Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavs get little Respect

In a preseason survey by NBA.com, the Cleveland Cavaliers were listed among “others receiving votes” by general managers asked to pick the winner of the Eastern Conference.   This is a team that overcame a 2-0 deficit to beat the

Cavs top Warriors

Brian Windhorst from the Akron Beacon Journal provides a summary of the Cavs win over the Warriors:  LeBron James and Daniel Gibson are creating quite a superstar-plus-sidekick tandem. The pair who famously worked well off each other in last year’s

More Varejao Drama: No 1 year deal

This morning, reports were out that the Cavaliers and Anderson Varejao are close to signing a one year deal worth $5 million according to SI.com sources. Later today, a new report by SI.com that the Cavs apparently have no interest

Flash Seats on the move

Electronic ticket resale company Flash Seats has bought up the Dallas-based ticketer Vertical Alliance. The purchase price isn’t being disclosed. Vertical Alliance’s operations will remain in Dallas. Through Flash Seats, which began about a year ago, customers can buy, sell

Varejao might sign a one year deal

Accroding to Sports Illustrated, Anderson Varejao is willing to accept a one-year deal worth the mid-level figure of $5 million according to a source. It has been widely reported that Varejao was seeking a deal along the lines of five

Hughes is questionable for tonight’s game

The Cavaliers are listing Larry Hughes as questionable for tonight’s game against the Warriors for a lower-leg contusion. Hughes didn’t practice Monday after banging his left knee in the game against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday. “It’s sore. We’ll treat

Suns top Cavs

Lebron blocked two shots in the first quarter and Z and Drew combined for 44 points and 27 rebounds but it wasn’t enough to keep the Suns at bay as Nash led the team with 30 points and 10 assists. 

Donyell Marshall To Miss Several Games

Donyell Marshall suffered a sprain in his right wrist against the Dallas Mavericks last Wednesday. The Cavs’ medical staff determined that the wrist had to be immobilized to heal properly. He did not practice Saturday and will likely to be