Mike Brown to keep West on the Bench… for now

Don’t expect to see West starting any time soon for the Cavaliers.  Mike Brown doesn’t want to miss with his starting lineup at this point and will keep Anthony Parker in his starting spot. West made his debut for the

Expect to see more of Shaq-Z combination

The Cavaliers suffered their second straight loss last night against the Raptors (101-91) and started the new season 0-2. Cavaliers fans should relax. After all, we just suffered 103 loses so far this year by the Indians and the Cleveland

Defensive-Minded Celtics Spoil Cavaliers’ Home Opener

The Boston Celtics held the Cleveland Cavaliers to 29-70 field goal shooting (.414), overcame an early 14 point deficit to build a 15 point second half lead and then staved off a late Cleveland rally to topple the Cavaliers 95-89

Celtics Glen Davis sidelined indefinitely

Glenn “Baby” Davis broke his thumb last Sunday in an altercation with a former LSU teammate Sunday and he will need surgery to repair it according to ESPN. The injury will sideline Davis indefinitely. “It looks like he’s going to

Cavaliers are interested in Antonio Daniels

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cavaliers are close to signing free agent guard Antonio Daniels. The 14-years veteran was waived by the Minnesota Timberwolves following a contract buyout. Daniels can play both guard positions. He averaged 4.1 points,

Delonte West in a domestic abuse trouble

Delonte West’s wife filed a domestic violence report with Cleveland police against her husband last Sunday on her way to fly to her father’s house in New Jersey. In the report, Kimberly West says that Delonte West had accused her

Cavaliers 2009-10 Predictions

Another year for Cleveland’s sports fans. As the Browns crawl their way to another disappointing season, and Indians rebuild (again), Tuesday can’t come soon enough for Cleveland. The Cleveland Cavaliers will open their season on Tuesday against the Boston Celtics

NBA refs to return for regular season

After a monthlong lockout, the NBA referees approved the collective bargaining deal that was agreed to in principle last Tuesday. “We are pleased to reach this agreement,” NBA commissioner David Stern said in a statement. “The negotiations extended further than