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LeBron set to return

LeBron James is expected to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ lineup Tuesday, according to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. The forward has missed the last five games with a sprained left index finger. Anderson Varejao has signed with the Cavaliers and may

Kidd’s Future

Brian Windhorst from the ABJ fills us in.  The Jason Kidd-to-the-Cavs stories are certainly sexy, at least in a basketball sense. And after Kidd’s comments to Sports Illustrated last week, there’s some rationale. There’s his contract issues and the weird

LeBron tops Forbes list

Sports stars, both men and women, topped the list of the under 25 year-old big earners thanks to multi-million dollar endorsement deals, according to the Web site Forbes.com. LeBron James, considered one of the most gifted basketball players of his

Blowout in Washington

Another blowout for the Cavaliers.  The Cavaliers have lost 5 games in a row, losing to the Wizards 105-86.  How is it that Z continues to get lack of touches, while Sasha and Shannon continue to hoist up bombs.  For

LeBron to sit out Nets Game

According to sources with the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James will sit out his third consecutive full game tonight with a sprained left index finger. The Cavs (9-9) host the New Jersey Nets (8-9) at 7 p.m. In an unexpected yet

Varejao a Bobcat?

The Charlotte Bobcats appear poised to sign big man Anderson Varejao to an offer sheet, although that’s a long way from actually having Varejao on their roster. A Brazilian publication, UOL Sporte, quoted Varejao as saying he’s signing a three-year

Cavs lost to Toronto

The Cavaliers could not sum up the will and ability to beat the Toronto Raptors Friday night.  The lost 91-82, a score that if you didn’t watch the game might think it was closer than it was.  Even though both

Kidd and James?

Ian Thomsen from SI.Com has an interesting article about Jason Kidd: It would be wrong to say that Kidd’s ambition to play for a contender puts the Nets in a weak position. Just the opposite: His desire to compete makes