5 Question Hughes

Branson Wright from the Akron Beacon Journal fills us in on Hughes. Larry Hughes was the biggest free-agent catch for the Cleveland Cavaliers this summer when he signed a five-year deal worth about $65 million. There were a number of

Clevelanders Look Stupid Booing James

Mark Barnes from Sports Central has plenty to say about the Cleveland fans. I’ve always had a problem with stupid people. Ignorance is acceptable, because it can be cured with knowledge. There is, though, no excuse for stupidity. The Cleveland

AT&T connects Wi-Fi deal with Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena

Cleveland Cavaliers fans will be able to access the Internet on their laptops and personal digital assistants when they’re not watching LeBron James dominate the paint. AT&T’s Wi-Fi service is available at the arena’s bars, restaurants, press lounge and work

How Detroit Dethroned LeBron

Charley Rosen from FOXSports.com talks about how LeBron must learn how to play outside the spotlight. “For example, the Pistons must have eagerly anticipated facing off against LeBron James and his playmates in Detroit on Sunday afternoon. What better challenge

Cavaliers re-sign Graham, waive Nailon

The Cavaliers signed guard Stephen Graham for the rest of the season and waived forward Lee Nailon on Friday. Graham has averaged 3 points and 1.7 rebounds in six games with Cleveland after being signed to a pair of 10-day

Gilbert saves the 76ers!

“Gilbert’s willingness to take on contracts also played into the Nailon deal.” Brian Windhorst from the ABJ reported. “The trade was made to save the 76ers luxury-tax money. The Cavs will take on the rest of Nailon’s $800,000 contract and

Cavaliers Acquire Ronald Murray and Get Lee Nailon Back

The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired guard Ronald “Flip” Murray from the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for guard Mike Wilks and cash considerations, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. In 48 games (two starts) this season, Murray is averaging 9.9

Prospects

Ten NBA scouts, including Cleveland Cavaliers general manager Danny Ferry, were at Smith Center. Many were there to get a firsthand look at La Salle’s Steve Smith. The Colonials also have a pair of NBA prospects in Pops Mensah-Bonsu and