Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Hughes out with broken finger

Mary Schmitt Boyer from the Plain Dealer reports that Cavaliers guard Larry Hughes has a fracture in the knuckle of his right middle finger and will have surgery at the Cleveland Clinic later this week. He will be out of

Nike Ads

Scott Suttell, managing editor of Crain’s Cleveland Business tells us that Nike’s “Meet the LeBrons” ads, featuring Cavaliers star LeBron James as multiple characters talking about not much of anything (he’s selling shoes, naturally), get a B+ in this “Ad

Boozer Feeling Better?

The Utah Jazz and forward Carlos Boozer are being cautious with their optimism, but it looks as if Boozer may come back sooner than expected. Boozer returned to practice Christmas Day and said the left hamstring he strained Oct. 6

Cavs Stop Pistons

LeBron James had 30 points, seven rebounds and seven assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers cooled off the red-hot Detroit Pistons, downing them 97-84 in National Basketball Association play on Saturday in Cleveland. James celebrated his 21st birthday on Friday and

Comparing The Three Big Scorers

David DuPree of USA Today had a nice article comparing Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James and how they could be on their way to becoming the first trio in 24 years to average at least 30 points a

In the NBA, the players suit up

Tanika White of the BaltimoreSun.Com reminds us that on the basketball court, NBA players dazzle. They’re quick. They’re flashy. They look good doing what they do. And nowadays, two months after an imposed leaguewide dress code, early fashion reviews are

Cavaliers seek to start new winning streak

The SportsNetwork writes, “The Cleveland Cavaliers play four out of their next five games at home and hope to cut into the Detroit Piston’s huge 6 1/2 game lead in the Central Division. But on Tuesday, Richard Jefferson scored 28

O’Neal and LeBron James top voting for NBA All-Stars

Yao Ming and Kobe Bryant led the Western Conference while Shaquille O’Neal and LeBron James topped the Eastern Conference on Thursday after two rounds of voting for the 2006 NBA All-Star Game. Yao paced all players with 1,319,868 votes for