Many â€œexpertsâ€ keep speculating about trades that the Cleveland Cavaliers might make to bolster their supposedly inadequate rosterâ€”but in the past few days the Cavs moved to the top of the NBA standings despite losing two key players from their
Plain Dealer sports columnist Terry Pluto and NBA beat writer Brian Windhorst are at it again with their new bookÂ “Lebron James: The Making of an MVP“. After their first book, The Franchise, Windhorst and Pluto share the Lebron’s tale.
After loosing Delonte West and Mo Williams to injuries in the past few days, the Cavaliers are dipping into the D-League to cover their wounds. The team lost Williams to a sprained shoulder and West to a broken finger. The
While many fans and some â€œexpertsâ€ fretted about the Cavaliersâ€™ slow start and made rash suggestions about potential trades and/or strategy changes, I declared that the first significant test for the Cavs this season would be the nine games that
In my previous Cavs News article I suggested that Clevelandâ€™s two game losing streak was not a cause for major concern and that it would be much more significant to see how the Cavs performed during the next nine games,
Before any Cavsâ€™ fans become overly concerned about Clevelandâ€™s two game losing streak, it is worth remembering that in the long 82 game NBA season even the eventual NBA Champion struggles at times: almost exactly a year ago (December 9,