Found March 16, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! reports via his twitter that the Cavaliers won’t have to worry about what number Jason Kapono might wear.
Now that that’s solved, all that remains is to figure out what the Cavs will be able to get out of Luke Walton. It seemed like the Cavs weren’t treating Walton like just a body in a trade.
Then again, I might have thought the Cavs could use a three point specialist like Kapono on a very tiny salary (by NBA terms) of $1.2 million.
[Related: Sessions trade the latest exercise in Chris Grant's regiment]
BEST OF MAXIM
Jason Kapono's second stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers was brief.
The team waived the veteran forward Saturday, two days after he was acquired from the Los Angeles Lakers. Kapono, who previously played for the Cavs in 2004, came over in the deal that sent Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga to the Lakers for Luke Walton and a first-round draft pick.
Kapono is now a free agent...
Jason Kapono was acquired in a deadline trade with the Lakers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have officially signed guard Manny Harris for the remainder of the 2011-12 season, Cavaliers General Manager Chris Grant announced today. Per league and team policy, terms of the contract were not announced. Additionally, the Cavaliers have waived forward Jason Kapono.
Harris most recently completed a second 10-day contract with the Cavaliers on March 11th...
The Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday sacrificed the present for what team General Manager Chris Grant hopes will be a valuable part of the club’s future as ” Cleveland.com” reported that they completed a trade with the Los Angeles Lakers that sends reserve point guard Ramon Sessions to Los Angeles in a five player deal. Los Angeles will get Sessions along with second year...
We’ve got another NBA trade to report breaking at this hour. The Cleveland Cavaliers have sent Ramon Sessions & Christian Eyenga to the Los Angeles Lakers for Luke Walton and the Lakers 2012 first round draft pick.
The Lake show also gets the right to swap 2013 1st round picks with the Miami Heat.
The biggest significance of this deal? It’s a salary dump for L.A. Lakers...
FOX Sports Ohio's Sam Amico has reported that the Lakers and Cavs have agreed to a deal which would send SF Luke Walton and a 2012 First Round draft pick to Cleveland for PG Ramon Sessions and forward Christian Eyenga.
Cavs send Sessions & Eyenga to LA for Luke Walton and 2012 first rounder. Confirmed by Lakers side, but not Cavs Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) March 15, 2012...
The Cleveland Cavaliers play host to the Atlanta Hawks today at 3pm ET as they try to get back into the win column. Tristan Thompson will start at the 5 for this one according to my man Fred McLeod yesterday, Jason Kapono is no longer a Cleveland Cavalier again, and Manny Harris is back for good to close out the season. Donald Sloan is also the newest member of the Cavaliers now...
In the coming and going of players in the past few days for the Cavaliers, a familiar face is coming back. Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal reports that the corresponding roster move with buying out three-point specialist Jason Kapono, acquired in the Sessions trade on Thursday, would be to sign Harris for the rest of the season. Manny signed two 10-day contracts with the...
The Lakers have agreed to send Luke Walton and their own first round pick in 2012 to Cleveland for Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- Luke Walton leaned against a wall, holding a basketball and wearing a wide smile.
He looked ready to play.
Walton is a 31-year old small forward and Laker for life -- until Thursday, when the Lakers shipped him to the Cavaliers as part of the Ramon Sessions trade.
But Walton seemed OK with that, as former Cavs coach Mike Brown really found no use for him...
The Cleveland Cavaliers waived forward Jason Kopono Saturday.Kopono was acquired two days ago from the Los Angeles Lakers as part of the deal that sent Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga to the Lakers for Luke Walton and a first-round draft pick.The two-time NBA Three-Point Shootout champion averaged two points per game in limited minutes for the Lakers this season.
For Laker fans everywhere, today was supposed to feel like Christmas. They were supposed to finally land Dwight Howard, a young PG and a Red Ryder BB Gun.
At first, everything seemed to be going well. The Lakers traded away Luke Walton and the contract from Hell to the Cavs along with a first pick for Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga. A great move, given that this...