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Cavaliers’ Tyler Zeller lost 8 pounds towards the end of the season due to the flu, but don’t worry, he’s gained it back and then some thanks to Krispy Kreme donuts. The Cavs big man, who returned to Cleveland in June at around 258 pounds, says he’s eaten as many as 10 Krispy Kreme donuts in one sitting.
How else to explain the 10 Krispy Kreme donuts in one sitting? Really. Ten. ”They’re so good,” he said, unabashedly. “If you get them hot….”
Yeah, yeah. We know. ”I ate about six in probably 10 minutes, maybe less,” he said.
In spite of his high metabolism, when he returned to Cleveland in late June, he was up 20 pounds, about eight pounds more than the 250 he played at most of his rookie season.
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On NBA.com, Cleveland Cavaliers center Tyler Zeller is listed at 250 pounds. Clearly, that’s not much weight to carry around on a 7-foot frame, so his offseason goal was to pack on some pounds in order to better respond to the physical rigors inherent of playing the center position in the NBA. Generally, professional athletes, […]The post Cavaliers center Tyler Zeller credits...
Tweet Here are two truths in the world: 1: As a rookie with the Cleveland Cavaliers last season, it was clear that Tyler Zeller needed to bulk up if he wanted to be an effective NBA player for years to come. 2: Krispy Kreme doughnuts are delicious, but they’re pretty sure to make you gain […]
The difference between Cavaliers center Tyler Zeller and most of the rest of us is that he actually wanted to gain 20 pounds on vacation.
How else to explain the 10 Krispy Kreme donuts in one sitting?
"They're so good'' he said unabashedly. "If you get them hot….''
Yeah yeah. We know.
"I ate about six in probably 10 minutes maybe...
On Monday, former Cavalier guard Daniel Gibson posted a thank you to Cleveland fans for their support, and at the same time apologized for his performance last season.
The text of the picture says “With all the injuries and playing hurt… I wouldn’t want to leave Cleveland this way, it would hurt me to leave that way. I feel like the fans have always shown love to me, and this...
According to Jason Lloyd, the Cleveland Cavaliers have signed undrafted free agent PG Matthew Dellavedova to a two year contract. The deal is worth $1.3 million, although only a small portion of it is guaranteed for this season.
#Cavs sign undrafted rookie PG Matthew Dellavedova to 2yr deal with small guarantee. Story: http://t.co/W3tKUcz6NW
— Jason Lloyd (@JasonLloydABJ) September...
So Daniel Gibson, formally of the Cleveland Cavaliers posted that picture on instagram.
It pretty much self explanatory what he tried to do. Obviously he felt like the Cavalier fans deserved more than they got from him while he was in Cleveland.
However, if you’re a Cleveland fan you have to ask yourself, “Why is he apologizing? He was apart of the greatest 4 years in the history...
Rankings and lists are two of the worst things about sports media; we, as fans, have this burning desire to put everything in order and determine how good something is relative to other things. We can’t just accept greatness; we have to figure out just how great it is. I am certainly guilty of this over the past couple weeks. I’m here to atone for my mistake; though it may be...
Bynum has a financial incentive to get back on the court. With that being said, Bynum isn’t in any rush according to NBA Injury News.
In an interview with Mary Schmitt Boyer of The Plain Dealer, Cleveland Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum said that he is on schedule to return to the court this season. While Bynum said that he will be able to return, he didn’t announce a specific...
He might want to work on playing his own sport first.
The always entertaining Terrell Owens thinks he could play in the NBA. Here is what he told Sports Nation:
“I could play, I’m better than Luke Walton!”
Nevermind that Luke Walton isn’t currently on a roster because T.O. wasn’t always the brightest bulb. I would like to say that 98% of athletes that think they can...
Ever wanted to have your name on an NBA court?
Well, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks might be the first two NBA teams to do so as they might offer season ticket holders that special honor.
Check out some of the details from Sports Business Daily:
The teams, Cleveland and Milwaukee, intend the plan as another benefit tied to their year-round membership and fan-loyalty...
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced that Steve Hetzel has been named the new head coach of the Canton Charge. "Steve has excelled every step along the way during his eight years in the NBA and we are thrilled to have someone with his player development and coaching experience and expertise leading the Charge going forward,” said Cavaliers Director Development League Operations...
Since Terrell Owens has some free time on his hands, he decided to drop by the studios of ESPN SportsNation to talk about a myriad of things.
During his appearance on the show, he decided to state that he wants to play in the NBA and decides to take a shot at Luke Walton in the process.
Check out the diss in the below video clip:
Terrell Owens disses Luke Walton [Bleacher Report...
Terrell Owens, at 39 years old, still believes he can play professionally - in the NBA that is. In fact, he believes he's at least better than Luke Walton.