Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavaliers Extend Win Streak to Double Digits

The Cavaliers won their 10th consecutive game Thursday night torching the Heat 102-86. Point guard LeBron James led the charge with 36 points 7 rebounds and 8 assists. No you didn’t misread, I said point guard LeBron James. The Cavaliers

First Quarter Explosion Helps Cavaliers Clip Los Angeles

Wanna talk about jumping out of the gates fast, that’s exactly what the Cavaliers did Sunday night on their way to a dominating 114-89 win over the L.A. Clippers. The Cavs blew this one open in an instant as the

Daniel Gibson, Anthony Parker Hope to be invited to All-Star 3-point shootout

After a sensational night for Daniel Gibson against the Clippers, he is currently leading the league in 3-point shooting percentage at .478 after making 4 of 5 attempts last night. He has 117 attempts. However, he is not expecting an

Cavaliers Throw Block Party at Conseco Field House

Friday night’s game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Indiana Pacers can essentially be summed up by one word, defense. The Cavs simply out-muscled the smaller Pacers en route to a 94-73 victory. The Cavaliers stormed out of the gates

Shorthanded Cavs Own NBA’s Best Record

Many “experts” keep speculating about trades that the Cleveland Cavaliers might make to bolster their supposedly inadequate roster—but in the past few days the Cavs moved to the top of the NBA standings despite losing two key players from their

Cavaliers sign Former Cleveland States Guard Cedric Jackson

After loosing Delonte West and Mo Williams to injuries in the past few days, the Cavaliers are dipping into the D-League to cover their wounds. The team lost Williams to a sprained shoulder and West to a broken finger. The

Hungry, Tough Cavaliers Outwork Lakers, 93-87

In case anyone thought that it was a fluke when the Cleveland Cavaliers pushed around the defending champion L.A. Lakers on Christmas Day, on Thursday night the Cavs proved that not only can they manhandle the Lakers but they can

Cavs Surge to the Top of the Eastern Conference

While many fans and some “experts” fretted about the Cavaliers’ slow start and made rash suggestions about potential trades and/or strategy changes, I declared that the first significant test for the Cavs this season would be the nine games that