Author Archives: GFO

Luke Jackson signs 10 day contract with Clippers

Luke Jackson, a former first-round draft choice of the Cleveland Cavaliers, has signed a 10-day contract with the Los Angeles Clippers. Jackson, a 6-foot-7, 215-pounder, averaged 12.5 points, 2.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists in six games for the Idaho Stampede

Cavalier Girls All Stars

Fans worldwide can vote for the members of the first-ever NBA All-Star Dance Team on NBA.com. Dancers from all 30 NBA teams will compete for a coveted spot on the 2007 Las Vegas NBA All-Star Dance Team. You can vote

Phelps Ends Road Travel with Cavs

Mary Schmitt Boyer, Plain Dealer reporter writes: The Cavs game against the Milwaukee Bucks tonight in Bradley Center will mark Jeff Phelps’ last road game. Phelps, the genial and multitalented announcer who serves as everything from a studio host to

Drew Gooden Almost An All-Star?

 Wendell Maxey Jr. from Hoopsworld.com tells us that Drew Gooden can’t take all the credit for the way he hoops it up for the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Nope. Part of the praise belongs to his old man.Gooden’s father, Andrew Gooden, played

Bulls Welcome Cavaliers

USATODAY.COM gives us a preview of Saturday’s Chicago Vs. Cleveland game: If LeBron James is making any birthday wishes on Saturday, the Cleveland Cavaliers star forward might want to wish for an end to his team’s struggles on the road.

George Karl Has Been Around

Aaron J. Lopez, from the Rocky Mountain News writes: Nearly three weeks into his NBA coaching career, the league was pitching a shutout against George Karl. Nine games. Nine losses. One white-knuckled coach. With each mounting defeat by his Cleveland Cavaliers,

Roger Brown is Back!

WOIO Channel 19 has hired former Plain Dealer sports columnist Roger Brown to do “Roger Brown’s Insider Report.”  His segment, seen Mondays and Thursdays, debuts Monday, Jan. 15 on “19 Action News at Five.”  “Channel 19 is definitely the most

Luke Jackson Gets Another Shot

The NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede has added former Cavs forward Luke Jackson to its roster. Jackson, the Cavs’ first-round pick in 2004, has not played since the preseason, when he appeared in four games with Boston. The Celtics acquired