Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Numbers Adding Up Quite Nicely for the Cavs

The most important number for the Cavs is their league leading 61-13 record, a mark that all but assures that they will have home court advantage throughout this year’s playoffs (barring an unimaginable collapse in the final eight games). However,

Lebron James leads the MVP Polls

With less than a month left, the race to the MVP seems to be favoring Lebron James according to a recent poll by the Cleveland Plain Dealer. A survey conducted this week among a diverse group of MVP voters hints

Wally Szczerbiak and Ben Wallace close to return

Ben Wallace and Wally Szczerbiak took part in practice today and the Cleveland Clinic Sports center and participated in several drills. However, neither player would set a timetable for a return to game action. Szczerbiak has missed three games with a

Szczerbiak out three weeks with a knee injury

Another injury for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wally Szczerbiak could be out for three weeks with a sprained left knee he suffered last night in the closing seconds of the third quarter against the Orlando Magic. He underwent an MRI exam

Mike Brown Coaches by Feel, Not Numbers

Near the end of Coach Mike Brown’s pregame standup before Cleveland’s 99-89 win over Miami on Saturday, I asked him several questions relating to game plan preparation and his thoughts about various basketball statistics. Here is that interview in its

Cleveland’s One-Two Punch Knocks Out Heat

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were the headline acts but Mo Williams stole the show with a game-high 29 points as Cleveland beat Miami 99-89 to improve to 28-1 in the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavs are

LeBron’s Long Range Accuracy

LeBron James had a short “to do list” prior to this season: Improve defensively. Check! Although his steals and blocked shots numbers are roughly the same as they were last season, James has without question made strides defensively both in

Cavaliers first team to clinch playoff spot

The Cleveland Cavaliers became the first team to clinch a playoff spot by beating the Milwaukee Bucks 91-73 on Wednesday night. With more than one month left in the regular season, the Cavaliers for the fourth time will advance to the post season. The