Hughes to practice with the team today

Larry Hughes is expected to take part in a practice today for the first time since December, Brian Windhorst from the Akron Beacon Journal reported. Doctors cleared him Tuesday to resume full workouts with his repaired right middle finger. Hughes

Letter from Danny Ferry

To celebrate the Cavaliers playoff birth, Danny Ferry sent a letter to all the Cavaliers fans. If you are not a Cavaliers insider and didn’t receive the letter then here it is: “Dear Cavaliers Partner, I thought now would be

Hughes’ recovery on schedule

Cavaliers guard Larry Hughes’ fractured right long finger was examined today in Baltimore, Maryland by Dr. Thomas Graham, chief of the Curtis National Hand Center and Dr. Richard Parker, Cavaliers Head Team Physician. The examination confirmed the healing process is

Cavaliers New Training Facility

The Cavs plan to build a new training facility in the suburbs. They’re relocating from the “Q” and focusing on a new site in Independence. It’s off Brecksville Road, north of Rockside. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Independence Mayor Fred

LeBron James named player of the week

LeBron James was named today as the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played Monday, March 20 through Sunday, March 26. James won the award for the second consecutive week after leading Cleveland to a perfect 3-0

LeBron Makes The World’s Best-Paid Athletes List

Between his astounding stats and a hefty endorsement portfolio, which include Nike, Upper Deck and Coca-Cola, the 6-foot-8 forward earned close to $23 million. Of course, his wallet is sure to grow even thicker when he renews his contracts next

Hughes Progressing

Larry Hughes’ return to action is near. He could return within 2 weeks. He’s no longer in a cast and he’s no longer wearing a brace. Hughes has started taking short jumpers and ball-handling drills. “I’m feeling good right now,”

High School Play

James and Snow will be keeping an eye on their high schools this weekend in the state basketball championships. James, of course, led St. Vincent-St. Mary to three state titles in his four years there. The Irish play in the