Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Larry Hughes Will Try To Play Tonight

Larry Hughes will attempt to play through the pain tonight in Game 5. Hughes said at the morning shootaround that he expects to go through the same pre-game therapy routine, including the cortisone shot, and he will re-evaluate his need

No Pistons Fans Outside of Detroit?

Are we about to see the last of Detroit? Are basketball fans around the country ready for a new team to RISE UP in the east? That’s what Gregg Doyel from CBS SportsLins.com said in his article “Pathetic Pistons show age

Hughes Doubtful

Cleveland guard Larry Hughes is doubtful for Tuesday’s Eastern Conference finals Game 4 in Cleveland. Hughes suffered a strain of the left foot plantar fascia during the first quarter of Game 3 Sunday. He was re-evaluated by team physician Dr.

Lucky Pistons

“They’re winning, yet this series nonetheless feels like it’s slipping away”. Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press Writes. The Pistons still might lose this series. Despite the 2-0 lead on the Cavaliers, the Pistons and their fans feel they

Earning Respect

James was asked Friday if he thought not getting foul calls had something to do with his and his team’s respect level compared with the Pistons. He proceeded to go off on a bit of a tangent. “You call this

Should The Cavaliers Be a No-Excuse Team or Should We Complain?

“The officials get paid a lot of money, and that’s their job. If they don’t see anything, they don’t see anything. We’re a no-excuse team. We’ve got to get ready for Game 3.” Mike Brown said in the press conference

Cavaliers vs Pistons Game 2: What To Expect?

The Cavaliers and fans are tired of talking about LeBron James’ decision to pass to Donyell Marshall instead of taking a shot in the final seconds of the series opener. Game two is in few hours, so what do you

Former Spartan Snow mentoring Brown

The Lansing State Journal has a nice article about how former Spartan Eric Snow is mentoring former Spartan Shannon Brown. Both players are on the Cleveland Cavaliers, but Brown hasn’t seen any playing time this postseason while Snow, a 12-year