The Road Ahead

Branson Wright from the Cleveland Plain Dealer reminds us that a future without Anderson Varejao and Sasha Pavlovic has become so bleak that even LeBron James has started to visualize life without the two holdouts. “We don’t know for sure

Lebron James Answers Questions About Varejao and Pavlovic

LeBron James gave his most in-depth interview in weeks about the current state of the team and the absence of Pavlovic and Varejao. Here are his thoughts: “For me as a leader, you want guys around you that are going

FSN Ohio Announces Cavs Telecast

FSN Ohio announced today its wall to wall coverage of 70 regular season games as the Cavaliers begin the defense of their Eastern Conference crown, beginning with the home opener against Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, October

Cavaliers Tickets Six Pack

The Cavaliers are giving fans another opportunity to get tickets to the biggest games of the 2007-08 season at Quicken Loans Arena by introducing the Six Pack ticket plan. It’s a pick and choose option that starts with the October

Scott Williams to work with the Bucks

Former Cavaliers Scott William will be a pre and post game analyst for the Milwaukee Bucks this season. Williams was let go by the Cavs after two years of doing the color on FSN-Ohio because. Austin Carr, who split time

Orlando Displays some Magic

Li Wei (China Daily) describes the action:  Dwight Howard didn’t honor his commitment to dunk over LeBron James, but it didn’t stop the NBA China Games from rocking 15,000 fervent fans in Shanghai last night. The Orlando Magic center scored

Analyzing Anderson Varejao and Sasha Pavlovic Situation

Peter Vecsey of the New York Post had a good article about Anderson Varejao and Sasha Pavlovic contract negotiation. Signs are the Cavaliers might have to start the season without them unless Varejao settle for what he’s really worth. Both

Reghi catches up

In Their Words is a weekly feature appearing Sundays in The Blade’s sports section. Blade sports writer Maureen Fulton talked with Michael Reghi, a longtime sports broadcaster in Ohio who was the television voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers for 12