Author Archives: Luke Ross

No execuses for Lebron, Better show up for Team USA or Else…

If LeBron James wants to assure himself of a trip to the Beijing Olympics, he’d better show up for Team USA in Las Vegas this summer. Team USA managing director Jerry Colangelo told ESPN.com that James could be jeopardizing his

LeBron Treated For Tendinitis

LeBron James received treatment for tendinitis in his right knee on Monday, one day after sitting out the Cavaliers’ loss in Boston. The All-Star forward is listed as a game-time decision for Tuesday night’s road game against Minnesota, the team

AT&T Provides a Virtual Tour of the Cavaliers Players Locker Room

AT&T Inc. today announced the AT&T Locker Room program, which gives Cavs fans an inside peek at the team’s “home” furnishings through a virtual online tour. Now through April 8, 2007, fans may visit cavs.com for the locker room tour

LeBron’s back to MVP form

A great article by Brian Windhorst on ESPN.com talks about James slump at the begining of the season and the “pep in the step” he regained since the All Star Break. “I’m just getting ready for the playoffs,” James deadpanned

Lebron is not the most popular NBA player in China

Lebron James remains fifth in jersey sales in the Chinese market behind Wade, Iverson, McGrady, and Kobe. Kobe Bryant has the top-selling jersey there, while sales of Yao Ming’s jersey in his home country continue to fall, according to results

Update: Free Coffee After Every Cavaliers Home Win

 This promotion is not valid anymore according to some sources at the Cavaliers.

Pistons’ Lindsey Hunter Suspended for drug use

Pistons’ point guard Lindsey Hunter has been suspended without pay for 10 games for testing positive for phentermine, a weight loss pill banned by the league. Hunter’s suspension will begin tonight when the Pistons play the Cavaliers.

Rasheed Wallace expected to play tonight

Wallace is expected back in uniform tonight when the Pistons the Cavaliers. He said the foot is not 100 percent but has noticeably improved since he injured it Feb. 25 against Chicago. He practiced for about an hour yesterday. “I