Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Ticket Prices Going up

The Cleveland Cavaliers have announced their ticket pricing for the 2006-07 NBA season. Season tickets for the 2006-07 season are on sale now. Tickets available for single game purchase will range from $10 to $69 and will go on-sale closer

From The Raptors Point of View

Toronto Raptors point guard Mike James apologized to his teammates after last night’s sold out game at the Air Canada Centre. And while the common sound bite is that no single play ever loses a game, James’ mental lapse came

Z – Soccer

Zydrunas Ilgauskas is enjoying his own March Madness soccer style. Ilgauskas is a huge international soccer fan. He is a big Manchester United supporter and buys a soccer satellite package. He watched three Champions League games on Tuesday and spent

Police interview Damon Jones for possible sexual offense

Cavaliers G Damon Jones has been interviewed by police after an Arizona woman filed a complaint concerning a possible sexual offense. “I am fully aware of the false accusations that have been made against me,” Jones said. “I’ve been very

Eric Snow might be the answer at point

“The reality is veteran Eric Snow is in the chair and the Cavs and Brown are starting to realize they need to attempt to maximize his talents and stop looking elsewhere for the time being.” Brian Windhorst from the Akron

Damon Jones ill, Martynas recalled

Damon Jones missed practice Monday with flu-like symptoms. The team is listing him as questionable for tomorrow’s game against the Toronto Raptors. Also, the Cavs recalled rookie Martynas Andriuskevicius from the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBDL on Monday. In his

Andriuskevicius Reassigned

The Cleveland Cavaliers have reassigned forward/center Martynas Andriuskevicius to the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. Andriuskevicius was assigned to Arkansas on Jan. 22 and played in four games for the RimRockers.

5 Question Hughes

Branson Wright from the Akron Beacon Journal fills us in on Hughes. Larry Hughes was the biggest free-agent catch for the Cleveland Cavaliers this summer when he signed a five-year deal worth about $65 million. There were a number of