Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Ilgauskas injures ankle in victory over 76ers

Zydrunas Ilgauskas came limping out of the shower, his left ankle looking like an over-ripe tomato thanks to lots of swelling. He came down on Donyell Marshall’s foot in the fourth quarter. “It’s a sprain, and I have sprained my

Daniel Gibson will miss two weeks

Daniel Gibson will miss two weeks for a sprained left toe he suffered last night in Cleveland’s win over Toronto. Gibson was examined by Dr. Jim Sferra at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health, which included X-rays and an MRI. He will

Cavaliers continue to break records

USA today previews the 76ers. After winning their NBA-record ninth straight game by 12 or more points, the Cavaliers look to continue their remarkable run as they visit the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night. James became Cleveland’s career leader in

Gibson Sprains Toe

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson left Tuesday’s win over the Raptors with a sprained toe. Gibson was injured early in the second quarter and did not return to the game. He will be re-evaluated on Wednesday and did not travel

Cavs Set Individual and Team Records in 114-94 Win Over Toronto

The wins and records just keep piling up for the Cleveland Cavaliers, who improved to 18-3 with a 114-94 victory over the Toronto Raptors. LeBron James had 31 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals, surpassing Mark Price’s franchise

Cavaliers Beat the Bobcats (94-74)

Lebron James coming off his lowest scoring game so far this season scored 25 points and he wasn’t needed in the fourth quarter. This is the fifth time in the past two weeks where Lebron wasn’t needed in the fourth

Cavaliers Pound Pacers

The Cavaliers only needed 11 points from Lebron James, his lowest since Oct. 31 of last year when he scored 10 against the Dallas Mavericks.Lebron spent most of the night  guarding Danny Granger who scored  33 points on him last

Cavs rack up another W over the Knicks

Weary, shorthanded Knicks fall to LeBron’s Cavs LeBron James said all the talk surrounding his decision coming in 2010 is not a distraction to him or the Cleveland Cavaliers. Maybe for the Knicks, but not for the Cavs. Why? “We’re