Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Wally Szczerbiak out a week with a knee injury

Wally Szczerbiak will miss at least one week with a bruised right knee. The team said in a statement Saturday that Szczerbiak suffered right knee contusions during the last several games. He had an MRI at the Cleveland Clinic on

Cavs defeat Wizards

Cavaliers hang on to defeat Wizards The NBA likes to put its best foot forward on Christmas Day so you knew LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn’t be getting the holiday off. The Cavs will aim to remain perfect

Cavs Wear Down Rockets for 14th Straight Home Victory

In a matchup of two defensive minded teams with legitimate championship aspirations, Cleveland defeated Houston, 99-90. LeBron James bounced back from a sluggish first half (eight points, two rebounds, two assists, five turnovers) to finish with game-high totals in points

Cavaliers beat Rockets

LeBron, Cavaliers ground rockets 99-90 LeBron James scored 27 points — 18 in the second half_ and Mo Williams added 23 as the Cleveland Cavaliers remained the NBA’s only undefeated team at home with a 99-90 win Tuesday night over

Lebron James Considers Signing an extension with the Cavaliers

Before the team practice in Denver last Friday, Lebron James told reporters that he will consider signing an extension with the Cavaliers this summer(2009) and not wait until the 2010 season. “You play out the season of course; I will

Carlos Boozer to Opt Out of his Contract

I guess the Cavaliers aren’t the only team that will have less than fond memories of Carlos Boozer. In case you missed it, Boozer told ESPN he will opt out of his contract at the end of the season, play

Z doubtful for Nuggets game

While he officially is listed as doubtful for Friday night, Cavaliers center Zydrunas Ilgauskas hasn’t given up hope. “I went through most of the practice (Thursday) and there’s still some soreness and stiffness I’m dealing with,” said Ilgauskas, nursing a

Cavs Are “Mo” Better

The three bedrock foundation blocks for the Cavs in recent years have been defense, rebounding and LeBron James’ brilliance. The Cavs currently lead the league in point differential while ranking second in defensive field goal percentage and third in rebounding