Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Drew Gooden’s contract talk update, could be heading to Lakers!

The deal signed by Nene with the Denver Nuggets is affecting the Cavaliers ability to come to terms with restricted free agent Drew Gooden.  Gooden’s agents decided to pursue sign-and-trade options for the restricted free agent forward, Brian Windhorst of

Sports Richest Athletes

SI provides us with a glimpse of the fortunes of our favorite athletes.  LBJ is number 6!  http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/more/specials/fortunate50/index.html?cnn=yes  

Dajuan Wagner might play for Maccabi

According to Haaretz, Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball club might opt for Dajuan Wagner if passes a medical. Wagner, a No. 6 pick by the Cavaliers in the 2002 draft, scored 13.4 points and handed out 2.8 assists in his rookie season, but

CAVS Cheerleaders

Be sure to check out CAVS.COM and vote for your favorite Cavaliers Cheerleader Photo!  Today is the last day.  The Look or The Bunny Hop.

The Cavaliers going after Australian guard

According to theage.com.au, CJ Bruton accepted an offer from the Cleveland Cavaliers to play for Cleveland at next month’s Las Vegas Summer League, which is attended by top NBA scouts, executives and coaches. “Van Groningen began talks with Bruton when

James hopeful Hughes will be back Friday

LeBron James said after practice today that he woule love to have Larry back for game six tomorrow at the Q. “I would love to have Larry back, and I know he would love to be back,” James said. “I

Cleveland LeBrons given education by devastation

From the detnews.com, Bob Wojnowski writes: Near as we could tell, there was one LeBron James on the floor Sunday. Unless something radically changes, that leaves Cleveland approximately three or four LeBrons short. This was education disguised as devastation. This

State of the Cap: Cleveland Cavaliers

NBADRAFT.NET breaks it downs for us: 2006/07 Cleveland Cavaliers Payroll: $49.8 million 2006/07 Estimated NBA Salary Cap: $52 million Roughly: $2.2 million under cap The Good: Now that LeBron James has established himself as the most complete and explosive player