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CavsNews reported back on August 9th that Allan Houston was thinking about a comeback and that Cleveland was one of his possible choices.Â Well unfortunately Allan Houston signed a contract this afternoon to rejoin the Knicks. The 36-year-old former All-Star
Chances are you remember how LeBron James cemented his legacy as a superstar on the night of May 31, 2007. Whether you were watching live on TV, listening on the radio, eating breakfast the next morning while watching “SportsCenter,” or
Gilbert Arenas, has been held out of training camp for precautionary reasons, should be in the lineup when the Wizards play the Cavaliers on Tuesday. Arenas is still recovering from knee surgery, but should be able to play on Tuesday.
Jemele Hill from ESPN.COM conducted a interview with Drew Gooden.Â Per Jemele the Cleveland Cavaliers forward is definitely a trendsetter, in language — and in hair. You probably remember the strange patch of hair Gooden grew on the back of
Someone thought that the career leader in assists and 19th in league history with a three-point field-goal of 40.2% might be of some helpÂ The Memphis Grizzlies signed Mark Price, the NBA’s all-time free-throw percentage leader, as their shooting coach.
The Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday traded guard David Wesley to the New Orleans Hornets for forward Cedric Simmons. Simmons, 21, was a 2006 first-round pick by the Hornets, who buried him on the bench for most of his rookie campaign.Â
LeBron James discussed every thing from the Cavaliers’ new practice facility to his eye sur gery and the Indians’ chances in the playoffs in an exclusive telephone interview with The Plain Dealer on Thursday. James spoke after completing a conference