Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavaliers sign Lance Allred

Cleveland Cavaliers signed Lance Allred for the rest of the season and to a non-guaranteed contract for the 2008-09 season.  Allred who is legally deaf and has a obsessive compulsive disorder was  pleased. “It’s quite surreal,” said Allred, who also

Cavaliers lose to Bulls – Quotes from the Game

The Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Chicago Bulls 101-98 Thursday night at Quickens Loan Arena.  The Cavaliers were up 17 points late but simply let the Bulls back into the game.  LeBron led the team with 33 points, Z added

Changes in Cavaliers Schedule

If you were looking for Joe Tait to listen to the game last night, you probably heard the Indians broadcast instead on AM 1100. The game was on WMMS (100.7 FM). Also, because of conflicts with Indians baseball broadcasts, the

How far can the Cavaliers get in the post season?

Rick Noland from The Chronicle-Telegram keeps things in perspective.  He writes – If Mike Brown’s troops don’t start playing a lot better than they have been, however, Cleveland’s playoff run will be a lot shorter than last year’s trip to

2008 Cavaliers Playoffs Tickets Plans Available Now

Today, the Cavaliers released the 2008 playoffs plans. Three plans are currently available for public: 1- PLAYOFF PLUS PLAN: This is their best option available to guarantee you their best seats but you will have to sign up for season

Cleveland Cavalier Lance Allred is living his dream

What do Damon Jones, Devin Brown and Lance Allred have in common.  They all played for in the D-league.  Allred is living his dream and said he has been getting more and more comfortable practicing with his NBA teammates. “As

Cavaliers Top Sixers – Quotes from the Game

The Cleveland Cavaliers came out on top with a playoff type win over the visiting Philadelphia Sixers 91-88 at the Q.  Philadelphia which has been playing very well as of late led much of the game.  Delonte West had probably

Cavaliers lose to Hornets

The Cavaliers lost a close game, 100-99 to arguably one of the best teams in the West in front of a sellout crowd of 20,562.  David West sank an open 17 footer, a result of another assist from Chris Paul