The ink is dry and the deal is done.
Tristan Thompson is providing the scary for Dan Gilbert just in time for Halloween!
Are we having fun yet?
Will J.R. play nice after re-signing with the Cavs for a lesser contract than the one he opted out of? Fingers crossed.
Three-to-four months would have been October…
The year 2015 is strange indeed. We wondered how things would go over in terms of the Indians’ social media presence if the season didn’t turn out well. Despite the fact that the Tribe mostly disappointed and ended up selling some at the trade deadline, they’ve managed to keep their spirit and sense of humor
The deal isn’t official yet, but the Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly agreed last week to a two-year deal that will bring 30-year-old Russian center Sasha Kaun to the NBA after six seasons playing for CSKA Moscow. The Plain Dealer‘s Terry Pluto spoke to the man who drafted Kaun in 2008, Danny Ferry. Ferry was the Cavs GM from
Chugga chugga chugga chugga chugga chugga… The season is a ways away yet, but the 2015 Cleveland Cavaliers’ hype train is starting to pick up steam. For a day — or an Instagram post, at least — the conductor was one LeBron James. LeBron took to the ‘Gram Monday to post a picture of he
We’ll see Mo Williams back in a Cavaliers jersey soon. Per his Instagram page, an old friend has come back to Cleveland with him: the goosey. The goosey came back to the land with me A photo posted by Mo Williams (@mogotti25) on Aug 24, 2015 at 12:15pm PDT The three-point celebration became synonymous with Mo
The Cleveland Cavaliers now have 14 feet worth of Russian center. The team agreed to a two-year deal with 30-year-old Alexander “Sasha” Olegovich Kaun Saturday. Kaun becomes the Cavs’ second Russian seven footer, joining Timofey Mozgov. David Pick of RealGM was first with the news, with ESPN’s Brian Windhorst confirming and adding that the second year
J.R. Smith says he’s back with the Cavaliers. He states — underneath a lovely beach picture — that he opted out of his contract to “understand the landscape,” but ultimately decided to come back to the Cavaliers. That landscape has yielded a two-year deal – including a no-trade clause – with the first year worth
LeBron James gave a talk on a recent tour to help promote Nike Rise, a nationwide search for basketball talent, but he couldn’t just talk. James played in what looked like a really loose exhibition game that was nothing more than him dunking and an excuse to fire pyrotechnics in a smallish indoor basketball facility. Given that it’s
While he could simply be trying to fuel the fire in an otherwise quiet offseason, at least on a relative scale, LeBron James continues to hint at being a part of a sequel to the mid-90s hoops-filled cartoon Space Jam. In an interview with TODAY, James referred to films as a passion of his and
Russian center Sasha Kaun was in Cleveland Monday, taking a brief tour of the city and doing a bit of house hunting, fueling speculation that he will sign with the Cavaliers soon. This report comes via NEOMG’s Chris Haynes. Kaun, 30, and the Cavaliers have yet to reach an agreement. However, “it’s only a matter of
Last week, the Cleveland Cavaliers had the fewest players under contract in the NBA with only 11. On the other hand, the Dallas Mavericks had 20, the maximum number of players allowed at this time of the season. While we’ve seen reports for a while the Cavs are unlikely to keep 15 by the start
When J.R. Smith turned down a player option worth $6.4 million in order to test free agency, he did so under the assumption that the multi-year offers would come rolling in. Unfortunately for the veteran swingman, not only did this not occur, but the team he prefers to play for—the Cleveland Cavaliers—has offered him a
Tristan Thompson and J.R. Smith remain unsigned, but the Cleveland Cavaliers made a minor addition Sunday when they agreed to a training camp contract with combo guard Jared Cunningham. The 24-year-old stands 6-foot-4 and 194 pounds, and has played shooting guard for most of his career. Cunningham has bounced between the NBA and the D-League in
On Thursday afternoon, after announcing that he would help provide full-ride scholarships to the University of Akron for students who complete his charitable organization’s mentoring program, LeBron James spoke briefly about something more important than the futures of hundreds of children: basketball. While at Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio — where the LeBron
News emerged Thursday afternoon that LeBron James would be making a “major announcement” at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. What could it be? Would James be retiring from basketball to pursue his new-found acting career or, even better, stand-up comedy? Would James concede defeat and admit that Skip Bayless has been right about everything all along?