Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavs Season Ends in Disappointment

Lebron James walked off the court after a disappointment performance without looking at the fans or talking to anyone. He dressed quickly in the locker room and put on his headset and left to the team bus without talking to reporters. This

James and Cavaliers Come Up Huge To Force Game 6

Another game in Cleveland, another huge early game lead for the Cavaliers as they stormed out leading the Magic at one point 32-10 and ending the first quarter 35-18. It’s not the 1st quarter that has given  the Cavs problems

Stan Van Gundy needs to shut the _ _ _ _ up

Ok… that was Ben Wallace’s answer to a comment made by Stan Van Gundy yesterday: “Ben Wallace and Mo Williams fell down more times [in Game 3] than a baby learning to walk.” Ben Wallace, was not in a good

Johnson’s flagrant foul was rescinded

The NBA has rescinded the flagrant foul against Orlando Magic guard Anthony Johnson for elbowing Mo Williams in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.Johnson drove the lane and extended his elbow in the second quarter of the Magic’s victory Sunday.

Magic take 2-1 lead

The Cavaliers made some defensive adjustment that seemed to actually work. They were right in the game despite VERY poor shooting from everyone including Lebron James. The Cavaliers were able to limit Lewis and Turkoglu and reverted to fouling Howard,

Chinese Investors have interests in the Cavaliers

The NBA has been encouraging investment in global market, in particular China. In this case, China is coming to the Cavaliers to get a piece of Lebron James. According to multiple sources within the Cavs, franchise majority owner Dan Gilbert

LeBron’s Magic Leads Cleveland To 1-1 Series Tie with Orlando

The Cleveland Cavaliers stormed out of the gate yet again as they often do at the Q last night looking to even the series and get the momentum back on their side, and they started early taking a 30-16 lead

Simply Amazing…

This shot will go down as one of the greatest moments in Cavaliers history. Lebron James hit a 3-pointer as the clock expired with one second left and go on to win 96-95 and tie the series 1-1. [youtube width=”400″