Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Poor Luke

Cavaliers forward Luke Jackson will undergo surgery on his back Thursday — his second operation in less than two years. It’s another setback for the former Oregon star and first-round draft choice. The Cavaliers selected Jackson with the 10th overall

Brian Windhorst on ESPN.com chat!

Brian Windhorst: (4:06 PM ET ) Hello Everyone, glad to be here to take your questions. ——————————————————————————– Ryan–Detroit: Hey Brian! With all of the voting complete, has there been any leaks on LeBron’s MVP chances? Also, how do you think

James Mum

James chose not to talk to the media the day before his first playoff game. He skipped a media huddle after practice and said his reason was that a Cleveland beat writer picked the Wizards to win the playoff series

It Is Time

The Associated Press reminds us that three years into his thus far impeccable pro career, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James will take center stage for the first time where legacies either grow or get swatted away like a weak layup.

LeBron for MVP

Now the regular season is over and the Cavaliers with (50 wins) have clinched their first trip to the playoffs since the 1997-98 season and home court advantage for the first round. Now the MVP ballots are due tomorrow and

CAVALIERS RECALL ANDRIUSKEVICIUS

The Cleveland Cavaliers have recalled forward/center Martynas Andriuskevicius from the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. Andriuskevicius was reassigned to Arkansas on March 16, 2006. In eight games (three starts) during his

How Will LeBron James Make His Mark?

Washington Post Staff writer Michael Lee writes When LeBron James crashed to the floor at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday, Cleveland Cavaliers Coach Mike Brown said his heart skipped a beat. Brown sprinted down the court to check

POSSE

Below is a Q&A from Friday’s Cleveland PD that you might have missed. Q: What is the purpose of professional athletes having a “entourage” or “posse?” Do all athletes have one? Is a posse more prevalent in the NFL, NBA