Category Archives: Cavaliers News

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

Cavaliers Lost to Nets 96-91

Jefferson scored 28 points in another outstanding shooting performance, and the New Jersey Nets extended their winning streak to seven Tuesday night with a 96-91 victory over James and Cleveland Cavaliers. Carter was limited to 30 minutes because of foul

Is LeBron James the Next Jordan or the Next Carter?

Harvey Araton of THE NEW YORK TIMES writes, “It has been tempting lately to call Vince Carter Half Man, Half Amazing, but that would be too passé, so Y2K. Besides, LeBron James landed at Continental Arena last night, on his

Bulls look in mirror for ways to end slump

Brian Hanley from the Chicago SunTimes.Com writes – The Bulls hope their soul-searching session Saturday — a players-only meeting and practice — will help them snap the three-game losing streak they bring into tonight’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. “We

Varejao’s rehabilitation is ahead of schedule

Varejao is scheduled to rejoin full practice right after the new year and could be available for games shortly after that if he has no setbacks. The Cavs are planning to proceed cautiously to make sure he has enough strength

Cavs Top Pacers

LeBron James collected 14 points on just 4-of-16 shooting, but had eight rebounds and nine assists to lift the Cleveland Cavaliers to a hard-fought 94-89 victory over the Indiana Pacers. “I missed shots,” said James, who was just 4-of-16 from

Cavs Beat Bulls

The Bulls had not looked this good since they beat San Antonio a month ago. They put together an astounding third quarter Thursday against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Then they fell apart, succumbing, 108-100, at the United Center