Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavaliers Sluggish on Defense

If you play for Mike Brown then you better play defense or you will be sitting next to him on the bench. After the Cavaliers lost to the Celtics (96-94) in Friday’s game in Rhode Island, Mike Brown held a

ESPN’s Hollinger’s Cavs Outlook

John Hollinger from ESPN gives us his outlook for the 2008-09 season. Prediction: 47-35, 2nd in Central Division, T-5th in Eastern Conference “The Cavs aren’t really built to be a good regular-season team, and if James misses any time they’re

Cavaliers considered Jermaine O’Neal

Coach Mike Brown said the Cavs considered trading for O’Neal over the summer when Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird basically made his whole team available as he started a makeover. Brown coached O’Neal for two seasons when he was an

Flash Seats in the Hot Seat?

Peter Krouse from Cleveland.Com is reporting that U.S. District Judge Kathleen O’Malley has ruled that the Cleveland Cavaliers use of the Flash Seats ticketing option violates Ticketmaster’s exclusive contract with the basketball team. The Cavaliers had been offering the use

Lebron James addresses issues that never seem to go away

During the annual media day to kick off training camp, Lebron James felt he needed to hit some issues and address some of the topics we kept hearing about during the summer. He started with his future when his contract

Brian Windhorst moving to Plain Dealer?

We are hearing that Brian Windhorst may be moving to the Plain Dealer.  Someone mentioned that they were talking about it on the Les Levine show on Monday night.  Can anyone confirm that?

Dan Gilbert Rips Media

The Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert answered questions during a press conference today around the speculations that Lebron James will leave Cleveland in 2010. “It’s kind of an insult to the city of Cleveland in my opinion — an insult

Delonte West signs multiyear deal with Cavs

Delonte West has signed a multiyear deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Although terms were not released, sources said it was for three years. He had been seeking a deal starting around $5 million a season. “This is the first time