Author Archives: GFO

Celtics top Cavaliers in season opener

Paul Pierce scored 27 points to lead the defending champion Boston Celtics to a 90-85 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the opening game of the National Basketball Association’s regular season. LeBron James and the Cavaliers led the Celtics by as

Is Daniel Gibson Batman?

I thought LeBron was Batman and we were looking for a Robin.  Turns out that maybe we are looking in the wrong places.  Daniel Gibson was sporting a new hair cut and said he wanted to do something different, so

Eric Snow will join NBA TV

NBA TV’s coverage begins Tuesday with a pregame show featuring an interview with commissioner David Stern and coverage of the Boston Celtics’ ring ceremony. Eric Snow will join the NBA TV studio this year as one of the analysts on

Is Mo Williams Robin?

But, Cleveland’s “Batman” has never had a “Robin” and general manager Danny Ferry’s annual attempt to garner the key complimentary piece has now led to former Milwaukee Bucks point guard Maurice Williams. Seattlepi.com

Cavs top Sixers

LeBron James scored 20 points and had eight rebounds, four assists and four steals before sitting out the fourth quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 91-83 win over the Philadelphia 76ers in a pre-season game Tuesday night. James’ soaring slam dunk

ESPN’s Hollinger’s Cavs Outlook

John Hollinger from ESPN gives us his outlook for the 2008-09 season. Prediction: 47-35, 2nd in Central Division, T-5th in Eastern Conference “The Cavs aren’t really built to be a good regular-season team, and if James misses any time they’re

Cavaliers considered Jermaine O’Neal

Coach Mike Brown said the Cavs considered trading for O’Neal over the summer when Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird basically made his whole team available as he started a makeover. Brown coached O’Neal for two seasons when he was an

Flash Seats in the Hot Seat?

Peter Krouse from Cleveland.Com is reporting that U.S. District Judge Kathleen O’Malley has ruled that the Cleveland Cavaliers use of the Flash Seats ticketing option violates Ticketmaster’s exclusive contract with the basketball team. The Cavaliers had been offering the use