Grumpy Byron is hardly a brand new phenomenon
The Cavs have plenty of talent signed long-term, but Dan Gilbert and co. have plenty more contract decisions (and luxury tax payments) looming.
Is the NBA ready for “On a Mission” LeBron?
Are we having fun yet?
Three-to-four months would have been October…
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
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
In an injury-riddled career that has seen him appear more on training and operating tables than the basketball court, it looks as though the former Ohio State star Greg Oden will attempt a comeback to the court one more time. Reports are stating that Oden will have a one-week tryout for the Jiangsu Monkey Kings of the Chinese
The wheel o’ rumors keeps on spinning, spinning, spinning, and the latest stop has the Cleveland Cavaliers and Brooklyn Nets talking about a trade built around seven-time All-Star shooting guard Joe Johnson, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. The Cavs would send the Nets Brendan Haywood and his $10.5 million nonguaranteed contract, which Brooklyn could immediately waive
One of my running jokes throughout the Cleveland Cavaliers’ season, which was rife with melodrama both real and manufactured, was that the Cavaliers were starring in a soap opera called As the Cavs Turn. On a team with LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love, everything was viewed as newsworthy. Was Kevin Love fitting “in” or “out”?
For months and months, we’ve been expecting talks to intensify over the peculiar unguaranteed contract of backup Cleveland Cavaliers center Brendan Haywood. On Tuesday, we received one of the first substantive rumors involving his future. Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express-News tweeted that the Spurs and Cavaliers have had discussions about a Haywood trade.
It’s that time of year: NBA Players exercise their rights to opt out of their current contracts in hopes of securing deals that either pay them more or provide them security over a longer period of time. For Cleveland Cavaliers swingman J.R. Smith, it may be a product of both. According to Shams Charania, Smith
With the playoffs over and the draft upon us, it’s officially silly season time again in the NBA. While the summer of 2015 isn’t likely to be as earth-shattering for the Cleveland Cavaliers as last July, there are still an awful lot of decisions to make. Just three weeks ago, I wrote an FAQ on
Prepare the Godfather music and “goosey” three-point celebrations: Mo Williams is interested in re-joining the Cavs. The soon-to-be free agent point guard, who finished last season with the Charlotte Hornets after being traded by the Minnesota Timberwolves, is “more than interested” in coming back to Cleveland, according to NEOMG’s Chris Haynes. The Cavaliers have an obvious need for
The Legend of Matthew Dellavedova continues to live on through the NBA Finals, but this doesn’t mean that the Cleveland Cavaliers did not try to upgrade the backup point guard spot in February. We heard about players like Steve Nash being on the phones with the Cavs, but according to The New York Post’s Mark
Kevin Love continues to say all the right things when it comes to his desire to remain in Cleveland beyond this season. But in the event all of those words were just that—words—it appears that David Griffin and the Cavaliers may have a contingency plan in the way of another All-Star power forward. According to
After fielding phone calls, texts and DMs from would-be suitors, veteran swingman Ray Allen has decided to pass on all offers to play in the NBA this season. In a press released issued by Tadem Sports and Entertainment, Allen told the world he will stay on the sidelines for the residual portion of the year
Once an All-Star, Baron Davis, who is currently in retirement, wants to make a comeback. According to TMZ, Davis is in talks to return to the NBA and has had discussions with multiple playoff contenders. Among the playoff contenders that have talked to Davis are two of his former teams, the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland