Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Can you look so bad and still look so good?

The Cavaliers were slightly off their game Friday night but with major help from the bench they were able to come away with a 79-68  victory over the Detroit Pistons and take an almost insurmountable 3-0 series lead(no team has

Cavaliers tickets are going cheap

If you are willing to make the drive to Detroit for tonight’s game, then this is the time to do it. You can still make it on time for the game if you leave now. Tickets are going cheap at

Men Among Boys

The Cavaliers looked no doubt amazing yet again Tuesday night holding the Detroit Pistons to a max of 18 points a quarter through the first 3 stints.  LeBron James looked as if he was at the playground, doing whatever he wanted

Playoffs roundup: Cavaliers take 2-0 lead

Cavaliers hold off Pistons: (Pistons 82 at Cavaliers 94) For three quarters, the Cleveland Cavaliers were at their basketball best. “It was beautiful,” Mo Williams said. It didn’t end that way. Cleveland blew most of a 29-point lead in the

Mike Brown Wins Coach of the Year Award

Congratulations to MIKE BROWN Mike Brown has been named the winner of the Red Auerbach Trophy as the NBA Coach of the Year for the 2008-09 season, the NBA announced today. Brown received a total of 355 points, including 55

Mike Brown to win Coach of the Year Award

Mike Brown will be named NBA Coach of the Year this afternoon according to the Plain Dealer. “The Cavaliers have called a 1:30 p.m. press conference at which it appears Mike Brown will be named NBA Coach of the Year.”

One down, fifteen to go

The Cleveland Cavaliers sent a major statement Saturday night opening up their bid for an NBA championship run by  man handling the Detroit Pistons 102-84. The game actually appeared a great deal closer throughout on the scoreboard until late, but

Is Mo the special ingredient to a championship recipie?

A 6’1 stud from Jackson Mississippi, Mo Williams, is now playing for his third team in his brief six year NBA career. He was drafted in the second round (47) of the 2003 NBA draft by the Utah Jazz. He