Author Archives: Luke Ross

Cavaliers 2007-08 Schedule Is Out

The Cavaliers will open the 2007-08 season at the Q October 31 in a nationally-televised game against the Dallas Mavericks. (Download Schedule) The Cavaliers will then play host to the New York Knicks before heading out West for a six-game

Kevin Garnett Going to Boston

Kevin Garnett is leaving Minnesota after the Boston Celtics agreed to acquire the All-Star forward in a multiplayer trade with the Timberwolves, a Celtics official told The Associated Press on Monday.Among the players who could be headed to Minnesota are

The Cavaliers and Flash Seats Filed Suit Against Ticketmaster

Flash Seats and the Cleveland Cavaliers have filed suit against Ticketmaster, the dominant ticketing company in professional sports. The complaint was filed today in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. In the complaint, Flash Seats and

Golden State Warriors Interested in Gooden?

Trade talks between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers regarding Drew Gooden and Anderson Varejao have been rumored in the past few days. League sources indicated on Thursday that Gooden may be moved to the Warriors for the Traded

Brian Windhorst and Terri Pluto Writing a New Book About the Cavaliers

The two top beat writers of the Akron Beacon Journal are releasing a new book titled “The Franchise: Lebron James and the Remaking of the Cleveland Cavaliers”. The book is scheduled to be released on October 19th. You can pre-order

LeBron vs. Dwyane Wade On Christmas Day

The Cavaliers will play the Miami Heat at The Q in a Christmas Day NBA game to be shown on ABC, the Miami Herald reported today. The Herald reported that the Cavs-Heat game is part of a schedule that is

Face of USA Basketball, Kobe or Lebron?

The Face cannot have blemishes which mean no bashing teammates, demanding trades, slamming management or otherwise shady behavior. “The 22-year-old star is wise beyond his years and arguably the best player on Team USA – and he does it all

Cavaliers Standing Still

Since the start of free agency this summer, a number of free agent point guards signed reasonable deals elsewhere, leaving little in the way of help at the team’s weakest spot. So who is left in the market? Jason Kline