Brown not interested in GM job

Star News Services reports even though New York Knicks coach Larry Brown spent most of last spring flirting with the Cleveland Cavaliers about becoming their next general manager, he now says he no longer wants to move into a front-office

LeBron Can’t See Himself Being a Knicks

“It’s obligatory for New York writers to ask LeBron James if he would consider New York when he becomes a free agent at the end of his rookie contract in two more years. But it’s impossible to imagine him ever

Cavaliers in High Definition – Update

To follow up with my previous post, I was able to get in touch with FOX Sports Net Ohio. “FSN Ohio is working on doing a number of games in high definition later this season.” according to people familiar with

Cavaliers in High Definition?

Smizik reports that FOX Sports Net Pittsburgh will carry a schedule of Cleveland Cavaliers games the rest of this season, with the feed coming from Cavaliers TV outlet FOX Sports Net Ohio. Smizik says that FSN Pittsburgh will pick up

Eric Snow donates over $7,600 to local community organizations

Cleveland Cavaliers Co-Captain, Eric Snow, concluded the 2005 year by donating over $7,600 to three local community organizations from the Cleveland and Canton through his Shoot for the Moon Foundation’s “Steals and Assists Donation Program”. The Center for Families &

Jones Shoe Deal

Jones signed an agreement with Li-Ning, a Chinese athletic shoe and apparel company. “I got billboards all over China,” said Jones, only half-joking with reporters before the game. “I got wax sculptures. I’m an icon. I’m global. Who’s that global

Cavs Top Bucks

LeBron James scored 35 points and shook off the effects of a hard fall as the Cleveland Cavaliers rebounded from an awful loss with a 96-88 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night. James landed with a thud under

Snow’s Shoot for the Moon

(Cleveland, OH) – Cleveland Cavaliers Co-Captain, Eric Snow, concluded the 2005 year by donating over $7,600 to three local community organizations from the Cleveland and Canton through his Shoot for the Moon Foundation’s “Steals and Assists Donation Program”. The Center