Found October 19, 2013 on RealGM:
The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived guard Michael Lee. The Cavaliers' roster now stands at 19. The 6-9, 207-pound rookie guard from St. Bonaventure, appeared in three preseason games for the Cavs this year, averaging 1.7 rebounds in 4.3 minutes per game.

Cleveland Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum reportedly looks slow and heavy

Cleveland Cavaliers bat cave Andrew Bynum reportedly looked slow and heavy Thursday evening during an organized team activity. The Cavaliers signed the 25-year-old Bynum in July to a two-year contract that could be worth $24 million. Bynum’s still unable to compete in half-court 5-on-5 scrimmages and its unknown if he’ll be ready for the opener when Cleveland hosts Brooklyn on...

Post-match notes: Cleveland Cavaliers v. Detroit Pistons

The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Detroit Pistons 96-84 to pick up their third preseason win. Kyrie Irving and Jermaine Taylor led the way for the Cavaliers with 15 points a piece. Kyrie had a slow first half, but his buzzer beating corner three seemed to be the momentum he needed to come out hot in the third quarter, where he scored the last 12 of his 15 points. There were a...

Andrew Bynum Down To 285 Pounds

Andrew Bynum is back? Well, not quite but he did resume basketball activity last night before the Cavs preseason game. Bynum was spotted doing drills with some of the coaches. One thing that’s evident for sure is Bynum’s work ethic off the court. Bynum is down to his “game weight,” a league source said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized...

Andrew Bynum Close to Return

Andrew Bynum is getting close to a return to the NBA, reportedly playing 3-on-3 basketball and is nearing a return to full practice with his new Cavaliers teammates. Bynum hasn’t played since joining the Philadelphia 76ers last season (Courtesy CBSCleveland) Bynum has been a big risk for Cleveland considering his lack of game time since leaving the Lakers but seems set for a...

Luke Walton Still Hoping To Play In NBA This Season

Luke Walton has been doing television work covering the Los Angeles Lakers, but the NBA veteran is not conceding retirement yet. "I want to play still," Walton said. "I’ve trained all summer as if I was going to get a call. The call never came, so, I’m going to keep working out ... If nothing happens this year, then I’ll probably admit that it’s officially...

Cavs C Bynum's knees improving

Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum has been playing in 3-on-3 games and is ''close'' to practicing with his new team. Bynum, who did not play last season for Philadelphia because of knee injuries and surgeries, has made good progress and Cleveland coach Mike Brown said the 7-foot-center could begin practicing with the Cavaliers in the near future. Brown said Bynum looked...

Brown Believes Thompson Has Potential To Be One Of Best Post Defenders Ever

Mike Brown praised Tristan Thompson's upside as a post defender on the Cleveland Cavaliers. “He’s so athletic and so long, he can be one of the best in the league if not the best ever,” Brown said of Thompson. “The biggest thing he has is a work ethic. In order to be great, the game of basketball is not easy and you have to have the mindset you want to outwork your...

Cavaliers’ Andrew Bynum may soon start practicing regularly

Cleveland Cavaliers’ center Andrew Bynum worked with coaches on the court before the Cavaliers’ preseason game on Thursday night.  He continues to progress in his workouts and could start practicing regularly with the team. According to The Sports Xchange through Yahoo! Sports, Bynum took part in three-on-three half court scrimmages on Wednesday.  He is down from 300 pounds...


I was open to pain and crossed by the rain and I walked on a crooked crutch  I strolled all alone through a fallout zone and come out with my soul untouched  I hid in the clouded wrath of the crowd, but when they said, "Sit down," I stood up    - The Boss "Growin' Up" Andrew Bynum was playing basketball before Thursday...

Mike Brown sees progress in strong play from Cavs rookie Sergey Karasev

In order for Sergey Karasev to have any chance at cracking the rotation he was going to have to wow Cavaliers coach Mike Brown. Thursday night he did. Karasev had 10 points and four rebounds but his impressive performance extended well beyond the numbers. He played 34 minutes he defended (eventually fouling out) he skipped a pass between his legs to Jermaine Taylor and he showed...

Mike Brown brings defense to Cavs

Mike Brown once changed the culture and the expectations for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Maybe, LeBron James had a lot to do with that. Brown though transformed the Cavaliers into a top defensive team and a championship contender. Then again, LeBron James had a lot to do with that. Brown returned to the Cavaliers this season and is trying to rebuild the team again. He has some great...
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