Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Individual Game Tickets

The Cavaliers announced that individual game tickets for the 2005-06 NBA season will go on sale Saturday, October 1st at noon. A special internet only ticket preview sale will take place on Friday, September 30th according to the Cleveland Cavaliers

Pre-Season – Where Are They Now

The Cavaliers are set to begin their pre-season on Monday, October 10th. Who are the teams that make up the Cavaliers pre-season and what do they all have in common? Let’s take a look: Wizards – Phil Hubbard Celtics –

The Top 50 – Where is Lebron?

According to Veteran NBA writer Mike Kahn who is a frequent contributor to, Lebron James is ranked at #9 in this season’s NBA Top 50. According to Kahn, “His numbers — 27.2 pts., 7.4 rebounds and 7.2 assists —

Danny Ferry Is Looking To Add Another Big Man And A Third Point Guard

With two roster spots open, general manager Danny Ferry is still shopping. “The Cavaliers have been in talks with free-agent center Jahidi White for much of the summer and hosted him on a visit last month. They’ve also been in

Joe Tait and WTAM 1100 will continue their partnership with the Cleveland Cavaliers

WTAM 1100 “Voice of the Cavs” will continue its broadcast of the Cavaliers preseason, regular, and post season games through the 2007-08 season. Mike Snyder, WTAM sports director, will host the pre-game, halftime, and post game shows. Also WTAM will

New Orelans Hornets – Life After Katrina

The New Orleans Hornets are first up for the Cavaliers home opener on November 2nd. The Hornets last year finished in last place in the Southwest standings. The Cavaliers won both games in the 2004/05 season with Lebron scoring 22

Can The Cavaliers Rally To The Playoffs Next Season?

With the pacers gaining Ron Artest, Danny Granger and Sarunas Jasikevicius and the Bucks resigning all-star Michael Redd, Andrew Bogut , and Bobby Simmons, the Cavaliers are faced with what could be the toughest division in the East, possibly the

The One-Two Punch

For any fans that need a reminder about why they should be excited about the upcoming 2005-06 season just take a look back at some of the 2004-05 statistics. Lebron was 3rd in the league in ppg with 27.2 and