Dan Glibert Joins the Clinic

Dan Gilbert the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers has been elected to the board of trustees of The Cleveland Clinic. The board is responsible for the Clinic’s operations and affairs as well as the control of its property.

Lebron and Friends

LeBron James’ friends know how to booze it up! while in Las Vegas last month at club Jet at the Mirage, his his hard-partying posse kept downing drinks — and stuck the 23-year-old teetotaling baller with the outrageous $2,000 tab!

The Cavaliers Open Preseason at The Q

Cleveland will open the preseason with three straight games at Quicken Loans Arena before participating in NBA China Games. The Cavaliers will play a seven-game preseason schedule. The Cavaliers and Magic will tip off NBA China Games 2007 on Oct.

John Kuester Joins Mike Brown’s Staff

Cleveland Cavaliers have named John Kuester as an assistant coach, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. Kuester joins Hank Egan, Melvin Hunt, Chris Jent and Michael Malone on Head Coach Mike Brown’s coaching staff. “We’re fortunate to have John

The Ducktail Is Dead

Not a lot of news on the Cavaliers this off-season but this one is actually good. Drew Gooden finally shaved his Ducktail according to Slam online. Ladies, I am sure you will find something else to like about Drew!

Top 10 NBA Players Who Made a Come Back

With the return of Penny Hardaway and Reggie Miller and Allan Houston contemplating a return to the NBA, David Friedman of 20 Second Timeout breaks down the top 10 players who came back to action after retirement: 1) George Mikan

The Cavaliers Are Ready to Hire a Veteran Coach

The Cavs are expected to hire coach John Kuster as an assistant coach. John will replace Kenny Natt, who left the team to take a job with the Sacramento Kings. Kuester has 17 years of NBA coaching experience. Source: Akron

The Cavs Nearly Got Mo Williams

According to the Bucks general manager Larry Harris, the Cavaliers were closed to sign Mo Williams for the mid-level exception. The Bucks re-sign the point guard for almost $8 million a season. Source: The News-Herald