Someone Explain the Review Rule to Ty Lue

After Game 1 of the NBA Finals, a game in which LeBron James had a career playoff high 51 points and the most isolation plays in the past three years, a game in which the Cavaliers should have won but didn’t, Ty Lue was naturally despondent post-game. He fixated on one reason for the loss…

Cavs Face The Summer Dreaming About Paul George

Cavs Free Agents: Kyle Korver, James Jones, Derrick Williams, Deron Williams 2015-16  Cavs Weaknesses: 30th: Steals. 29th: 2-Point Attempts, Center Scoring. 28th: Bench Points. 27th: Shooting Guard Scoring.  25th: Blocks. 23rd: Free Throw Percentage. 21st: Offensive Rebounding. 2015-16 Cavs Strengths: 1st: Power Forward Scoring. 2nd: Three Point Attempts, Three Point Percentage,Offensive Rating. 3rd: 2-Point Percentage.  4th: Points, Starters Points. 5th: Field Goal Percentage. 6th: Point Guard Scoring. 7th: Defensive Rebounding, Frontcourt Scoring, Points in the Paint. 9th: Starters Points. Highest Contracts…

Cavs Playoff Preview: No Pressure on Lue

When Cleveland made the decision to fire their head coach and replace him with assistant Ty Lue who they inked to a multi-year deal, instead of suffocating him with an interim label, they were announcing that this year would be Lue’s learning curve. If he got them to the Finals and lost, Lue wouldn’t be…

Ty Lue Report Card: Offense is Better, Defense Is Worse

There’s enough of sample size to evaluate if the Cavs coaching change was worth the drama it caused, or if it was one more reactionary Cavs thing that didn’t impact the present. For all of the headlines and instant furor that firing David Blatt created-whose only crime was LeBron James entitlement, meaning he was no worse…