Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavaliers’ camp to open today, Eric Snow might have surgery

The Cavaliers will open their first day of training camp today in their new training facility in Independence. Point guard Eric Snow suffered a knee injury while training last week in Atlanta. Snow might have surgery early this week to

Devin Brown signs with Cavs

The Cavaliers have signed journeyman guard Devin Brown to a contract, league sources said Thursday. Brown, 28, is 6-5, 220 pounds and holds the career scoring record at Texas-San Antonio. He has played in 274 games over parts of five

Wine and Gold Scrimmage

Cleveland Cavaliers CAVALIERS 2007 WINE AND GOLD SCRIMMAGE DETAILS WHAT: Cavaliers Intrasquad Scrimamge WHERE: University of Akron’s James A. Rhodes Arena aka The Jar DATE/TIME: Friday, October 5. Tipoff is at 7:00 PM, doors open at 6:00 PM and the

Pavlovic Threats to Play In Europe

Last Friday Pavlovic’s agent, Marc Cornstein, indicated that the sides were ”very far apart” on contract terms, and said Pavlovic may consider playing in Europe next season if he can’t come to terms on a long-term contract with the Cavs.

The new Cavaliers training facility opens today

The new Cavaliers training facility, Cleveland Clinic Courts, will open today in a grand opening ceremony at 2:30pm. The $25 million, 50,000-square-foot facility has everything a professional basketball player could want, including a massive workout area and locker room, two

Remembering Ted Stepien

Stephen Miller of The Wall Street Journal wrote a nice article about the former Cavaliers owner Ted Stepien who passed away Monday at age 82. Mr. Stephien was sportsman since he starred in basketball and football at Pittsburgh’s Schenley High

Former Cavaliers Owner Ted Stepien Passes Away

Former Cleveland Cavaliers owner Ted Stepien, whose propensity for trading away draft picks resulted in an NBA rule change, died Monday at his home in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. He was 82. Stepien paid $2 million for 37 per cent of

Lebron is still the Man

LeBron James continually redefines what one player is capable of in this predominantly team sport. His abuse of Orlando, New Jersey and Detroit last spring was truly an effort worthy of the ‘Witness’ signs that dominate the landscape at the