CAVALIERS RECALL ANDRIUSKEVICIUS

The Cleveland Cavaliers have recalled forward/center Martynas Andriuskevicius from the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. Andriuskevicius was reassigned to Arkansas on March 16, 2006. In eight games (three starts) during his

How Will LeBron James Make His Mark?

Washington Post Staff writer Michael Lee writes When LeBron James crashed to the floor at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday, Cleveland Cavaliers Coach Mike Brown said his heart skipped a beat. Brown sprinted down the court to check

POSSE

Below is a Q&A from Friday’s Cleveland PD that you might have missed. Q: What is the purpose of professional athletes having a “entourage” or “posse?” Do all athletes have one? Is a posse more prevalent in the NFL, NBA

Jones Cleared

Cavaliers guard Damon Jones won’t be charged in the investigation of an Arizona woman’s claim that he committed a sexual offense against her. “Barring any new information, our investigation is closed with no charges,” Westlake police Capt. Guy Turner said

Vote for MVP

I think we all Cavaliers fans know that LeBron deserve the MVP award this season. With the way he carried this team and clinched their first playoff spot and on their way to clinching the fourth seed and home court

Ilgauskas Sprains Ankle

Cavaliers center Zydrunas Ilgauskas sprained his left ankle early in the first quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night. X-rays taken in the team’s training room were negative, but the veteran center did not return to play. Ilgauskas became

Mavericks’ Mbenga suspended for foul on James

Dallas Mavericks center D.J. Mbenga has been penalized one game without pay for committing a flagrant-2 foul on LeBron James. With 7:35 remaining in the Mavericks’ 107-94 loss at Cleveland, Mbenga knocked James down with a hard foul. A flagrant-1

Hughes to practice with the team today

Larry Hughes is expected to take part in a practice today for the first time since December, Brian Windhorst from the Akron Beacon Journal reported. Doctors cleared him Tuesday to resume full workouts with his repaired right middle finger. Hughes