Lebron needs help

Chances are you remember how LeBron James cemented his legacy as a superstar on the night of May 31, 2007. Whether you were watching live on TV, listening on the radio, eating breakfast the next morning while watching “SportsCenter,” or

Arenas still ailing

Gilbert Arenas, has been held out of training camp for precautionary reasons, should be in the lineup when the Wizards play the Cavaliers on Tuesday. Arenas is still recovering from knee surgery, but should be able to play on Tuesday.

Lebron Supporting the Yankees, How low is that?

We all know Lebron James is longtime Yankees fan, but that has upset a lot of people here in Cleveland. On top of that, Lebron showed up yesterday at Jacobs Field wearing Yankees cap and raising it in front of

Hughes Excited About Playing

As results of leg, fingers injuries that plagued Hughes for the last two seasons, for the first time Larry Hughes is 100 percent healthy. “Larry has been looking good,” LeBron James said. ”His finger’s not bothering him, his foot’s not

ESPN gets ride with Gooden

Jemele Hill from ESPN.COM conducted a interview with Drew Gooden.  Per Jemele the Cleveland Cavaliers forward is definitely a trendsetter, in language — and in hair. You probably remember the strange patch of hair Gooden grew on the back of

Shannon Brown Got a Beating at Cleveland Bar

According to 19 Action News Shannon Brown was involved in a night club beating by a bouncer at Club Liquid over the weekend in downtown Cleveland. “The issue was apparently Brown’s hat, which was not up to par with the

Cavaliers Team Forecast by Hollinger

Here is a great article by John Hollinger recapping the 2006-07 season presenting an alternate narrative than “LeBron James, LeBron James, LeBron James, LeBron James, LeBron James, LeBron James, LeBron James.” “While King James certainly was a major factor, especially

Grizzlies hire Mark Price

Someone thought that the career leader in assists and 19th in league history with a three-point field-goal of 40.2% might be of some help  The Memphis Grizzlies signed Mark Price, the NBA’s all-time free-throw percentage leader, as their shooting coach.