2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
50-32, 1st in Central
What if all 30 teams made their pitch to LeBron via billboard? (2:58)

The Get Up squad talks NBA Draft

The Get Up squad breaks down the NBA Draft, and Collin Sexton implores LeBron to stay after being drafted by the Cavs. Plus, Ryen Russilo and Jay Williams analyze the draft.


2018 Post-draft reactions

Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han and Jackie MacMullan offer reactions to the Luka Doncic trade (2:45), other draft surprises (19:15), the implications on free agency (22:55), the next steps in the Kawhi situation (38:40) and picks they liked (44:50).

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11hDave McMenamin

GM Altman: Cavs, LeBron have 'a good dialogue'

Cavs GM Koby Altman said he and LeBron James' camp "continue to have good dialogue" with about a week to go before James has to inform the Cavs whether he intends to pick up the option on his contract.


Colin Sexton, CLE

The Eastern Conference champions add more depth at the guard position with Collin Sexton.

Sexton is picked by Cavs, makes pitch for LeBron to stay (1:24)
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17hDave McMenamin

New Cavaliers PG Sexton to LeBron: 'Let's do it'

The Cavaliers selected Collin Sexton with the No. 8 pick of the NBA draft, and the athletic Alabama point guard did not waste time making his pitch to LeBron James.

Stephen A.: Cavs 'value' Kevin Love (1:22)
Cavs prefer to keep Love with or without LeBron (1:10)
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2dDave McMenamin

Sources: Cavs want Love with or without LeBron

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.


RR: Jay Bilas & Bobby Marks

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.


Is LeBron To Houston Ruled Out?

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.


Is CP3 Snitching On LeBron?

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.


Is Chris Paul A Tattletale?

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.

Is Kawhi to Cleveland a possibility? (1:55)
Scott: Cavs need 'All-Star caliber player' to keep LeBron (1:48)

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.


Where Is LeBron James Headed?

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.

How the Rockets can get LeBron (2:22)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Shaquille O'Neal joined draft prospects Mikal Bridges, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Marvin Begley III to host a day of mentorship for teens in Brooklyn with The Y and provide apparel from JCPenney. O'Neal said the look on the teens' faces reminded him of how he felt when he saw Julius Erving and David Robinson as a child and teen. "I understand the look so I just try to give them the key ingredients to make," O'Neal said. "It's the same thing I did. It ain't no rocket science on how to get here. For me it was, listen to my mom and dad, work hard and believe. That's it…. I followed those three principles and they got me to this point thus far."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Shaquille O'Neal provided some advice to draft prospects Mikal Bridges, Marvin Bagley III and Jaren Jackson Jr. O'Neal and the soon-to-be rookies hosted a day of mentorship for teens in Brooklyn with The Y and provide them apparel from JCPenney. Here's Bridges on receiving advice from O'Neal: "There's a lot fo links in his belt," said Bridges, who said he learned a significant amount from O'Neal: "He's won championships with the Lakers - that's what I dream about.... It's great to hear from someone who has been throughthe process and been through it at the highest level." Bridges is scheduled to work out for Cleveland next week, his final workout before the NBA Draft.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Mikal Bridges joined Shaquille O'Neal and draft prospects Jaren Jackson Jr. and Marvin Begley III to host a day of mentorship for teens in Brooklyn with The Y and provide apparel from JCPenney: "It means the world," Bridges said of speaking to the teens. "It shows it's bigger than us. I just tried to show the kids what we've been through, what can help you. They've never been through it, and to have someone who has been through an experience and can tell you about it, it can be helpful." Bridges has worked out for several teams, including the Knicks and Sixers. He's scheduled to work out for Cleveland next week.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Shaquille O'Neal joined draft prospects Mikal Bridges, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Marvin Begley III to host a day of mentorship for teens in Brooklyn with The Y and provide apparel from JCPenney. O'Neal was asked about LeBron James' free agency. He believes that if James' decision hinges on putting himself in the best position to win a title, it will be difficult for James to beat the Golden State Warriors. "Golden State turning themselves into a dynasty is making it hard for other teams to compete so he's either going to say, ‘I want to get four before (the Warriors) get four' and do a quick fix or Cleveland's going to have to do a lot of phone calls and lot of moves to get him the squad he wants," O'Neal said. "But it's going to be difficult. You have three superstars on one team that actually play the right way. Even with LeBron (on a roster), if you don't play the right way it doesn't matter."

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.95th
Rebounds Per Game42.123rd
Assists Per Game23.412th
Points Allowed109.926th

Team History