Category Archives: Cavs
Ron Artest is always good for a laugh, even the night after the Lakers
lost to the Cavs for the second time this season. But in this case, he
has a point.
Asked before the Lakers played the Knicks Friday night if the Cavs
would be a playoff team without LeBron, Artest didn’t hesitate.
CLEVELAND: Nothing extraordinary transpired at Quicken Loans Arena
Wednesday night. An outmanned rival showed up to be pounded into
submission by the Cavaliers 121-98.
I know that has not always been the case this season, when the home
team so often has played down to the level of its opponent. But on this
occasion, the Cavs toyed with the Washington Wizards, who were without
Gilbert ”Doc Holiday” Arenas, whose indefinite suspension for
bringing a firearm (or two or three) into an NBA venue began hours
before the game.
BY Frank Isola
Larry Hughes understands that the chances of him returning to the Knicks next season are slim to none. Unfortunately, the same may be true of one Hughes’ best friends as well.
The Cavaliers are just days away from opening training camp but may not be done with their roster.
Brian Windhorst/Plain Dealer Reporter
According to an NBA source, the Cavaliers have pulled a bit of a surprise by tendering an offer sheet to Miami Heat restricted free agent Jamario Moon. The Heat would have seven days to match starting Monday, when they are expected to receive the paperwork.
Brian Windhorst, The Plain Dealer
The Cavaliers have a lot of options in free agency, but one of their first calls was somewhat surprising.
Cleveland.com is reporting that Anderson Varejao will be opting out of his contract to become an unrestricted free agent.
Espn.com is reporting that Ben Wallace may be thinking about retirement.
Real GM is reporting that the Cavs may be the choice for
soon to be unrestricted free agent Jason Kidd.