Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Ray Allen suspended one game for elbowing Varejao

Ray Allen will not play tonight against the 76ers for elbowing Anderson Varejao in the groin. The suspension was announced today by Stu Jackson, NBA Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations. The incident occurred with 5:05 remaining in the third quarter of

Cavaliers clinch best record in NBA, set to face detroit in first round

James scored 37 points as the Cavaliers continued their winning streak and beat the Pacers (117-109) on Monday night. It was a big win and a big milestone for the Cavaliers as for the first time they clinched the best

Ben Wallace suffers a patellar tendon strain

An MRI taken at the Cleveland Clinic today revealed that Ben Wallace has a patellar tendon strain. Wallace will miss tonight’s game against the Pacers and possibly Wednesday night game. His status for the playoffs is unknown at this point.

Cavs crush Celtics 107-76

The Cavaliers handed the Celtics their worst loss of the season and they are now one win away from matching the 1985-86 Celtics for best home record. They are also one win away from clinching best record in the League

Ben Wallace out with knee contusion

Ben Wallace, who just returned to the lineup last Wednesday suffered a right knee contusion with 8:36 remaining in the second quarter and didn’t return to action against the Celtics on Sunday afternoon. He will undergo an MRI on Monday

Minor wrist injury sidlines Anderson Varejao

Anderson Varejao is being treated for a swollen and stiff wrist. He received therapy before Sunday’s game against the Spurs but it didn’t improve. X-rays taken at the arena showed no break and there’s a chance he’ll have an MRI

Cavs Bounce Back, Rout Spurs

LeBron James set the tone by scoring 18 first quarter points and he finished with 38 points, seven rebounds and six assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers ended their two game losing streak by beating the San Antonio Spurs 101-81. Delonte

Cavs winning streak stopped by the Wizards

The best team in the Eastern Conference and the League (61-14) played the worst team in the Eastern Conference (18-59) on Thursday night. The results were not what anyone would expect. The Wizards came to the game with more energy