Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavaliers beat Warriors for fifth straight win

LeBron James had 31 points and 12 assists, and J.J. Hickson continued his solid play with another career-high 21 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers held the short-handed Golden State Warriors, winning 114-108. The Cavaliers were short handed, playing without Shaquille

Cavaliers beat Heat, Lebron wants a new number

Lebron James scored 34 points including the final eight points over the last 2:42. Dwyane Wade had 36 but wasn’t enough to rally his team from an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter. The two superstars did not disappoint. James

Improving Cavs Defeat Eastern Conference Champion Magic

Prior to Cleveland’s 102-93 win over Orlando, ESPN’s Jeff Van Gundy said that the “rush to judgment is wrong” about the Cavaliers and that often you cannot tell exactly how good a team is going to be until the regular

Cavaliers end New York visit with a win

In their only visit to the Madison Square Garden, the Cavaliers gave the Knicks organization and fans a night to dream about. The season is in its infancy and Knicks fans are counting the days when Lebron is a free

Delonte West indicted on weapons and traffic charges

Delonte West was indicted by a grand jury today for his September arrest in Maryland. The Cavaliers guard was indicted on two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon, two counts of carrying a handgun, two counts of transporting a handgun,

Mike Brown to keep West on the Bench… for now

Don’t expect to see West starting any time soon for the Cavaliers.  Mike Brown doesn’t want to miss with his starting lineup at this point and will keep Anthony Parker in his starting spot. West made his debut for the

Expect to see more of Shaq-Z combination

The Cavaliers suffered their second straight loss last night against the Raptors (101-91) and started the new season 0-2. Cavaliers fans should relax. After all, we just suffered 103 loses so far this year by the Indians and the Cleveland

Defensive-Minded Celtics Spoil Cavaliers’ Home Opener

The Boston Celtics held the Cleveland Cavaliers to 29-70 field goal shooting (.414), overcame an early 14 point deficit to build a 15 point second half lead and then staved off a late Cleveland rally to topple the Cavaliers 95-89