Category Archives: Cavaliers News

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

Lorenzen Wright Undergoes thumb surgery

Cavaliers forward Lorenzen Wright will undergo surgery after breaking his thumb in Cleveland’s regular-season finale against the 76ers. Wright, who was not expected to play during the postseason, got hurt in the second half of Wednesday night’s loss to the

Cavs Begin Championship Quest by Facing Familiar Foe

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ reward for finishing with the NBA’s best record (66-16) while shattering the previous franchise record for wins in a season (57) is a first round matchup with the dysfunctional Detroit Pistons. Cleveland and Detroit squared off in

Cavaliers Starting lineup TBD

The projected starting lineup as of early afternoon was West (PG), Szczerbiak (SG), Pavlovic (SF), Jackson (PF), Varejao (C). But apperantly that might change. Here is the starting lineup for tonight’s game against the 76ers:

Cavaliers are giving away more than $1 million in prizes

The Cavaliers are giving away $1 million in prizes on Wednesday night when they face the 76ers. The prizes include a new Kia Soul, a mortgage payment from Quicken Loans, a ride on the Goodyear blimp, a trip to Hawaii

Cavaliers plan to rest players

The Cavaliers have a shot at tying the best NBA home-court record tonight when they face the struggling Philadelphia 76ers at Quicken Loans arena. The record was set by the 1985-86 Boston Celtics (40-1) but the Cavs have bigger things

Ray Allen suspended one game for elbowing Varejao

Ray Allen will not play tonight against the 76ers for elbowing Anderson Varejao in the groin. The suspension was announced today by Stu Jackson, NBA Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations. The incident occurred with 5:05 remaining in the third quarter of