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Another Free Agent is Gobbled Up

Free-agent forward Rashard Lewis, who has played his entire nine-year NBA career in Seattle, is headed to Orlando after agreeing to a long-term deal with the Magic, according to multiple reports. An Orlando television station, WKMG Local 6, reported Monday

Q&A With Bob Finnan

Bob Finnan is one of the areas more dynamic writers. Finnan, from The Morning Journal, has covered sports in Northeast Ohio since graduating from Kent State University in 1980. Bob just finished his 12th year covering the Cavaliers and has

Jason Kapono To Become a Raptor

Free agent sharpshooter Jason Kapono has quickly reached an agreement Sunday to leave the Miami Heat and sign a four-year deal believed to be worth $24 million with the Toronto Raptors. Source: ESPN.com

Cavaliers Scream Team Auditions

The Scream Team will be conducting auditions on Saturday, July 21st at 9:00 a.m.  Auditions will take place at St. Edwards High School at 13500 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, OH. Candidates must be at least 18 years old by November 1st,

Pavlovic and Varejao receive qualifying offers

The Cleveland Cavaliers, as expected, have tendered qualifying offers to Sasha Pavlovic and Anderson Varejao. This means that each player qualifies as a restricted free agent and also gives the Cavaliers the right of first refusal on re-signing each. Pavlovic,

Free Agency Starts Sunday

What does this year’s free agency look like? It all starts at 12:01 a.m. Sunday. “This isn’t the greatest class,” said TNT’s Charles Barkley. “But there are some players out there who can help some people.” There is a 10-day

Is Boykins poised to become the next Cavalier?

Earl Boykins will become a free agent Bucks General Manager Larry Harris confirmed.  “He has given no indication he intends to fulfill the option year.”  Boykins has until Saturday to notify the team if he plans to return.  The 5-5

Scott Williams Replaced by Austin Carr on FSN Ohio

Scott Williams and FSN Ohio parted ways on Tuesday. Williams said the relationship ended amicably. Williams played 15 years in the NBA – including a one year stint with the Cavs. Former Cavaliers guard Austin Carr will replace Williams. Williams