Author Archives: Luke Ross

James in crunch time

How James performs when the pressure is on in crunch time has been an issue recently. He has never hit a game-winning shot, while a contemporary like Carmelo Anthony has already made five. Actually, James has made two buzzer-beating shots

Cavs – Z – Gooden – Hughes = ?

Ilgauskas is the latest victim, his worrisome left knee acting up. He has loose cartilage in the knee, a result of many years of wear and tear, and the Cavs know that occasionally it will flare up. He’ll be a

Police Uncover Cavs Merchandise Theft Ring At The Q

Cleveland police have uncovered a theft ring that has netted thousands of dollars in stolen Cavaliers merchandise at Quicken Loans Arena, and at least two suspects in the case have been arrested, reported NewsChannel5’s Joe Pagonakis. Cleveland police said arena

NBA players receive a $102 per diem for food

NBA players receive a $102 per diem for food on road under collective bargaining agreement, Brian Windhorst from the Akron Beacon Journal writes. “NBA teams stay at the finest hotels, and perhaps no one eats finer. After getting a slight

Torn knee cartilage to sideline Nets McInnis

New Jersey Nets guard Jeff McInnis will be sidelined indefinitely with a left knee injury. The team announced on Monday that McInnis has torn cartilage in the knee. McInnis suffered the injury in a 110-77 loss at Dallas on Saturday,

Blazers Edged the Cavaliers

Ruben Patterson and Zach Randolph each had 16 points and seven rebounds and the Portland Trail Blazers edged the Cavaliers 89-87 Sunday night. LeBron James had 29 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists for the Cavaliers, who lost their fourth

Anderson Varejao might play tonight

Brian Windhirst of the Akron Beacon Journal reports “There’s a good chance Anderson Varejao will make his season debut tonight against the Lakers at the Staples Center. Varejao, out all year after offseason shoulder surgery, has been cleared for practice

LeBron Can’t See Himself Being a Knicks

“It’s obligatory for New York writers to ask LeBron James if he would consider New York when he becomes a free agent at the end of his rookie contract in two more years. But it’s impossible to imagine him ever