The Bobcats Offers Varejao $17.4 million

ESPN just reported that the the Charlotte Bobcats reached agreement Tuesday on a three-year offer sheet with Cleveland restricted free agent Anderson Varejao, giving the Cavaliers a week to match the deal or lose him.ESPN The Magazine’s Ric Bucher reported

Varejao a Bobcat?

The Charlotte Bobcats appear poised to sign big man Anderson Varejao to an offer sheet, although that’s a long way from actually having Varejao on their roster. A Brazilian publication, UOL Sporte, quoted Varejao as saying he’s signing a three-year

Lebron might miss tonight’s game

Lebron looked healthy yesterday at the Cleveland Clinic Courts. But his sprained left index finger still remains a source of speculation and “He’s day to day” coach Mike Brown said. “It’s a slow process, the injury he has,” Brown said.

Cavs lost to Toronto

The Cavaliers could not sum up the will and ability to beat the Toronto Raptors Friday night.  The lost 91-82, a score that if you didn’t watch the game might think it was closer than it was.  Even though both

Kidd and James?

Ian Thomsen from SI.Com has an interesting article about Jason Kidd: It would be wrong to say that Kidd’s ambition to play for a contender puts the Nets in a weak position. Just the opposite: His desire to compete makes

James and Chris Might Miss Tonight’s Game

The Cavaliers are listing Lebron James as “day to day” and calling him a game-time decision for tonight’s game against the Toronto Raptors. Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic Toronto performed an MRI on Thursday on James’ left index finger. The

Lebron James Injury Update

LeBron underwent a MRI today at Cleveland Clinic Toronto which confirmed the sprain in his left index finger. He is currently listed as day to day and will be a game time decision for tomorrow night’s game in Toronto against

Lebron’s Road to a Billion-Dollar Brand

A very interesting article that appeared today on Fortune, talks about Lebron and his vision to building a billion-dollar brand. After Lebron’s stunning and historic performance in game five of the  Eastern Conference finals against the Detroit Pistons, and was