2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
47-26, 1st in Central

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With only two weeks remaining in the regular season, the NBA scoring race is a dead heat between Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Harden was last season's runner-up to Stephen Curry.

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What makes an NBA coach? (1:08)
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14hMartín Bater I ESPN Digital

El delito de la defensa de los Cleveland Cavaliers

Los Cavaliers son uno de los peores 10 equipos de la NBA en términos de puntos permitidos por partido y también defendiendo triples esta temporada.

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Who do you blame for Cavs struggles?

The Next Level reacts to the Cavs poor defensive game vs. the Spurs and who is really to blame for the team's lack of effort, LeBron James or Tyronn Lue?

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Legler: Maybe Cavaliers won't reach Finals

ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler discusses the reasons for the Cavaliers' continued struggles, which teams could challenge Cleveland in the Eastern Conference and the state of the Warriors.

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Can Spurs push their success to the playoffs? (1:20)
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Are the Cavs in trouble? (1:56)
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R&K: Legs on the Cavs and Ken Jeong

The guys talk with Tim Legler about the Cavs struggles and if they're in trouble in the east, plus is Sam Hinkie about to get another shot and actor Ken Jeong stops by.

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Isaiah Thomas thinks the Cavaliers will be OK despite recent struggles. "They've been struggling for whatever reason but it's still an NBA-championship-caliber team. They're defending champions so it goes through them until someone eliminates them. I don't think you can be too worried about the things that they're struggling with right now. They're a really good team. Sooner or later they'll probably figure it out."

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Cavs among best-managed NBA franchises

We ranked every front office in the NBA, and the Cavs are near the top. Check back throughout the week as we break down the rankings into three categories: coaches, GMs and owners.

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The NBA's top-five teams have mostly beaten each other up this season. But after Monday's rout of the Cavs, the Spurs are 9-1 against Cleveland, Houston, Golden State and Boston, with the only loss coming by two points (Nov. 9 vs. Rockets).

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Cleveland's 103-74 loss at San Antonio dropped the Cavaliers to the No. 2 seed in the East behind the Celtics. The Cavs held sole possession of the East's best record for 129 straight days. They've at least shared for the lead since the end of play on Nov. 9, 2015.

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16hSN Staff

Vote: Are LeBron and the Cavs in trouble?

After the Cavaliers' blowout loss to the Spurs, the Celtics now lead the Eastern Conference standings. Are you concerned about the Cavs going forward?

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Stephen A. remains unconcerned about Cavs in East (1:41)
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MacMahon witnesses LeBron in San Antonio (2:23)
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Popovich plays down Cavs rout (0:54)
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Cavs drop to season low in latest power rankings (1:27)
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Spurs dominate the Cavs & a massive McDonald's All-American dunk (0:53)
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Kyrie getting reps in after Cavs' loss (0:30)

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.04th
Rebounds Per Game43.418th
Assists Per Game22.414th
Points Allowed106.821st

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-174726.644
2015-165725.695
2014-155329.646
2013-143349.402
2012-132458.293