Category Archives: Cavaliers News

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

James, Jump Shots and NBA Title

Perhaps the biggest development in the FIBA Americas Tournament  was the excellent jump shooting provided by LeBron James: 76 percent from the field and 23-for-37 from behind the arc. He capped things off by hitting eight 3-pointers against Argentina in

Cavaliers Hosts Scrimmage at The University of Akron’s Rhodes Arena

 The University of Akron’s Rhodes Arena will be home to the Cavaliers Wine & Gold Scrimmage. The intra-squad scrimmage will be on Friday, October 5th at 7:00 p.m. and is free to the public with an entrance voucher. Beginning Sunday,

Anderson former Bobcat a Cavalier?

Former Charlotte Bobcat Alan Anderson has been working out with coach and trainer Joe Abunassar at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas alongside the likes of Kevin Garnett, Chauncey Billups, and Baron Davis as he prepares for his next challenge: playing

Free Cavaliers Tickets (Cavaliers vs Raptors)

CavsNews.com will be giving free tickets to a select number of home games throughout the season. All you need to do is sign up to receive our free newsletter. The first game we are giving away will be against Toronto

Damon Jones Birthday Bash

Cleveland Cavaliers starting guard Damon Jones is throwing a birthday bash for himself and two dozen friends in a private suite at Hotel Icon. Celebrity pals at the late-night bash included Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens

Can We Dream

What if? Michael Lee reminds us that LeBron James and Michael Redd are another great “what if” scenario on display in Vegas. In 2005, Redd was heavily recruited by the Cavs as a free agent. But he chose to show