Category Archives: Cavaliers News

CAVS Fall Again

Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal gives us a nice recap of Saturday evenings loss to the Clippers. “In every NBA season there are invariably going to be nights when a team is destined to lose. The Cleveland Cavaliers

Wrong Mind-Set: Cavs lose to Sonics

“This time, we came out with the wrong mind-set. We thought that we were going to outscore them. We can’t do that with anybody,” Cleveland coach Mike Brown said. “Yes, we can score, but we have to get defensive stops.”

Lebron as popular as the Beatles?

Ken Wiebe from SLAM SPorts says that Kevin Garnett thinks so. Accolades have become commonplace for LeBron James, but it’s not every day you get compared to the likes of John, Ringo and Paul in their heyday. While the comparison

Preview: Cavaliers at SuperSonics

Sports Betting and Gambling Online have a nice preview of Friday nights game. Preview: Cavaliers at SuperSonics GAME: Cleveland Cavaliers (10-4) at Seattle SuperSonics (6-8). TIME: Friday, 10:30 p.m. EST. LINE: Oddsmakers list Cleveland as 3 1/2-point favorites with the

James, Brand Named Players of the Month

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James and the Los Angeles Clippers’ Elton Brand today were named Eastern Conference and Western Conference Players of the Month, respectively, for games played in November. James led the Cavaliers to a 10-4 month, marking the

CAVS Snap Losing Streak

The Cavaliers looked strong Wednesday night snapping a 2 game losing streak with an OT victory against the visiting Los Angeles Clippers 112-105. Donyell Marshall made a key three-point play in regulation, then hit consecutive three-pointers in overtime while Zydrunas

Readers like staying power James provides Cavaliers

David DuPree, USA TODAY says the Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Clippers, tied for the fourth-best record in the NBA at 9-4 going into Monday’s games, are the league’s biggest surprises. But readers responding to this week’s question as to

What Does It Really Mean?

Mike Kahn of FOXSports.COM tells us what it really means: “The Cleveland Cavaliers were rolling along at 9-2, including a 6-0 mark at home for an average of nearly 21 points a game until Thanksgiving Day at Conseco Fieldhouse against