NBA Attendance

Inside Hoops.COM reports 2005-06 NBA Attendance Includes games of November 27, 2005 Ranked in order of average home attendance: 1 Detroit 22,076 2 Chicago 20,768 3 Dallas 20,263 4 Miami 19,805 5 LA Lakers 18,797 6 San Antonio 18,797 7

Jordan over Ehlo Misses?

While some Chicago Bulls fans might cringe at Gatorade’s recent commercial where Michael Jordan’s famous buzzer-beater against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1989 NBA playoffs misses, Craig Ehlo doesn’t seem to mind. In reality, Jordan hit the shot over Ehlo

Pacers’ Jasikevicius is no average rookie

Greg Boeck from USA TODAY has an interesting article on Pacers’ Jasikevicius. “Great shooter, but too slow and unpolished with the basketball to make it in the NBA as a point guard.” That was the rap against Sarunas Jasikevicius (Shuh-RU-ness

Pavlovic out for 2-3 weeks

Cleveland Cavaliers guard/forward Sasha Pavlovic suffered a sprained left ankle at practice on Monday. X-rays were negative but he is expected to miss two to three weeks of action. Pavlovic has played sparingly for the Cavs in 12 games this

Quickens Loans Closer Than You Think

Jay Miller from Crains Cleveland Business writes: “Though it hasn’t announced a location yet, Quicken Loans Inc. has begun a process that would bring a loan production office to Cleveland. Today, Dec. 5, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority will consider

CAVS Fall Again

Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal gives us a nice recap of Saturday evenings loss to the Clippers. “In every NBA season there are invariably going to be nights when a team is destined to lose. The Cleveland Cavaliers

Wrong Mind-Set: Cavs lose to Sonics

“This time, we came out with the wrong mind-set. We thought that we were going to outscore them. We can’t do that with anybody,” Cleveland coach Mike Brown said. “Yes, we can score, but we have to get defensive stops.”

Lebron as popular as the Beatles?

Ken Wiebe from SLAM SPorts says that Kevin Garnett thinks so. Accolades have become commonplace for LeBron James, but it’s not every day you get compared to the likes of John, Ringo and Paul in their heyday. While the comparison