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Ben Uzoh returns to the NBA following a two-game stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers earlier this season.
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The tape may be out. Forty-two games in to his NBA career, opposing defenses are starting to clamp down on rookie point guard Kyrie Irving. The result, at least if we are using ‘win total’ as a guage, has not been pretty with the team dropping four straight contests — seven of their last eight — with the most recent being a double-digit loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao plans to play for Brazil in this summer's Olympics as long as he's fully recovered from a wrist injury.
Varejao broke his right wrist on Feb. 11 in a game against Milwaukee. It's taken him longer to get back than expected, but the 6-foot-11 Varejao says he wants to play for Cleveland again in the final month of the season because '...
Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson has a torn tendon in his right foot and ankle and may miss the remainder of the season.
Gibson initially hurt his ankle on March 19.against New Jersey. X-rays were negative, but the Cavs said Tuesday that Gibson's ankle has not progressed as expected. He underwent an MRI that revealed the torn tendon. The team said Gibson is undergoing further evaluation...
Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao won't be lying on a Brazilian beach this summer.
At least not until the Olympics are over.
Cleveland's ever-hustling big man said he intends to play for his country at the London Games, assuming he's fully recovered from a broken wrist that has sidelined him nearly seven weeks.
Varejao broke his right wrist on Feb. 10 in a game against...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao plans to play for Brazil in this summer's Olympics as long as he's fully recovered from a wrist injury.
Varejao broke his right wrist on Feb. 11 in a game against Milwaukee. It's taken him longer to get back than expected, but the 6-foot-11 Varejao says he wants to play for Cleveland again in the final month of the...
I wrote an article yesterday at Cleveland.com in support of the very real possibility that the Cleveland Cavaliers could bring Antawn Jamison back next season once his $15 million contract expires at the end of this one. At a reasonable contract number, with Antawn coming off the bench, I not only think it makes some sense for this team moving forward, but I also think there'...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have fallen apart, the team has played terrible basketball as of late and there is no end in sight to how poorly this team can play. The Cavaliers have been taking a beating in the four games, the Cavaliers almost looked tired out there. If I didn’t know the average age of these guy I would think they were tired. The 76ers handed the Cavs their fourth straight...
I’m not sure if there is such a thing as dog days of spring or not, but if there is, you could arguably say the Cleveland Cavaliers (17-29, 10th in the East) are there.
The excitement of trade deadline has passed, the thought of the Cavaliers making the playoffs has long passed, injuries to Anderson Varejao and Daniel Gibson, along with the trade of Ramon Sessions has left the...
One word review: Horrible.
Nothing much else to say about this one. 19 assists to 18 turnovers for the Cavaliers compared to 25 assists to 10 turnovers for the Sixers. Right now, the Cavaliers are struggling to even be competitive in games.
The Cavaliers have lost seven of their last eight games, including their fourth in a row on Tuesday in Philly. If you didn't watch that game last night, and even went so far as watching Cupcake Wars or something like that instead, I'm actually happy for you. You're better off. As are the Cavs better off too for going on this well-timed slide to end the season. What they...
The Cavaliers couldn’t get rookie Kyie Irving a win on his 20th Birthday weekend. The Cavaliers were completely dominated by the Phoenix Suns yesterday 108-83. For the Cavs they didn’t even look like they belonged in the same league as the Suns. The Cavs couldn’t lead any of the quarters and the game was pretty much over by half time. Friday the Cavs didn’t fair much better...
That was….better? The Cavaliers at least defended better and Kyrie Irving was really aggressive in trying to top Brandon Knight. But beyond that, the Cavaliers offense was pretty horrible in this game and the Pistons more or less were able to just coast to victory. Alonzo Gee was simply destroyed by Tayshaun Prince in this game, and that’s really what set the tone for the rest...
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons are both rebuilding, and it's clear that their rookie point guards continue to provide excellent building blocks.
Both seem to be slumping now.
Kyrie Irving and Brandon Knight are the league's top rookie scorers and meet for the third time Wednesday night when the Cavaliers host the Pistons.
Irving was chosen No. 1 by Cleveland...