Damon Jones Sprained His Left Ankle

Cavaliers point guard Damon Jones left Tuesday night’s game with a sprained left ankle after banging into Boston Celtics guard Ricky Davis in the second quarter. Jones went down and had to be helped off the floor and to the

Tractor Traylor Is Back

Free agent Robert “Tractor” Traylor plans to resume working out in six weeks after heart surgery last week, his agent, Andre Colona, said Monday. Colona said that Traylor, who played for Cleveland last season, failed a physical with the New

Did You Know

When James had 36 points and Larry Hughes had 37 in the game against the Philadelphia Sixers , it marked the first time in Cavaliers history that two players had 35 points or more in the same game. Good things

LeBron James Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week

For the fourth time in his career, LeBron James was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week on Monday. In three wins last week, he averaged 29.7 points on .547 (35-64) shooting, nine rebounds and six assists. Saturday in

LeBron’s “a freak”

Celtics coach Doc Rivers believes the Cavaliers superstar could do wondrous things for the Cleveland Browns. “I just couldn’t believe his body,” Rivers said of the first time he saw James. “His body and speed. He’s a freak. He’s a

The Cavaliers Finally Got it Right from Behind the Arc

Ten games into the 2005-06 season, it appears the Cavaliers got what they have been trying to accomplish in the past 2 years. After Saturday’s win over Philadelphia, the Cavaliers are sixth in the NBA in 3-point percentage at 38.1

Usher has a new movie and big plans

By any measure Usher is a big global star, but the R&B singer, whose album “Confessions” has sold more than 15 million copies, wants to get bigger. Click HERE for the complete story.

One For The Road

Saturday night’s game against the Philadelphia Sixers was one of the most exciting games this year. That is if you didn’t turn it off at halftime. While both teams kept on scoring, it seemed as though nothing was going to