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Though no injury update was given prior to Wednesday night’s loss to the New York Knicks, Cavaliers swingman Christian Eyenga apparently did not travel with the team due to what is being called a “toe laceration” that received multiple stitches.
The Cavaliers state that the injury occurred prior to their three-point loss to the Boston Celtics, but made no mention of the injury...
Kyrie Irving has already knocked off the Celtics once this season
The Cleveland Cavaliers (13-18, 9th in the East) get back to business Tuesday night when they welcome the Boston Celtics (15-17, 8th in the East) into the Q. It was a pretty good All Star break for Cleveland. Sure, Kyrie Irving didn’t fare so well in the Skills Competition, but Irving and fellow rookie Tristan Thompson...
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Mid-Season report card- “#36 Omri Casspi: Previous grade: D+ –> New grade: C- Good news: J.J. Hickson is downright terrible for Sacramento. Bad news: Omri Casspi isn’t...
The man who taught Cavaliers rookie Kyrie Irving to explore all angles of the game sat courtside at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. His father, Drederick, a bond analyst for Thomson Reuters, arrived in his courtside seat as the house lights went down and the Knicks were announced.
Irving led the Cavaliers with 24 points, but Cleveland couldn't make important shots in the final minutes of the loss
With 3.5 seconds remaining on the game clock and his team clinging to the smallest of margins, Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo found himself on the bench. With more personal fouls than points attached to his name, Rondo joined the likes of Marquis Daniels and Sasha Pavlovic — mentally hand-in-hand — to watch the final ticks unfold.
Their teammate Ray Allen would extend...
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Anthony Parker returned to the court for Tuesday's game against the Boston Celtics.
The 36-year-old Parker had missed the team's last 12 contests with a lower back strain.
Parker, who was playing for the first time since Jan. 29, is averaging 6.0 points and 2.4 rebounds this season.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving was named today as the NBA's Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for games played in the month of February.
CLEVELAND (AP) Cavaliers reserve guard Christian Eyenga cut his toe, needed stitches and did not travel with the team for Wednesday's game in New York.
Cavaliers must braced themselves for games with Chicago, Denver and Oklahoma City in the coming days
Anthony Parker will return to the Cavaliers lineup tonight against Boston.