Tag Archives: Cavaliers

Expect to see more of Shaq-Z combination

The Cavaliers suffered their second straight loss last night against the Raptors (101-91) and started the new season 0-2. Cavaliers fans should relax. After all, we just suffered 103 loses so far this year by the Indians and the Cleveland

Cavaliers 2009-10 Predictions

Another year for Cleveland’s sports fans. As the Browns crawl their way to another disappointing season, and Indians rebuild (again), Tuesday can’t come soon enough for Cleveland. The Cleveland Cavaliers will open their season on Tuesday against the Boston Celtics

Let the Rivalry Begin. Celtics beat Cavaliers in last preseason game

In a preview of what’s coming next week in the season opener when these two teams face each other at Quicken Loans arena in Cleveland, the Cavaliers and Celtics starters didn’t play much but that didn’t leave the drama out

Upcoming NBA season can be like no other

Cavaliers two mega stars Lebron James and Shaquille O’neal made the October 26th cover of Sports Illustrated. The featured article by Ian Thomson talks about how the upcoming season might be the most exciting title chasing seasons in decades. The

Fox Sports Ohio Announces TV Schedule for 2009-10 Season

Fox Sports Ohio will telecast 34 home games and 36 games from the road during the season. Coverage of the Cavs will begin Wednesday, October 28 at 7pm when the Cavs visit Toronto to take on the Raptors. “FOX Sports

Cavaliers roll over Pistons (102-84)

A lengthy standing ovation and chorous of M-V-P chants filled the arena after Lebron James banked in a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from half court to end the first half. “It brings the house down … the crowd is going crazy,” LeBron

Cavaliers are giving away more than $1 million in prizes

The Cavaliers are giving away $1 million in prizes on Wednesday night when they face the 76ers. The prizes include a new Kia Soul, a mortgage payment from Quicken Loans, a ride on the Goodyear blimp, a trip to Hawaii

Cavaliers plan to rest players

The Cavaliers have a shot at tying the best NBA home-court record tonight when they face the struggling Philadelphia 76ers at Quicken Loans arena. The record was set by the 1985-86 Boston Celtics (40-1) but the Cavs have bigger things