If we stay committed to what our plan is and we keep working with our guys and keep developing, we will get there. "In the meantime, our effort, our performance, our commitment and our selflessness on the court and off the court -- again this can’t be just a one-off thing because we have to dive into our community and be part of our community -- I think the fans will accept us for that and see what we are trying to do and be OK with it until we get to where we want to be and that’s with the wins...
On a sun-splashed Friday morning, in front of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach J.B. Bickerstaff grabbed box after box and loaded cars with food and personal protective equipment. The Cavs and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank have a long-standing partnership. Friday’s drive-through food distribution, serving around 350 local families in need who pre-registered at CavsFeedCle.com, was another chance to team up and pay it forward during this challenging time.
As a part of the "Team Up For Change" virtual summit on social injustice, the Cleveland Cavaliers will host the first of its two virtual conversations on Thursday night. Thursday's night's virtual conversation will feature Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, Police Chief Calvin Williams and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish. The free event will run from 6 p.m.