of Alabama, Collin Sexton, has been on a year this season. After a second team All-Rookie team berth last year, Sexton still isn’t satisfied. His second half of the season last year is what earned him the honor.
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Tuesday, it was announced that second year guard Collin Sexton will represent Cleveland in the Rising Stars game. Sexton replaces Tyler Herro, who is listed out with an injury.
Collin Sexton is playing in the Rising Stars game for the first time in his career this year and is the