Cavs Unveil Alternate Uniform

Wine and gold are thought to be the tried and true colors of the Cavaliers, but all this time hiding in the wings is another team hue just waiting to make it’s official debut navy. The wait will be over

2006 All-Star Balloting Begins

It’s time Cavaliers fan to vote for the 2006 NBA All-Star Game, which will air live on TNT, ESPN Radio and in more than 200 countries worldwide, will be held at the Toyota Center in Houston on Sunday, Feb. 19.

MPV – Kobe, Duncan, Lebron?

David DuPree, from USA TODAY says the MVP race, according to readers who responded to this week’s USA Today question, is going to be a two-man race between Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and Tim Duncan of the

Danny Ferry

Michael Lee, Washington Post Staff Writer, offers a nice BIO on our new GM and former Cavaliers player Danny Ferry. “He was the 6-year-old kid who sat on his father’s lap when then Washington Bullets general manager Bob Ferry scouted

Z Still Can’t enough Z’s

According to Brian Windhorst, Akron Beacon Journal Sports Writer, one key issue for the Cavaliers center is regular sleep. The season has started again, and so have Ilgauskas’ bouts of insomnia. It was a problem that first cropped up at

L&L Come Up Big

It was the Lebron and Larry show Tuesday night as the Cleveland Cavaliers (6-2) won their fifth straight overall and their fourth straight at home, defeating the Washington Wizards (5-2) 114-99. James scored a season-high 37, and collected 10 rebounds.

Team and Top NBA Player Salaries

NBA TEAM SALARIES FOR 2004-05 SEASON By / Feb. 5, 2005. Salaries are rounded off. RANK TEAM TOTAL SALARY 1) New York Knicks $103,100,000 2) Dallas Mavericks $90,900,00 3) Portland Trail Blazers $75,000,000 4) Philadelphia 76ers $70,700,000 5) Minnesota

Wizards Rank # 2 In NBA Power Rankings

An interesting look at the NBA Power Rankings by By Kori Ellis of THE TOP 1. Detroit Pistons – The undefeated Pistons have won six in a row, including three straight on the road. Maybe Larry Brown wasn’t that