CLEVELAND -- Second-grader Andrew Caronchi watched the Cavaliers win the title over the Warriors this past June. But he doesn't remember "The Stop" that Kevin Love had late against Steph Curry. He doesn't particularly remember LeBron James' block or Kyrie Irving's 3, either.
The Cleveland Cavaliers became the latest group to try to take part in the water bottle flip challenge. Unlike others, however, LeBron James and his teammates made their attempts during a nationally televised NBA game. The Cavs beat the New York Knicks 126-94 on Wednesday, but during the waning moments
Tyler Johnson said he got up to speed in what turned into a career-best scoring night by slowing down. To the Miami Heat guard, Wednesday's 27-point performance was as simple as that. "I felt like I was starting to see where I could just slow down," Johnson said as the Heat turned their