Billy Thomas – Welcome to Cleveland

Billy Thomas is ready for the Playoffs: I want to be there when the games matter most. I want the chance to be the guy. (Source: The Kansas City Star January 29, 1998) The feeling is mutual. After a 2nd

Gilbert Arenas left practice with sprained wrist

Gilbert Arenas didn’t practice on Sunday after the Wizards medical staff determined he has a sprained right wrist. “Before the Wizards practiced this morning, I watched Gilbert Arenas attempt a couple of warm-up shots. They missed everything and he started

Game 1: James clutch play quiets Wizards

Physical play and hard fouls didn’t stop Lebron in game one against the Wizards. The Wizards wanted to hit James every time he drove to the basket but that only made him stronger and more aggressive. LeBron James was knocked

Wally Szczerbiak to start against the Wizards

Mike Brown is expected to start Wally Szczerbiak at shooting guard today. Brown wants to keep Devin Brown in a reserve role to deal with the Wizards’ second team. ”It’s interesting for sure,” Szczerbiak said. ”That’s why you have to

Playoffs tickets available on flashseats

The playoffs schedule is out and tickets are now available on Flashseats.com. Flash Seats was introduced to Cavaliers season ticket holders in the 2006-07 season. This concept, similar to the e-ticket in the airline industry, allows season ticket holders to

Will Third Time Be The Charm for Wizards?

For the third year in a row, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Washington Wizards will meet in the first round of the playoffs. If playoff games were won by words alone, then the Wizards would already have a 1-0 lead. DeShawn

Cavaliers fans petition to keep the SuperSonics in Seattle

No one know more about losing a franchise more than Cleveland sports fans. Seattle fans are going through the same thing since the league approved the sale of the team to Clay Bennett, an Oklahoman whose idea from the beginning

Sasha Pavlovic to miss two to three weeks with ankle injury

Sasha Pavlovic injured his left ankle in the third quarter of Monday night’s 91-90 win at Philadelphia. He underwent an MRI this morning at The Cleveland Clinic which confirmed the ankle injury. He’s expected to miss two to three weeks.