First round draft pick Christian Eyenga re-sign with Spanish team

A Spanish website reported that Christian Eyenga sign a contract extension with the Spanish team DKV Joventut. Details of the contract were not available. After watching Eyenga play in Vegas summer league, it was believed that the Cavaliers wanted to

The Evolution of Cleveland’s Roster Since 2007

In 2007, the Cavaliers surprised many pundits—but not this writer—by making it to the NBA Finals, where a veteran San Antonio Spurs team promptly swept them. The Cavs had perhaps reached the championship round “a year early,” but rather than

Cleveland Cavaliers Go Paperless

Veritix will become the exclusive ticket service provider for both primary and secondary market ticket sales for Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Lake Erie Monsters beginning October 1, 2009. Cavs owner Dan Gilbert is the majority owner of

Cavaliers sign Moon to offer sheet

The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed restricted free agent Jamario Moon to an offer sheet. Moon spent last season with the Heat, who on Sunday confirmed the offer first reported by ESPN.com. Terms were not disclosed. Calls to Joel Bell, Moon’s

Cavs Upgrade With Parker for Pavlovic “Swap”

This summer, the Cavs essentially traded Ben Wallace for Shaquille O’Neal and swapped Sasha Pavlovic for Anthony Parker; technically, the Cavs shipped Wallace and Pavlovic to Phoenix in exchange for O’Neal and then signed Parker as a free agent. I

Anderson Varejao agrees to a six year deal with the Cavaliers

The Cavaliers have come to terms with Anderson Varejao, agent Dan Fegan said Wednesday. Varejao is set to get six-years contract and worth as much as $50 million. According to Fegan, the Portland Trail Blazers and Oklahoma City Thunder were

Cavaliers are close to a contract agreement with Parker

The Cavaliers are close to making their first free agent move this off season. According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cavaliers have agreed to the structure of a contract with Toronto’s guard Anthony Paker and the deal is expected

How New Salary Cap Might Impact the summer of 2010

The NBA released a memo warning NBA teams that the salary cap is estimated to drop to somewhere between $50.4 million and $53.6 million for the 2010-11 season. That’s a drop of $5 to $8 million from last season’s salary