Cavaliers Produce Reel in Highlight Factory

The Cleveland Cavaliers have got to be hands down “the team” to beat.  I mean there are so many one liners that pop into my head I don’t know where to start so I’ll begin with Don’t Wake the Sleeping

Road Warrior LeBron Takes Over “Highlight Factory”

Philips Arena in Atlanta has become known as the “Highlight Factory” thanks to the aerial artistry of the young, high-flying Hawks but on Saturday night LeBron James swooped in and made the “Highlight Factory” his personal showcase. James dropped 47

Cavaliers beat down Hawks for a 3-0 lead

Magic Johnson, during ABC’s NBA Half Time show, had a message to Hawks’ fans; “don’t boo Lebron James“. As he has done several times in his career, the reigning MVP, Lebron James, took a personal interest in punishing those fans

Cavs Cruise to 2-0 Seies Lead

Are we sure the winner of the Kentucky Derby wasn’t named “Cleveland” because that’s exactly what the thoroughbred Cleveland Cavaliers looked liked in game 2 jumping out of the gates and never looking back. The Cavaliers racked up an insurmountable

Lebron to promote a book on St. Vincent-St. Mary basketball team

Adding another peace to his long resume, Lebron James will publish a book about St. Vincent-St. Mary basketball teams that he played on and earned two Division III state titles, the Akron Beacon Journal reported. James will hold his first

Sasha Pavlovic suffered broken nose in Game 1

Sasha Pavlovic broke his nose in the fourth quarter of Cleveland’s Game 1 win over Atlanta on Tuesday night. Pavlovic was elbowed by Hawks F Zaza Pachulia in the fourth quarter. He left practice early yesterday and was fitted with

Lebron James Named to to NBA All-Defensive first team

Two days after being named the league’s Most Valuable Player, James was named to his first All-Defensive first team. LeBron James  joined Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, New Orleans Hornets guard Chris Paul and

James Dazzles as Cavs Rout Hawks

On Tuesday night, NBA Commissioner David Stern presented the 2009 MVP trophy to LeBron James in front of a sellout crowd of 20,562 adoring fans at Quicken Loans Arena–and then James spent the rest of the evening showing why he