Sasha hopes to return soon

Sasha Pavlovic hopes to return to the Cavaliers by the end of this week.  “I’ve been shooting a lot of jump shots the last 10 days,” Pavlovic said.  “I feel pretty good.”  During FSN’s game on Monday night, he was

Donyell Marshall Struggles in Seattle

Donyell Marshall got into a confrontation with Seattle’s coach P.J. Carlesimo over a defensive assignment during the second quarter that allowed Michael Redd to attempt an open 3-pointer. “Carlesimo kneeled down and chastised Marshall, who responded with an expletive before

Joe Smith is the Revolution

Joe Smith’s NBA career began with a sob. During an April 1995 press conference at his alma mater, Maury High School, Norfolk, Virginia, Joe announced he was leaving the University of Maryland Terrapins at the end of the semester to

Drew Gooden 1 on 1

In a continuing series of one-on-one interviews, Times-News staff writer Duane Rankin talked with Chicago Bulls forward Drew Gooden before and after he played against his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, on Sunday. Gooden was the first player Rankin interviewed

Bulls Horn Cavs

The Chicago Sun Times take on the Cavs loss to the Bulls Thursday night.  As expected, the United Center crowd of 22,097 booed Ben Wallace repeatedly during his return Thursday night. What wasn’t expected was the fans expending even more

LeBron is greeted by Fan

For those of you that watched LeBron’s MVP performance at the Garden Tuesday night, you may have noticed a fan run onto the court at the end of the game.  According to Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal, “I

Ilgauskas out for Two Weeks

Center Zydrunas Ilgauskas gingerly walked into the Cavaliers locker room an hour before Sunday’s game. It had been decided the day before that he would not play because of lower back pain. The game against the Bulls on Sunday won’t

Larry Hughes Stirs Up media in Chicago

It didn’t take much for Hughes to make Bulls fans and Chicago media realized what they’ve got in this trade. The Chicago Sun-Times columnist, Carol Slezak, writes: “Just when you thought the season couldn’t get any worse, the Bulls hit