LeBron James and Allen Iverson lead the Eastern Conference in votes for the 2007 NBA All-Star

LeBron James Allen Iverson lead the Eastern Conference in votes received after the first returns of 2007 NBA All-Star Balloting while Yao Ming and Kobe Bryant lead the Western Conference. James leads all Eastern Conference players with 808,570 votes, followed by Iverson (595,200). The Toronto Raptors’ Chris Bosh (304,624) is second to James among Eastern Conference […]

Hughes Back – Gooden Out ?

The Associated Press gives us an early preview of the New Orleans game. LeBron James has always enjoyed playing the New Orleans Hornets. That`s even more the case now that he gets to face Chris Paul. James will try to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers (12-7) to their eighth straight win over the Hornets (9-10) when […]

Dajuan Wagner’s Comeback Short Lived

CELESTE E. WHITTAKER of the Courier-Post Staff brings us up to date on Dajuan Wagner. Dajuan Wagner’s tenure with the Golden State Warriors was short-lived. The former Camden High School star and the NBA team agreed to a buyout of his contract over the weekend, effectively ending his two-month stint with the Warriors. Wagner, 23, […]

Larry Hughes may be Cavaliers’ biggest asset

Doug Clark from the Chronicle Telegram reminds us of a word or two about the word “valuable” as applied to sports, such as in the phrase — Most Valuable Player. Most sportswriters goof up on this one. They get a blind spot, their vision blurred by the gaudy stats in front of them. It happens in every […]

Time to Start a New Winning Streak

Yeah, the Cleveland Cavaliers had their five-game winning streak come to an end, but it’s still early in the season. LeBron James and company were outdueled by the Washington Wizards on Saturday night by a 111-99 score. Gilbert Arenas looked more like the Nike commercial star rather than James, dropping in 45 points. The Cavs […]