Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Is Next Year Too Late?

Brian Windhorst from the Akron Beacon Journal said he took some heat for what some readers think of his defending of Danny Ferry.  He goes on to write: They could get both Pau Gasol and Jason Kidd. Shaquille O’Neal and

Suns get Shaquille – Lakers get Gasol – What about Cavs?

 LeBron James was in Shaq shock. Like nearly everyone else, Cleveland’s megastar was floored by Shaquille O’Neal’s trade to Phoenix. “Unbelievable,” James said after practice Wednesday. “That’s all I got. It’s unbelievable.” James O’Neal, one of the league’s top centers

Cavs top Boston

LeBron, Z, Larry, Boobie and Ira all had solid games as the Cavaliers defeated the Celtics 114 to 113 Tuesday night at the Q.  Gibson’s late steal, followed by his tenacity under the basket that led to a key rebound

Gibson named to All-Star Weekend

Cavaliers guard Daniel “Boobie” Gibson today was named one of the contestants for the NBA’s Three-Point Shootout during All-Star weekend in New Orleans. The event is scheduled for Feb. 16. Gibson will also particpate in the Sophomore-Rookie challenge game during

Cavaliers Beat Clippers (98-84)

Lebron James decided to play after missing Thursday’s game against the Seattle SuperSonics because of a right ankle sprain. James tested the ankle before tipoff and decided to play about 45 minutes before the game. “I knew I could go

Mike Brown and Lebron James Captured Eastern Conference Awards

Mike Brown and Lebron James were named the Eastern Conference Coach and Player of the Month, respectively. This is the first time Mike Brown earned the award. Mike Fratello was the last Cavs head coach to receive the award. The

Cavs lose to Sonics

    The Cavaliers without LeBron James, Andy and Sasha could not muster enough scoring power to overcome a 17 point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter, losing to the Seattle Sonic 101-95.  Larry Hughes led the Cavs

LeBron may miss another game

Brian Windhorst from the Akron Beacon Journal tells us that despite dealing with a stiff ankle, LeBron James was in an upbeat mood as the Cavaliers returned home from their week-long West Coast trip after a loss to the Seattle