Author Archives: Luke Ross

Lebron’s Dominant Second Half Carries Cavs Past Hawks

LeBron James scored 32 of his 36 points in the second half as the Cavaliers beat the Hawks 98-94. Lebron started the game quietly scoring only four points in the first half. Then he came out in the second half

Cavaliers fall to New Orleans

The Hornets have been struggling to draw big crowds since returning this season from a two-year stint in Oklahoma City, a displacement forced by Hurricane Katrina. The Hornets were last in the NBA in attendance, averaging 11,462 fans, coming into

Christmas Day Showdown: Heat and Cavaliers Search for Answers

Two struggling teams will meet today at the Quicken Loans Arena for the national television holiday matinee. The Cavaliers (12-16) are looking for a spark and consistency after loosing 10 games in 13 games. The Cavaliers were booed at The

Source confirmed Andre Miller Trade Rumors

An NBA Source confirmed trade rumors between the Cavaliers and the 76ers but nothing appear to be serious at this point. The Cavaliers have been shopping for a point guard for the past two seasons. The Cavaliers are struggling with

Chicago Bulls fire Coach Scott Skiles

The Bulls fired Scott Skiles on Christmas Eve after a 9-16 start, the worst in the Eastern Conference. “Hardly a day goes by that I don’t demand accountability and stress results,” Skiles told the Chicago Tribune. “Today was my day

LeBron James’ company adds linebacker, Mike Flynt to client list

Mike Flynt, the 59-year-old grandfather who just finished his long-delayed senior season of college football, is the newest client of LeBron James’ LRMR Innovative Marketing & Branding company. James was very impressed and inspired by Flynt’s determination. “He didn’t allow

Cavaliers Hold Off Lakers

The highlight of the game last night was in the final moments when the two  superstars wanted to guard each other. “If you want to win ballgames you have to be able to take on the best player,” said James

Ugly night at the Garden

Did we reach the lowest point of the season yet? I sure hope so because this was the ugliest and the most embarrassing game for the Cavaliers. Today, the Daily News ran “Fire Isiah” signs in the paper for people to