Author Archives: Luke Ross

Larry Hughes will have surgery Tuesday

Cavaliers guard Larry Hughes will have surgery on his fractured right long finger Tuesday. Surgery will be performed by Dr. Thomas J. Graham, Chief of the Curtis National Hand Center at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Following surgery, a

FSN Ohio To Present Cavaliers Basketball In High Definition

FSN Ohio announced today a nine-game package presenting the Cavaliers in high definition television (HDTV). Steve Liverani, Vice President and General Manager, FSN Ohio, made the announcement. The first of nine Cavaliers games in HDTV will debut on Monday, February

Boozer expects to play tonight against Minnesota

Boozer, who missed the first 49 games with a strained hamstring, said he will play Friday night when the Utah Jazz visit the Minnesota Timberwolves. “I don’t know how long I’ll play. You’ve got to ask Coach that. But I’ll

LeBron James in talks with EA Sports

James and his management team are in talks with EA Sports about a video game endorsement contract. The sports game industry leader makes the wildly popular John Madden NFL video game along with the Tiger Woods PGA Tour game. The

Cavaliers 106, Hawks 97

James had 38 points, nine rebounds and six assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers won their third straight game, 106-97 on Wednesday night. The Cavaliers were winning 94-93 with 3:17 left when Donyell Marshall hit a 3-pointer that started a 12-4

Andriuskevicius Assigned to Arkansas Rimrockers

The Cleveland Cavaliers have assigned forward/center Martynas Andriuskevicius to the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. “We think Marty has made good progress thus far with strength and conditioning, practice and adjusting

Who is starting tonight against the Nuggets?

According to Michael Reghi from FSN Ohio, Drew Gooden and Z will start tonight. Mike Brown will bring Damon Jones off the bench and start Ira Newble hoping that he will be able to slow Carmelo in tonight’s game against

Injuries turn players into spectators

Brian Windhorst of the Beacon Journal has a nice article summarizing the last seven games since Hughes went down. “The Cavs have averaged 92 points, 10 below their average in the first 28 games, and all five losses have been