ALL NBA Finals games against Golden State will be broadcast on ABC as well as the ABC or ESPN app. Please note you will need to authenticate your cable or satellite provider when accessing coverage on the go.
FOX Sports Ohio
Before and after all Cavs playoffs games, FOX Sports Ohio will provide pre- and postgame coverage hosted by Jeff Phelps and Campy Russell that will include reporting and analysis from Fred McLeod, Austin Carr and Allie Clifton, with guest appearances from former Cavs coach Mike Fratello. FOX Sports Ohio will additionally air all first-round Cavs games not selected for exclusive national broadcast on ABC. McLeod and Carr will call the action with Clifton reporting. All of the network’s playoff programming will stream on FOX Sports GO as well. Fans can stop by the FOX Sports Ohio tent at Cavs Fan Fest prior to all home games for photos and prizes.
FOX Sports GO
Watching FOX Sports Ohio's Cleveland Cavaliers coverage is easier than ever. Download the FOX Sports GO app available in the iTunes or Google Play stores or visit FOXSportsGO.com. Live Cavs programming is available to stream on any computer or device by authenticating with your login credentials on file with your cable provider. All live FSGO Cavs programming is also available via the Cavaliers mobile app available in the iTunes and Google Play stores
NBA League Pass & NBA TV
NBA LEAGUE PASS is a regular season package that provides subscribers with NBA games from outside the FOX Sports Ohio viewing area. Stream up to four (4) games at once on your favorite devices including season-making moments from NBA history for the first time or fifteenth time.
Do you want to feel like you’re a member of the Cavaliers? Now there’s a place to go ... CavsHQ on FOX Sports Ohio. And it’s not just another sports show. Join Cavaliers insiders and special guests as they’ll give you a unique look at the Wine & Gold and plenty of other topics.
All Cavaliers 2018 playoff games will be broadcast on WTAM 1100 and the Cavaliers Radio Network with John Michael, Jim Chones and Mike Snyder. La MEGA 87.7 FM will broadcast all games in Spanish with Rafa Hernandez Brito providing the game call.
- Akron - WAKR 1590 AM
- Ashland, KY - WCMI 1340 AM
- Ashtabula - WFUN 970 AM
- Ashtabula - WZOO FM 102.5
- Canton - WHBC 1480 AM
- Celina - WCSM AM 1350
- Celina - WCSM FM 96.7
- Cincinnati - WCKY AM 1530
- Cincinnati - WSAI AM 1360
- Cleveland - WTAM 1100 (Flagship)
- Cleveland - WMMS FM 100.7
- Columbus - WVKO AM 1580
- Columbus - WXZX FM 105.7
- Dover / New Phil - WJER 1450 AM
- Fostoria - WFOB 1430 AM
- Huntington, WVa. - WRVC AM 930
- Huntington, WVa. - WRVC FM 94.1
- Lima - WWSR FM 93.1
- Lima - WCIT AM 940
- Lorain/Elyria - WEOL 930 AM
- Mansfield - WRGM AM 1440
- Mansfield - WRGM FM 97.3
- Marietta - WMOA 1490 AM
- McConnellsville - WJAW 100.9 FM
- Norwalk - WLKR 95.3 FM
- Painesville - WABQ 1460 AM
- Sandusky - WLEC AM 1450
- Wooster - WQKT 104.5 FM
- Youngstown - WNIO AM 1390
Cavs Radio Coverage
Join play-by-play announcer John Michael and Cavaliers Legend Jim Chones all season long on the Elk & Elk Cavaliers Radio Network. Mike Snyder returns as the studio host for pregame, halftime and postgame shows and former OSU great and NBA player Brad Sellers will be in the postgame studio.
The Cavaliers will broadcast all regular season and postseason games in Spanish on Murray Hill Broadcasting’s 87.7 FM La Mega, offering fans in the fast-growing northeast Ohio Hispanic market a chance to follow the team on Cleveland’s first Spanish radio station. Veteran broadcaster Rafael Hernandez Brito will bring his high energy play-by-play style to each game broadcast.
Tune in to Newsradio WTAM 1100 for the brand new "CavsHQ" as Cavaliers insiders and special guests give you a unique look at the Wine & Gold and plenty of other topics.
Listen Live: Click here to listen live to CavsHQ during its scheduled date and time.
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