Reghi was the voice of the Cavaliers for the past 15. He’s also built a fan followingÂ and has been a very strong, positive voice for the franchise.
So why did Dan Gilbert fire him? Did he say anything that the Cavaliers organization didnâ€™t like or approve of? Or they liked Detroit Pistons broadcaster Fred McLeod more.Â All they told us is that the team â€œpreferred to go in another directionâ€
McLeod just resigned from his work as the Pistons’ broadcaster on Detroit’s FSN station and announced he will soon be leaving his TV sports gig on WDIV in Detroit. He spent the last 22 years doing Pistons basketball.
McLeod worked in the Cleveland TV market in the 1970s.
Reghi will always be remembered as one of the BEST Cavaliers announcers!
The schedule is out. Opening game is home against the Wizards on ESPN.
We are on national TV 15 times and that’s not including TNT.
Boozer is not coming to Cleveland until March 17th. Wade and Lebron will first meet on Thursday February 1st at Miami. This is going to be on TNT.
Check out the full schedule here
Damon Jones is featured today on MTV cribs:
“The homes of Leah Remini, NBA player Damon Jones and singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera are featured.”
The deal signed by Nene with the Denver Nuggets is affecting the Cavaliers ability to come to terms with restricted free agent Drew Gooden.Â
Gooden’s agents decided to pursue sign-and-trade options for the restricted free agent forward, Brian Windhorst of the ABJ said.
“According to two league executives, the Cavs are hoping to schedule a meeting with free agent forward Reggie Evans next week and might also look to pursue another free agent big man, Lorenzen Wright.”
Hoopsworld.com put a list of eight reasons why Drew could be heading to the Lakers. I don’t think that is possible though.
“There have been some rumors that the Cavs were in talks with the Phoenix Suns for a sign-and-trade involving Gooden and forward Kurt Thomas. According to insiders, that isn’t currently a possibility.” Brian Said.
SI provides us with a glimpse ofÂ the fortunes of our favorite athletes.Â LBJ is number 6!
Cavaliers’ fansÂ crowned the Bunny Hop as the winner of the 2005-06 Photo Tournament on Cavs.com.
“Throughout the year, thousands of pictures were taken and it’s up to you to decide which are the best of the best. Each weekday we will have a head-to-head battle until you, the fans, decide which photo is the cavs.com photo tournament winner! “
According to Haaretz,Â Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball club mightÂ opt for Dajuan Wagner if passes a medical.
Wagner, a No. 6 pick by the Cavaliers in the 2002 draft, scored 13.4 points and handed out 2.8 assists in his rookie season, but dropped to 6.5 points and 1.2 assists the following season. Wagner play in the 2004/5 season was cut short by illness, and he played only 11 games in which he averaged 4 points.
Be sure to check out CAVS.COM and vote for your favorite Cavaliers Cheerleader Photo!Â Today is the last day.Â The Look or The Bunny Hop.