Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Next Stop Cleveland?

Dejected over not getting to play in Minnesota with Kevin Garnett, Juwan Howard could end up a teammate of another superstar: LeBron James. Howard, a 13-year veteran forward whose contract was bought out by the Timberwolves on Monday, would fit

Sasha Pavlovic Ends Holdout, Agrees to a three year deal

Sasha Pavlovic and the Cavaliers have come to a three year agreement. Contract details hasn’t been revealed yet. Sasha will join the team tomorrow but will not play in the home opener against the Dallas Mavericks. He is in his

Cavaliers Sign Free Agent Demetris Nichols

Nichols, 23, was originally selected by the Portland Trail Blazers with the 53rd overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft. He was then traded to the Knicks on draft day in exchange for a 2008 second round selection. He was

Cavaliers Waive Rice and Adams

Danny Ferry waived Hassan Adams and Darius Rice. Adams played in three preseason games for the Cavs, averaging 2.7 ppg, 0.7 rpg and 0.3 apg in 6.3 mpg. Rice appeared in three games and averaged 1.7 ppg and 2.3 rpg

Cavaliers will “Rise It Up” for the Home Opener

The Cavaliers will be treating the fans on Halloween night and celebrate the raising of the 2007 NBA Eastern Conference Championship banner when they take on the Dallas Mavericks October 31st. Fans that attend the game will receive a 2007-08

What does Sports Illustrated think of the Cavaliers?

There isn’t a whole lot that David Sabino from Sports Illustrated likes about the Cavaliers this year.  I just received my latest edition and he has the Cavaliers ranked number 5 in the Eastern Conference behind Boston, Detroit, Chicago and

Gibson out for rest of preseason

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson will miss the team’s final two preseason games with a right hamstring strain. Gibson will not travel with the team to Toronto and Boston so he can continue to receive treatment in Cleveland. Gibson averaged

The Road Ahead

Branson Wright from the Cleveland Plain Dealer reminds us that a future without Anderson Varejao and Sasha Pavlovic has become so bleak that even LeBron James has started to visualize life without the two holdouts. “We don’t know for sure