Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavs Play Lakers Tonight, Irving is expected to play

Tonight, the Clevleand Cavaliers will face off the Los Angeles Lakers for ther only season matchup and the Quicken Loan Arena. Both teams are hoping to end a loosing streak. Unlike the Browns who won 3 games in a row

General Managers eyeing Varejao and Ramon Sessions

According to sources, Anderson Varejao and point guard Ramon Sessions are generating interest from general mangers around the league and could be traded by the March 15 trade deadline. Cavaliers aren’t believed to be shopping the fan favorite, but contenders

Dan Gilbert STRONG reaction to Lebron’s betrayal

The Cavaliers owner didn’t wait long to issue a very strong statement calling Lebron’s action during the free agency and his “decision” as “cowardly betrayal”. He went also to promise Cavaliers fans an NBA championship before the self-proclaimed “king” get

Cavs Fire Mike Brown After Best Five Year Run in Franchise History

The Cleveland Cavaliers have officially fired Coach Mike Brown, an action that surprises no one and certainly delights some misguided fans and media members—the same people, I suspect, who called for Bill Belichick’s head a decade and a half ago.

What is Wrong With the Cavs?

Entering this year’s playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers seemed to be primed for success while the aging Boston Celtics had been little better than a .500 team for the greater portion of the regular season (27-24 in the final 51 games).

Cavaliers Look to Rebound in Game 6

Last night I was sitting with a friend of mine, who I coach basketball with, to watch the Cavaliers game. We were in shock at the attitude and expressions that the Cavaliers players were showing. My friend kept saying that

Mike Brown on the Hot Seat

Based upon the past history of winning the NBA Coach of the Year award, and the shortcomings, thus far in the playoffs, Mike Brown has to start thinking if history will repeat itself should the Cavaliers not win the NBA

LeBron Comes Up Empty as Celtics Obliterate Cavaliers in Cleveland

Ray Allen scored 25 points to pace six Celtics in double figures as the Boston Celtics dealt the Cleveland Cavaliers their worst home playoff loss in franchise history, 120-88. A stunned sellout crowd of 20,562 fans booed two-time regular season