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Miami University Athletics:
Former Miami University men's basketball standout Kenny Hayes will be on the roster for the Cleveland Cavaliers' preseason game at Detroit tonight (Friday, Dec. 16).
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INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- The Cavaliers now belong to Kyrie Irving.
"I think he's ready," Cavs coach Byron Scott said of his rookie point guard and the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft. "He can definitely play."
Scott was speaking one day after the team announced it had waived veteran Baron Davis via the league's new amnesty clause. Since...
Amar’e Stoudemire said he can’t worry about whether the Knicks add point guard Baron Davis to the roster with hopes he heals and provides a February spark.Davis was an amnesty cut Wednesday night and if under-the-cap teams don’t bid on him because of his disk injury...
According to an article in today’s Beacon Journal, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott isn’t ready to name Kyrie Irving his starting point guard. This isn’t too say anything bad about Irving, he’s perfectly happy with him but also happy with Ramon Sessions. Basically, he just wants to see a little more from both before making a decision. It’s what a coach has...
It could be several weeks before veteran point guard Baron Davis' back allows him back on a basketball court, but a source says Davis hopes to decide by Monday what uniform he'll be wearing when that happens.
Baron Davis has cleared waivers and will become a free agent.
Forum: Cavs Talk
Posted By: sailfish
Post Time: 12-17-2011 at 07:04 PM
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio - Baron Davis will be best remembered as the player who brought the Cavaliers Kyrie Irving,...
The Cleveland Cavaliers used their amnesty clause on Baron Davis to set the point guard free after a diagnosis of a bulging disk in his back. So who would want an injured point guard with a reputation for starting the season out of shape and not having a great work ethic? The Knicks. Here is…
Kyrie Irving scored 21 points in his first exhibition game -- including five free throws in the final minute -- in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 91-87 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night. Irving, the top pick in this year's draft, wasn't in the starting lineup, but he looked comfortable in what was a sloppy game.