The Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly reached an agreement with veteran forward Jeff Green on a one year deal. The deal is worth $2.3 million dollars which is the veteran's minimum. In terms of luxury tax, the Cavaliers are a repeat offender so this will in reality cost them around $8 million. Green, a nine year veteran … Continue reading Cavs, Jeff Green agree to deal
The rumors have already started flying around the NBA world about Knicks forward and Bulls guard Dwyane Wade's futures with their respective teams. Knicks president Phil Jackson insinuated in a tv interview on Wednesday that Carmelo's tenure with the organization is coming to an end sooner rather than later. Despite opting in for another season … Continue reading Carmelo and DWade to Cleveland?
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George reportedly told the organization that he will leave the team next summer when he can become a free agent. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports and the Vertical was the first to report this and he also added that George prefers to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. George has a … Continue reading Paul George plans to leave Pacers, prefers Lakers, Cavs pursuing
It was a tough ending for the Cavaliers season on Monday night, losing to the Golden State Warriors 129-120 and ending the NBA Finals four games to one. Cleveland put up a tough fight but they couldn't match the firepower that Golden State has in their arsenal. Immediately following the game, speculation began as to … Continue reading What’s next for the Cavs?
It's the eve of the NBA Finals and while the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are gearing up for their third straight matchup for the championship, that topic took a little bit of a backseat on Wednesday as an historic moment in Cleveland sports and NBA history was recognized.May 31, 2007.The Palace of Auburn … Continue reading Lebron’s Game 5 vs Detroit: Ten Years Later
We're just a couple of days away from the start of the 2017 NBA Finals but there's still a situation ongoing in the Cleveland Cavaliers organization. General manager David Griffin's contract expires at the end of the season and it looks as if he won't be returning next season. ESPN's Brian Windhorst said on ESPN … Continue reading The Cavs need to keep David Griffin
The Cleveland Cavaliers once again made a clean sweep in the playoffs, finishing off the Toronto Raptors with a 109-102 victory in Game 4 on Sunday. Cleveland became the first team in NBA history to sweep through the first two rounds of the postseason in consecutive seasons. They also extended their playoff winning streak … Continue reading Cavs sweep Raptors, advance to Eastern Conference Finals
The Cleveland Cavaliers swept through the first round of the playoffs for the third straight postseason with a 106-102 win over Indiana on Sunday. The defending NBA champions will now get at least six days of rest while they wait for the winner of the Milwaukee/Toronto series which is currently tied at 2 games a … Continue reading Cavs sweep Pacers
After the long excruciating regular season, the NBA playoffs begin on Saturday. The Cleveland Cavaliers begin their pursuit of a second straight NBA championship. They're the second seed in the Eastern Conference, losing out to the Boston Celtics by two games and posting a 51-31 record. Their first test comes against the Indiana Pacers, the … Continue reading 2017 NBA Playoffs: Cavs vs Pacers preview
https://twitter.com/GoodmanESPN/status/846525485731332096 In a moment that I never saw coming, Akron Zips basketball coach Keith Dambrot has reportedly accepted an offer to become the head coach at Duquesne. Dambrot has been the head coach at Akron since 2004, posting a 305-138 during his tenure. He led the Zips to three MAC (Mid-American Conference) tournament victories along … Continue reading Keith Dambrot leaves Akron for Duquesne