A Look at the New Score Board at The Q

I finally took a picture that I can share with you of the new score board at the Q. It is big; I mean it’s probably twice the size of the old one. The wide screen is really great. I

Number 23 admits being “stupid”!

Alright, before anyone get confused here, I am talking about the other 23, Michael Jordan. That’s one thing I have in common with LeBron James beside my high flying dunk ;) we are both big fans of MJ. So, in

How Have They Fared So Far?

The Cavaliers are 4-2 through six of the eight pre-season games. How do you think they have played so far this season? Who do you think, if anyone, has either met or not met your expectations? We would like to

Friendly Reminder to LeBron, Get Back on Defense

LeBron James finished with a team high 30 points to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers past the Philadelphia 76ers 106-102 Thursday night. Midway through the fourth quarter on a baseline move, LeBron thought he had been fouled which resulted in a

CAVS WIN – Lebron Is BACK

The Cavaliers won their pre-season game Wednesday evening 88-84 against the unbeaten Memphis Grizzlies. The Cavaliers (3-2) were led by Lebron James with 26 points followed by Drew Gooden with 18. Pau Gasol led the Grizzlies with 24. The offense

LeBron James Support New NBA Dress Code

On Monday, the NBA announced in a memo to teams that a dress code will go into effect at the start of the season. Saying players must dress in “business casual” attire, the league banned items such as sleeveless shirts,

LeBron Hopes to Play Tomorrow

LeBron James is feeling better, and will try to play in the Cavaliers’ exhibition game Wednesday against the Memphis Grizzlies. “I’m 90 percent better than I was last week, but I’m not where I want to be,” he said. “But

The Cavaliers Still Can’t Find The Basket From Behind The Arc

This off season was all about getting good shooters. Danny Ferry spent a lot of money to sign Damon Jones and Donyell Marshall. But apparently we are still struggling from behind the arc. The team is shooting just 26 percent