Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Scott Pollard Signed a Deal With The Celtics

 Scott Pollard agreed to a one year deal with the Boston Celtics yesterday believed to be worth the veteran minimum $1.2 million. Pollard signed a one year deal with Cleveland a year ago for about $2 million, Pollard played 24 games

Cavaliers in the Top 10

Competition is stronger than ever when it comes to the almighty entertainment dollar, making a powerful brand a top priority for many professional sports teams. The Yankees have set themselves apart with over 1.2 billion in worth by establishing their

The Cavs Are Interested In Troy Hudson

The latest free agent whom the Cavs have contacted with some interest is Troy Hudson. The Minnesota Timberwolves announced yesterday that the team has requested waivers on guard Troy Hudson after reaching a contractual buyout agreement. Hudson, a 10-year veteran

Cavaliers Are Not Looking To Trade Gooden or Varejao

The Cavs have made it known that they will not trade Drew Gooden or be involved in a sign-and-trade with Varejao unless they get a quality big man in return, Brian Windhorst said.Trade talks between the Golden State Warriors and

Ladies Love Gooden Patch

Come on guys, it is the ugliest thing we have probably seen on a guy but according to source close to Gooden, the ladies love his patch. “It’s like fly paper for the ladies,” said a source close to Gooden.

Cavaliers 2007-08 Schedule Is Out

The Cavaliers will open the 2007-08 season at the Q October 31 in a nationally-televised game against the Dallas Mavericks. (Download Schedule) The Cavaliers will then play host to the New York Knicks before heading out West for a six-game

The Cavaliers and Flash Seats Filed Suit Against Ticketmaster

Flash Seats and the Cleveland Cavaliers have filed suit against Ticketmaster, the dominant ticketing company in professional sports. The complaint was filed today in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. In the complaint, Flash Seats and

Scot Pollard on Donaghy and his Future

Scot Pollard can’t say that he particularly liked referee Tim Donaghy, but then again there are a lot of referees that Pollard doesn’t like.  “I could say I don’t like him that much, but there’s a long list of refs