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LeBron James records triple-double on Cavs' ring night in 117-88 win over Knicks

By Jason Lloyd Published: October 25, 2016

CLEVELAND: LeBron James led his pack of teammates toward the banner this city has waited 52 years to see. Then he laid his newly-minted ring finger on the wine-colored banner before it was raised to the sky.

James delivered on his mission to bring a title to Cleveland. Now the Cavs are back at work trying to deliver another one.

James had 19 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds for his 43rd career triple-double and the Cavs opened defense of the franchise’s first championship by smashing the new-look New York Knicks 117-88 Tuesday night. James is now 3-0 on ring nights.

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Dan Gilbert refers to relationship with LeBron as 'partnership,' annual meeting coming soon

By Jason Lloyd Published: October 25, 2016

INDEPENDENCE: Cavs owner Dan Gilbert expects to sit down with LeBron James in the coming days for their annual meeting. Gilbert told 850-AM WKNR that he views his relationship with James as a partnership.

“We go deep and talk about stuff and figure out where we need to go with the partnership,” Gilbert told The Really Big Show on Tuesday morning. “It’s really a partnership when you think about it.”

It’s a partnership that has come a long way considering the bitter divorce the pair went through in 2010 when James left for Miami. Gilbert has consistently referred to that as “one bad night” during all of their years together.

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Pregame: Knicks at Cavs

By Jason Lloyd Published: October 25, 2016

Place: Quicken Loans Arena


Radio: WTAM 1100-AM, WAKR 1590-AM, WHBC 1480-AM,  La Mega 87.7-FM (Spanish)

Injury report: Cavs - Kay Felder (concussion) out; Knicks - .

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Kay Felder ruled out of Cavs opener with concussion

By Jason Lloyd Published: October 24, 2016

INDEPENDENCE: Kay Felder remains in the league’s concussion protocol and has been ruled out for Tuesday’s season opener against the New York Knicks. Felder’s absence leaves Iman Shumpert as the primary backup barring a trade before rosters are due into the league at 5 p.m.

Shumpert has struggled with ball-handling duties in the past, but the Cavs have few other options right now.

“We’re going to give Shumpert a look and see how he does,” Lue said. “If he’s comfortable with it and feels good when we’re doing it then we will continue to roll with Shump.”

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Cavs move up start time of opener to accommodate World Series

By Jason Lloyd Published: October 21, 2016

INDEPENDENCE: The Cavaliers have moved up the start time of Tuesday’s season opener to accommodate the Indians, who will host Game 1 across the plaza on the same evening.

The Cavs’ ring ceremony and banner raising will begin at 7 p.m. and the game against the Knicks will tip off at 7:30. The first pitch of the World Series is set for shortly after 8 p.m.

“Wanted to spread out 2 of the greatest sports moments in CLE history,” Cavs owner Dan Gilbert tweeted in explaining the change.

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