The Observer

Cavs swept up by Hurricane Durant: a look back at the NBA Finals

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor June 28, 2017

  The beginning of June brings the start of many different phenomena. Consistent warm weather in Cleveland is one. Hurricane season is another. The Cleveland Cavaliers and their fans found out...

Smith: The epic legacy of LeBron James & the Cleveland Cavaliers

Kevin Smith, Columnist September 2, 2016

Not many real life stories get fairy tale endings, but the Cleveland Cavaliers have made the exception. This summer, we witnessed them lift a 52-year old curse from a city plagued by a series of misfortunate...

Welcome to the city of champions

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter August 20, 2016

Cleveland has chewed its nails to the cuticle throughout the last 50 years. In 1964 the Cleveland Browns defeated the Baltimore Colts for the National Football League Championship before the Super Bowl...

Taleb: What the Cavaliers win really means for Cleveland and the world

Nardine Taleb, Opinion Editor June 23, 2016

The buzz really started at one minute and nine seconds, after the score was locked 89 – 89. There was this calm sense, at least in the Quicken Loans Arena, that anything could happen in the next minute...

NBA champions or bust

Veijay Raj, Staff Reporter April 15, 2016

The NBA playoffs are set to begin on April 16 as the Cleveland Cavaliers begin their seven-game series versus the Detroit Pistons. Last year, a Finals exit by the hand of Stephen Curry’s Golden State...

A debate on LeBron James’ place amongst the greatest of all time

JP. O'Hagan, Billy Heyen, Noah Crowley, and Viejay Raj February 26, 2016

Welcome to Point/Counterpoint, the back and forth sports bar style debate column. This week we brought a full team on board to debate LeBron James’s place in NBA history in light of ESPN’s recently...

To fire or not to fire, that is the question

JP. O'Hagan and Billy Heyen January 29, 2016

Welcome to Point/Counterpoint, the back and forth sports bar style debate column. This week we are taking on the Cavaliers firing of head coach David Blatt, the impact it will have, and the reasons behind...

Moves need to be made to make Cavs contenders

Billy Heyen, Staff Reporter January 29, 2016

Heading into the 2014-15 NBA season, the Cleveland Cavaliers traded their most recent first overall pick Andrew Wiggins and other assets to acquire Kevin Love from the Minnesota Timberwolves. To the casual...

Cavs season opens with high hopes

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter October 30, 2015

The Cleveland Cavaliers have finished an offseason of improvement. After reaching the NBA finals and losing in six games to the Golden State Warriors, the Cavaliers spent their summer fighting to retain...

Cavaliers hold Cleveland’s championship hope

Noah Crowley, Contributing Reporter August 21, 2015

The Cleveland Cavaliers are currently the single greatest hope for a major sports championship in Northeast Ohio. The last time “The Land” has won a major sports championship was back in 1964: the...

Load More Stories
Activate Search