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 Browns. Two more should not be a big deal. It is obvious the Cavaliers have […]
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 coming season promises to be a throwback to those glorious days when leading men like […]
No one seems to be more in pursuit of Lebron James than the New York media, New York Daily news in particular. It even seems like they are after Lebron more than the whole Â Knicks organization. In a recent article in the New York Daily news, the Knicks are using Lebronâ€™s friend to help persuade […]
At the teamâ€™s annual media event that was held at the Cleveland Clinic Courts Monday in Independence, the Cavaliers newest and biggest off season addition, Shaquille Oâ€™Neal did his best with the media to put his role in perspective alongside Lebron James. “I’m 37 years old; it isn’t my time anymore,” O’Neal said. “I had […]
State Farm continues its successful relationship with Lebron James through a campaign supporting the companyâ€™s sponsorship of â€œMore Than a Game.â€. The movie opens in select theaters Oct. 2. It tells the true story of five talented young basketball players, including 2009 NBA MVP and All Star LeBron James, and their remarkable journey from Akron, […]
Lebron James and his coach Dru Joyce wereÂ on NPR promoting Lebron’s new book “Shooting Stars“. [You can listen to the full interview online] The discussions revolved around Lebron’s high school experience, sponsorships, some of the most memorable games that he lost, his new teammate Shaq and his plans for 2010. But probably the most intersting […]
NBA players talk about Lebron James best dunk highlights. Which one is your favorite?
The NBA released a memo warning NBA teams that the salary cap is estimated to drop to somewhere between $50.4 million and $53.6 million for the 2010-11 season. Thatâ€™s a drop of $5 to $8 million from last seasonâ€™s salary cap of $58.7 million. Leagues officials estimate that if basketball-related-income, or BRI as it is […]