Category Archives: 2009 Playoffs

Stan Van Gundy needs to shut the _ _ _ _ up

Ok… that was Ben Wallace’s answer to a comment made by Stan Van Gundy yesterday: “Ben Wallace and Mo Williams fell down more times [in Game 3] than a baby learning to walk.” Ben Wallace, was not in a good

Johnson’s flagrant foul was rescinded

The NBA has rescinded the flagrant foul against Orlando Magic guard Anthony Johnson for elbowing Mo Williams in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.Johnson drove the lane and extended his elbow in the second quarter of the Magic’s victory Sunday.

Magic take 2-1 lead

The Cavaliers made some defensive adjustment that seemed to actually work. They were right in the game despite VERY poor shooting from everyone including Lebron James. The Cavaliers were able to limit Lewis and Turkoglu and reverted to fouling Howard,

LeBron’s Magic Leads Cleveland To 1-1 Series Tie with Orlando

The Cleveland Cavaliers stormed out of the gate yet again as they often do at the Q last night looking to even the series and get the momentum back on their side, and they started early taking a 30-16 lead

Simply Amazing…

This shot will go down as one of the greatest moments in Cavaliers history. Lebron James hit a 3-pointer as the clock expired with one second left and go on to win 96-95 and tie the series 1-1. [youtube width=”400″

Playoff-Tested Cavs Well Equipped to Deal With Magic

Although the Cleveland Cavaliers posted the best regular season record in the NBA and swept through the first two rounds of the playoffs in record-setting fashion, some people believe that the Orlando Magic will pose a very difficult challenge for

Cavaliers Produce Reel in Highlight Factory

The Cleveland Cavaliers have got to be hands down “the team” to beat.  I mean there are so many one liners that pop into my head I don’t know where to start so I’ll begin with Don’t Wake the Sleeping

Road Warrior LeBron Takes Over “Highlight Factory”

Philips Arena in Atlanta has become known as the “Highlight Factory” thanks to the aerial artistry of the young, high-flying Hawks but on Saturday night LeBron James swooped in and made the “Highlight Factory” his personal showcase. James dropped 47