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

Larry Hughes will have surgery Tuesday

Cavaliers guard Larry Hughes will have surgery on his fractured right long finger Tuesday. Surgery will be performed by Dr. Thomas J. Graham, Chief of the Curtis National Hand Center at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Following surgery, a

FSN Ohio To Present Cavaliers Basketball In High Definition

FSN Ohio announced today a nine-game package presenting the Cavaliers in high definition television (HDTV). Steve Liverani, Vice President and General Manager, FSN Ohio, made the announcement. The first of nine Cavaliers games in HDTV will debut on Monday, February

Boozer expects to play tonight against Minnesota

Boozer, who missed the first 49 games with a strained hamstring, said he will play Friday night when the Utah Jazz visit the Minnesota Timberwolves. “I don’t know how long I’ll play. You’ve got to ask Coach that. But I’ll

Z Will Get His Rest

Z did not make this years All Star Team. Detroit was rewarded Thursday night for one of the best starts in NBA history when four Pistons made the All-Star team as reserves. Chauncey Billups, Richard Hamilton, Ben Wallace and Rasheed

Hughes Recovery Delayed

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Larry Hughes will be out longer than expected because his broken finger hasn’t healed as quickly as the team had hoped, the Cavaliers said Thursday. Hughes, the team’s second-leading scorer, was to miss six to eight weeks

Usher is MIA at Cavaliers’ games

IndyStar.Com wonders has Usher been shown the door by the Cleveland Cavaliers? The Grammy-winning R&B artist, who said “I look for Cleveland to be my home away from home” when he became a minority owner last year, has not attended

James Lead East

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James has been voted as a starter to the 2006 Eastern Conference All-Star Team by the fans, it was announced today by the NBA. James received the third-most votes overall (2,207,697) and the most among Eastern