Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Scot Pollard on Donaghy and his Future

Scot Pollard can’t say that he particularly liked referee Tim Donaghy, but then again there are a lot of referees that Pollard doesn’t like.  “I could say I don’t like him that much, but there’s a long list of refs

Golden State Warriors Interested in Gooden?

Trade talks between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers regarding Drew Gooden and Anderson Varejao have been rumored in the past few days. League sources indicated on Thursday that Gooden may be moved to the Warriors for the Traded

LeBron vs. Dwyane Wade On Christmas Day

The Cavaliers will play the Miami Heat at The Q in a Christmas Day NBA game to be shown on ABC, the Miami Herald reported today. The Herald reported that the Cavs-Heat game is part of a schedule that is

Cavaliers Standing Still

Since the start of free agency this summer, a number of free agent point guards signed reasonable deals elsewhere, leaving little in the way of help at the team’s weakest spot. So who is left in the market? Jason Kline

“Cleveland Clinic Courts” Design Unveiled

At a press conference held at Quicken Loans Arena, Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert and General Manager Danny Ferry were joined by Cleveland Clinic Chief Marketing Officer Jim Blazar to present the first peek of the design and features for

Summer has never been better for Covile

Ryvon Covile was thrilled to have an opportunity to play for the Cavaliers on the summer league roster.  He was hoping to have been drafted from the University of Detroit Mercy.  Like many others who have tried and succeeded, the

Varejao Dribbles

According to Bob Finnan,  Varejao’s agent Dan Fegan thinks his client is worth as least $8 million or 9 million a season.  The CAVS offer is thought to be more around 6 million.  Some are saying that Varejao may decide

Worlds Apart?

What do Yi and Danny Ferry have in common.  Well more than you might think.  Ferry refused to join the Clippers after he was drafted No. 2 out of Duke in 1989.  He played one season in Italy and then