- Sources: Cavs want Love with or without LeBron
- Browns sign Robinson to provide depth at OL
- Carrasco's elbow just bruised after line drive
- Indians activate Alonso, add Rzepczynski on minors deal
The Cavaliers have not made Kevin Love available for trades entering Thursday's draft, and regardless of what decision LeBron James makes about his future, they have interest in keeping Love, sources said.
Corey Kluber became the first pitcher with 11 wins this season, and Jose Ramirez and Jason Kipnis hit three-run homers as the Indians routed the Chicago White Sox 12-0 on Wednesday.
ESPN College Basketball analyst Jay Bilas joined Rizz and Hammer to discuss the Cavs options with the 8th pick in the draft.
Combining performance so far with projections, we break down which groups of starters are elite and which are baseball's weakest.
A good or bad season before hitting the market could be a difference of millions of dollars. See who is (and isn't) making the most of his contract year.
Mike Clevinger struck out 10 and allowed one run in 7 2/3 innings, and the Cleveland Indians defeated the Chicago White Sox 6-3 on Tuesday night.
Russillo on all the LeBron and Kawhi rumors plus Jay Bilas previews the NBA Draft and Bobby Marks tells the story of trying to sign LeBron when he was with the Nets.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss if LeBron James going to Houston is out of the picture, if the Astros can get any better than this, if the Angels are failing Mike Trout and more.
Tony Reali and the national panel debate if Chris Paul is leaking information about LeBron preferring LA over Houston, preview the NBA Draft, discuss Julio Jones hanging out with T.O. and much more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Izzy Gutierrez question if Chris Paul is telling people that LeBron wants to play in LA, if Jay-Z can make Puma a legitimate competitor, how teams should feel about Doncic comparing himself to LeBron and much more.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
A few days before his father was indicted by the Turkish government, Enes Kanter hosted the Enes Kanter Camp organized by NYC Basketball Kids and Playbook in New York City over the weekend. He took a few minutes to answer some questions from ESPN.com. Here, Kanter talks about why he publicly challenged LeBron James to sign with the Knicks: "I will say this man: he is trying to be the best ever. If you win in New York, then people can say, ‘OK you're the goat. You're the best ever.'" Kanter said on Saturday. "There's no way he's going to win for whatever more years in Cleveland. (Michael) Jordan won three (titles with the Bulls after his first three-peat in Chicago) but I don't think it's going to happen in Cleveland. So I just think if he wins in a bigger city like New York, it would be amazing." Kanter would likely need to take a pay-cut to give the Knicks a chance to sign James, something he's aware of. The Knicks of course, have no chance to sign James this summer, though it's possible that they get a meeting with James because of his relationship with new coach David Fizdale and the front office's relationship with others close to James.
Bomani Jones & Pablo Torre discuss the reality of LeBron James coming to the Lakers, Julio Jones working out with T.O and how great Mike Trout is playing.
Rizz and Hammer read emails from fans and reminisce about where they were when the Cavs won the championship and broke the Cleveland sports curse two years ago today.
How are Indians players faring in the second American League All-Star ballot update?
Jason Fitz has an in-depth conversation with Grammy Award Winning group Rascall Flatts about touring, group therapy and more. (6:45) Then chats with "The Voice" contestant JessLee about her new album, her time working with Blake Shelton and more. (23:00)