Category Archives: Cavaliers News

James 52, but Bucks Win

LeBron James scored an NBA season-high 52 points, but T.J. Ford tied his career high with 24 and Michael Redd added 23 to help the Milwaukee Bucks beat James and the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-106 on Saturday night. James was 19-for-29

Cavaliers lose to Nets

A couple of interesting observations from the Q Friday night; Jay-Z and Beyonce were sitting in the front row enjoying the game and I might add were not very crowd friendly, ignoring everyone around them, much to the displeasure of

Cavs Have Hired a Statistical Consultant

The Cavs have hired a statistical consultant to help them compile complex breakdowns of various aspects of the game according to the Akron Beacon Journal. The stats will just be a part of how the Cavs evaluate opponents, their own

Cavs to offer college students discounted

Starting next Tuesday, the Cavs will offer college students discounted tickets. Students with a valid college I.D. can purchase any $35 or $25 seat for only $15. The special discount (one per student) is good after 5 p.m. on game

More LeBron James Videos

Checkout this extended Nike commercial. I’ve never actually seen it aired but it’s worth watching. You can also find bunch of LeBron James videos including the famous dunk over Damon Jones Also some behind the scenes Nike commercial with LeBron

NBA Attendance

Inside Hoops.COM reports 2005-06 NBA Attendance Includes games of November 27, 2005 Ranked in order of average home attendance: 1 Detroit 22,076 2 Chicago 20,768 3 Dallas 20,263 4 Miami 19,805 5 LA Lakers 18,797 6 San Antonio 18,797 7

Jordan over Ehlo Misses?

While some Chicago Bulls fans might cringe at Gatorade’s recent commercial where Michael Jordan’s famous buzzer-beater against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1989 NBA playoffs misses, Craig Ehlo doesn’t seem to mind. In reality, Jordan hit the shot over Ehlo

Pacers’ Jasikevicius is no average rookie

Greg Boeck from USA TODAY has an interesting article on Pacers’ Jasikevicius. “Great shooter, but too slow and unpolished with the basketball to make it in the NBA as a point guard.” That was the rap against Sarunas Jasikevicius (Shuh-RU-ness