(AP) Kevin Love is already working toward next season.
As the Cavaliers are attempting to prolong their postseason run without him, the former All-Star forward ducked into the weight room inside Quicken Loans Arena for a workout. Love recently underwent surgery on his left shoulder, which was yanked from the socket in the first round by Boston's Kelly Olynyk.
Love has said he intends to exercise his player option and remain with the Cavs, who traded No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett for him last summer.
(AP) About 20 minutes before game time, the Cavaliers' in-arena host urged fans to put on their wine jerseys.
The Cavaliers' official colors are wine and gold, so the giveaway T-shirts hanging over the seats in the arena were a maroon color.
But some Cavs fans were already wearing Cavs jerseys or hats, and they looked nothing what LeBron James was wearing in Game 6 - or when he played here from 2003-10.
Same fans in the arena were wearing orange and blue, the colors when Mark Price played in the 1990s. There were even some with the black and blue from the late 1990s.
To see how much the Cavaliers' uniforms have changed through the years check out -http://www.nba.com/cavaliers/history/uniform-history.html and see if you remember them all.
(AP) Just passing 9 p.m., a late time to start a game.
Steve Kerr knows it.
His pregame press conference included a plea to NBA officials to begin the games earlier and cut down on all the waiting time the teams have to endure.
Kerr had joked last week in Cleveland that it felt like the games were starting at 11 p.m. It was so much easier Sunday for him in Game 5 in Oakland, California, where the 5 p.m. local start meant he was at work in the arena by early afternoon.
He knows that can't always happen, but he would love something better than he faced before Game 6.
Kerr says, "I used to work in TV, so I understand. But just like, 8 o'clock would be OK. 8:15 even."
(AP) Timofey Mozgov remains in the starting lineup for the Cavaliers. Let's see how long he gets to stay on the floor now that Game 6 has tipped off.
The 7-foot-1 center spent almost all of Game 5 on the bench as Cavaliers coach David Blatt went with a small lineup to match up with the one the Warriors were using. Mozgov started but was pulled early and limited to just 9 minutes in that one.
He had scored a career-best 28 points in Game 4 while easily shooting over smaller defenders, so Blatt could leave him out there this time in hopes the Russian big man can do it again.