Found August 04, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
Since 2005, free agent swingman CJ Miles played 389 career games for the Utah Jazz. According to a report from The Salt Lake Tribune this morning, he will not play 390. Miles had been linked to the Los Angeles Lakers in recent days, while also generating interest from the Dallas Mavericks, Milwaukee Bucks and Houston Rockets in addition to the Cleveland Cavaliers. In an agreement that hasn't included an actual contract value, the Cavaliers have reportedly signed Miles to play in Cleveland over the next two seasons. Brian T. Smith with the Tribune had the report: Miles is expected to sign a two-year deal with Cleveland and compete for a starting spot during the 2012-13 season.His growing bond with Cavaliers coach Byron Scott and the opportunity Cleveland presented him heavily factored into his decision."He's so happy," the source said. For his career CJ Miles is a 8.4 point per game scorer to go along with 2.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists p...

While We’re Waiting… Camp Meyer, C.J. Miles, and Jimmy Haslam

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at Leading off, it was day one of Urban Meyer’s inaugural fall camp as coach of the Ohio State football team. Eleven Warriors has a recap of some interview from day one with...

The Milwaukee Bucks Interested in C.J. Miles

  Add the Milwaukee Bucks to the handful of teams including the Los Angeles Lakers that are interested in C.J. Miles. He was drafted by the Utah Jazz in 2005, last season he played in 56 games and averaged 9.1 points in less than 21 minutes via the Journal Times. Another small forward who appears [...]

NBA Rumors: Would Leandro Barbosa Be a Good Fit For Cleveland Cavaliers?

Instant offense off the bench is an attribute every NBA team should be searching for in free agency. Actually, anybody who has proven they can score consistently against the world’s best  players should be highly coveted in NBA free agency. Enter Leandro Barbosa. According to Sam Amico of FOX Sports, Barbosa would be open to [...] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...

Reports: Cavs sign Miles to 2-year deal

The Cavaliers have agreed to a contract with free agent swingman C.J. Miles, sources close to the team said Friday. The deal, first reported by the Salt Lake Tribune, is expected to last for two years. Miles confirmed the report on his Twitter account. I appreciate all this Cavsnation love, Miles wrote. Im excited to help the city on and off the court. Miles, 25, was an unrestricted...

NBA Free Agency: Cavaliers to Land CJ Miles

Free agent swingman CJ Miles is reportedly set to suit up for the Wine and Gold for the 2012-13 season. Though the Los Angeles Lakers were said to be leading the pack with regard to obtaining Miles’ services, The Salt Lake Tribue reports that Miles has in fact agreed to terms with the Cavaliers. The deal, which currently has no compensation tied to it, is said to be for two years...

Some notes on CJ Miles you might not know, who reportedly will sign w/ Cavs

The Cavaliers have reportedly come to terms on a two-year deal with 6'6" free agent swingman CJ Miles. From as best I can tell, CJ is not on Twitter. A Twitter search for CJ Miles I conducted earlier this afternoon yielded results that were not him. I did later find out that CJ Miles was the second player in the history of Dallas' Skyline High to have his jersey retired...

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