Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Delonte West misses first day practice

Delonte West fresh season start is not off to a good start.  On first day of training camp, Delonte West didn’t report to practice. “On a personal note, you always hope he’s doing well,” Cavs coach Mike Brown said. “But

Shaquille O’Neal ready to share the spotlight

At the team’s annual media event that was held at the Cleveland Clinic Courts Monday in Independence, the Cavaliers newest and biggest off season addition, Shaquille O’Neal did his best with the media to put his role in perspective alongside

NBA to unveil social media policy this week

The NBA will introduce its guidelines for players, coaches and team officials on using social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook later this week. The guidelines are expected to be minimal and less stringent than the guidelines announced earlier

O’Neal Gets Good First Impression of Cleveland

Shaquille O’Neal was welcomed to town Sunday with a star-studded party that included sports celebrities and Average Joes looking to rub elbows with them. O’Neal arrived in an SUV at 11:15 p.m. as fans cheered on the sidewalks and took

Fox Sports Ohio Announces TV Schedule for 2009-10 Season

Fox Sports Ohio will telecast 34 home games and 36 games from the road during the season. Coverage of the Cavs will begin Wednesday, October 28 at 7pm when the Cavs visit Toronto to take on the Raptors. “FOX Sports

Cavaliers sign Danny Green to a contract

The Cleveland Cavaliers announced today the signing of guard/forward Danny Green to a contract. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The Cavaliers selected Green with the 46th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. Green played four seasons at

First round draft pick Christian Eyenga re-sign with Spanish team

A Spanish website reported that Christian Eyenga sign a contract extension with the Spanish team DKV Joventut. Details of the contract were not available. After watching Eyenga play in Vegas summer league, it was believed that the Cavaliers wanted to

The Evolution of Cleveland’s Roster Since 2007

In 2007, the Cavaliers surprised many pundits—but not this writer—by making it to the NBA Finals, where a veteran San Antonio Spurs team promptly swept them. The Cavs had perhaps reached the championship round “a year early,” but rather than