Author Archives: GFO

Cavs Pound Wizards

The Cleveland Cavaliers played one of their best overall games and came away with a resounding victory over the Wizards 121-85. Zydrunas Ilgauskas was 10 for 10, the first time since 1973 that a player has not missed a field

Ira Newble to receive Humanitarian Award

The 100 Black Men of Greater Cleveland Inc., a chapter affiliate of The 100 Black Men of America, will present a special humanitarian award to Ira Newble on Feb. 9 at the Marriott Key Center. Newble is among five recipients

Playoff Hopefulls?

Michael Wallace of the Miami Herald gives us his opinion. As the midway point of the season approaches, the picture has become clearer. The haze of hope is fading into the reassurance of reality. With the majority of the NBA’s

Clear Fork’s Students Learn Cleveland Cavaliers offer more than just Basketball Jobs

Students from Clear Fork’s Tech Team, multimedia class, and the Future Career and Community Leaders of America learned recently there’s more to the Cleveland Cavaliers than LeBron James. The local students took part in the Cleveland Cavs Career Day on

Cavs Top Spurs

Boobie Gibson nailed a 3 pointer with less than a minute left to give the Cavs a two point lead as the Cavaliers beat the defending NBA champs 90-88.  Some Cleveland fans had a scare in the 3rd as LeBron

LeBron MVP?

Brian Windhorst thinks LBJ should be MVP.  It has been said and written many times recently that LeBron James is having the best season of his career. The Cavaliers are barely keeping their heads above water, heading toward the midpoint

LeBron James Ticketed Driving 101 mph

LeBron James’ 23rd birthday started with the flashing lightbar of a state patrol cruiser in Medina County and ended with flashing cameras in Las Vegas. The Cavaliers’ star was ticketed for driving 101 mph on Interstate 71 at 2:43 a.m.

Double OT win for Cavs

It took two OT’s but the Cavaliers walked away with a victory against the visiting Bobcats 113-106.  Most folks probably thought the Cavs were going to win in regulation as Larry Hughes nailed two free throws with 5 seconds left