David Wesley traded to Hornets

The Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday traded guard David Wesley to the New Orleans Hornets for forward Cedric Simmons. Simmons, 21, was a 2006 first-round pick by the Hornets, who buried him on the bench for most of his rookie campaign. 

Cavaliers’ camp to open today, Eric Snow might have surgery

The Cavaliers will open their first day of training camp today in their new training facility in Independence. Point guard Eric Snow suffered a knee injury while training last week in Atlanta. Snow might have surgery early this week to

Lebron James opens up to Cleveland Media

LeBron James discussed every thing from the Cavaliers’ new practice facility to his eye sur gery and the Indians’ chances in the playoffs in an exclusive telephone interview with The Plain Dealer on Thursday. James spoke after completing a conference

Devin Brown signs with Cavs

The Cavaliers have signed journeyman guard Devin Brown to a contract, league sources said Thursday. Brown, 28, is 6-5, 220 pounds and holds the career scoring record at Texas-San Antonio. He has played in 274 games over parts of five

King James Eyes 2008

LeBron James led the underdog Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA finals last season and the 22-year-old known as “King James” is seeking to do even better with two crowns in 2008. The dream double for James is to lead the

DISH Network to offer HD for the Cleveland Cavaliers

DISH Network(r), home of the best sports and movies in HD as well as the best HD DVR in the industry, announced today the launch of four regional sports networks in high definition (HD). The four regional sports networks now

Flash Seats in Court again

Electronic ticketing venture Flash Seats filed a federal lawsuit on Monday seeking to guard against what it considers patent infringement. The lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Delaware alleges that Irvine, Calif.-based Paciolan’s Ticket Marketplace infringes on Flash Seats’

Eric Williams comes full circle

He has traveled a long, oft-frustrating road since being traded from the Celtics to the Cleveland Cavaliers in December 2003, but forward Eric Williams was back yesterday, auditioning with three other players for an invitation to training camp. Williams, Uruguayan power