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SI provides us with a glimpse ofÂ the fortunes of our favorite athletes.Â LBJ is number 6! Â http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/more/specials/fortunate50/index.html?cnn=yes Â
Cavaliers’ fansÂ crowned the Bunny Hop as the winner of the 2005-06 Photo Tournament on Cavs.com. FromÂ Cavs.com: “Throughout the year, thousands of pictures were taken and it’s up to you to decide which are the best of the best. Each weekday
Be sure to check out CAVS.COM and vote for your favorite Cavaliers Cheerleader Photo!Â Today is the last day.Â The Look or The Bunny Hop.
NBADRAFT.NET breaks it downs for us: 2006/07 Cleveland Cavaliers Payroll: $49.8 million 2006/07 Estimated NBA Salary Cap: $52 million Roughly: $2.2 million under cap The Good: Now that LeBron James has established himself as the most complete and explosive player
Cavaliers forward Luke Jackson will undergo surgery on his back Thursday — his second operation in less than two years. It’s another setback for the former Oregon star and first-round draft choice. The Cavaliers selected Jackson with the 10th overall
James chose not to talk to the media the day before his first playoff game. He skipped a media huddle after practice and said his reason was that a Cleveland beat writer picked the Wizards to win the playoff series
The Associated Press reminds us that three years into his thus far impeccable pro career, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James will take center stage for the first time where legacies either grow or get swatted away like a weak layup.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have recalled forward/center Martynas Andriuskevicius from the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. Andriuskevicius was reassigned to Arkansas on March 16, 2006. In eight games (three starts) during his