Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Pavlovic Out Six to Eight Weeks

Sasha Pavlovic will miss the next six to eight weeks with a left mid-foot sprain. Pavlovic suffered the injury in the third quarter of Wednesday’s 121-85 win over the Washington Wizards. An MRI on Thursday confirmed the sprain.

Cavs Pound Wizards

The Cleveland Cavaliers played one of their best overall games and came away with a resounding victory over the Wizards 121-85. Zydrunas Ilgauskas was 10 for 10, the first time since 1973 that a player has not missed a field

Clear Fork’s Students Learn Cleveland Cavaliers offer more than just Basketball Jobs

Students from Clear Fork’s Tech Team, multimedia class, and the Future Career and Community Leaders of America learned recently there’s more to the Cleveland Cavaliers than LeBron James. The local students took part in the Cleveland Cavs Career Day on

Cavs Top Spurs

Boobie Gibson nailed a 3 pointer with less than a minute left to give the Cavs a two point lead as the Cavaliers beat the defending NBA champs 90-88.  Some Cleveland fans had a scare in the 3rd as LeBron

James Working Extra Hard for Tonight’s Rematch Against The Spurs

After his season high 51 points on Tuesday against the Grizzlies, Lebron wants to make sure his jump shot is as good as it has ever been this season. Lebron spent Wednesday afteroon after the team practice session at the

LeBron MVP?

Brian Windhorst thinks LBJ should be MVP.  It has been said and written many times recently that LeBron James is having the best season of his career. The Cavaliers are barely keeping their heads above water, heading toward the midpoint

Mike Brown Gets a new Contract with the Cavaliers

After rumors of Mike Brown being on the hot seat, the Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry extended the coach a new 2-year contract extension that will keep him until 2010-11 season. Brown is the winningest head coach in Cavaliers history

Double OT win for Cavs

It took two OT’s but the Cavaliers walked away with a victory against the visiting Bobcats 113-106.  Most folks probably thought the Cavs were going to win in regulation as Larry Hughes nailed two free throws with 5 seconds left