Category Archives: Cavaliers News

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

Wednesday is Z Bobblehead Night

Even his Bobblehead towers over the others. At 7’3”, Cavs center Zydrunas Ilgauskas is not only a big man, but a tall Bobble. Standing 9 inches high, “Tall Z” will be the center of attention at the Cavaliers vs. L.A.

Carlos Boozer has some bad karma

Paul Benedict from NBASource.COM writes: “After stabbing a blind man in the back last summer when he reneged his verbal promise to resign with the Cavaliers, instead accepting a more lucrative offer to play with Utah, we all knew Boozer

The Cleveland Cavaliers still have their problems on the road

Paul Benedict of NBASource.Com writes “While an exciting win in Philadelphia was a step in the right direction the Cavaliers took a beating from the Pacers and lost a close one to the Timberwolves. If there’s one thing we know

Even With 2 Losses – CAVS Are The Real Deal

Eric Williams from BETUS.COM thinks the Cavaliers are the real deal. “It was just a couple of days ago that I wrote my weekly NBA column and pointed out the fact that the Cleveland Cavaliers should be thanking their lucky

World B Free Is In The House

If only temporarily, former CAVS star World B Free will be at the Q. Branson Wright, Plain Dealer writer, writes “Free spent some of his most memorable times in the NBA while playing for the Cavaliers from the middle of

The Cavaliers Dominated the Celtics

Cleveland Cavaliers stayed the NBA’s hottest team with their eighth straight win, 115-93 over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night. The Cavaliers (9-2) improved to 6-0 at home, where they’re not just winning but dominating. Cleveland has won by an