Category Archives: Cavaliers News

Cavaliers Acquire Ronald Murray and Get Lee Nailon Back

The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired guard Ronald “Flip” Murray from the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for guard Mike Wilks and cash considerations, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. In 48 games (two starts) this season, Murray is averaging 9.9


Ten NBA scouts, including Cleveland Cavaliers general manager Danny Ferry, were at Smith Center. Many were there to get a firsthand look at La Salle’s Steve Smith. The Colonials also have a pair of NBA prospects in Pops Mensah-Bonsu and

James’ game is missing one ingredient: defense

Rob Oller of the Columbus Dispatch explains, of course LeBron James was named MVP of Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game. The league expects and rewards lack of defense during the annual East meets West Whoopdeedoo. And James did not disappoint. Lukewarm

Cavaliers sign Stephen Graham to a second 10-day contract

In an expected move, the Cavs signed rookie swingman Stephen Graham to a second 10-day contract on Monday. In four games with the Cavs, Graham is averaging 3.5 points and 2.3 rebounds in 13.5 minutes. The Cavs will have six

LeBron becomes the youngest All-Star MVP

James scored 29 points in leading the Eastern Conference to a 122-120 comeback victory. It earned him the game’s Most Valuable Player Award. The 21-year-old James is the youngest ever to win it, edging Oscar Robertson, who was 22 when

Say What?

Here’s Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett and Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James … ) On how many Valentine’s Day marriage proposals each has received over the years: Garnett: “I got quite a few. Both male and female. Everybody likes something.” James:

Cavs Come Up Big in 2 OT

LeBron James had 43 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists for his fourth triple-double of the season, and the Cleveland Cavaliers overcame Paul Pierce’s 50-point performance to beat the host Boston Celtics 113-109 in double overtime on Wednesday night. Pierce

Hughes Out Most Likely Rest of Season

Cavaliers guard Larry Hughes is likely to miss the rest of the regular season after having surgery on Tuesday for the second time in six weeks on his broken right middle finger. Hughes, the team’s second-leading scorer, was supposed to