Author Archives: Luke Ross

Bittersweet Change for Drew Gooden

Gooden played a major role in his 3 years with the Cavaliers and fans will miss him. He was part of the big blockbuster deal that sent him to the Bulls. Leaving Cleveland was not easy for Gooden, “They said

Cavaliers Signed Dickens and Thomas From D-League

As the Cleveland Cavaliers await for the new players to suit up and pass physicals, Cavaliers have signed forward Kaniel Dickens and guard Billy Thomas from the Colorado 14ers of the NBA Development League. With only six healthy players available

Daniel Gibson is out 4-6 Weeks

Gibson underwent an MRI at the Cleveland Clinic by Head Team Physician Dr. Richard Parker and confirmed the injury he suffered during the second quarter of the Indiana Pacers game. He is expected to be out four to six weeks.

Done Deal: Wallace from Bulls, Szczerbiak from Sonics

Danny Ferry pulled the trigger on a big deal that would add toughness and shooters.Basically the Cavs get:From Chicago: Ben Wallace and Joe Smith, and second round pick in 2009.From Sonics: Wally Szczerbiak and Delonte West.Chicago Bulls Get:Larry Hughes, Drew

Blockbuster Deal, Cavs get Wallace from Bulls, Szczerbiak from Sonics

In a three-way trade with Chicago and Seattle that has been submitted for league approval, NBA front-office sources say that Cleveland will come away with four new teammates for James, headlined by Ben Wallace from the Bulls and sharpshooter Wally

Blockbuster Trade In The Work?

According to Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal, the Cavaliers are working on a blockbuster trade that doesn’t involve Mike Miler. According to his blog post, the Cavaliers “are being very active and are in talks over a blockbuster

Gibson Injured Ankle in Game Against Indiana

Daniel Gibson sprained his left ankle in the third quarter  against the Indiana Pacers and did not return. Gibson was helped off the court by teammates. A Cavaliers spokesman said X-rays were negative, and the team would re-evaluate the injury

Nelly and Hughes to Build Indoor Athletic Complex

Hip-hop artist Nelly and Larry Hughes, who knew each other socially and through charity work, want to build a $30 million air-supported indoor athletic complex near the Page Avenue extension in St. Louis to house soccer, softball, football, lacrosse and