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Fox Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico polled seven NBA players. The result: all of them want to play basketball, even if it means agreeing to a 50-50 split of Basketball Related Income. Though he was not apart of the sample provided by Amico, Cavaliers big man Samardo Samuels throws his name into the hat of those who want to lace up their high-tops and start earning a living once again.
Echoing his tweet from earlier this week, Samuels sat down for an exclusive interview with a Jamaican newspaper, saying that he – perhaps not being a part of the one percent, earning slightly above the league minimum – is just ready to play basketball. Though he, like several of his teammates, is taking classes and working on his bachelor’s degree, Samuels has been doing everything he can to stay in shape and rehabilitate from the wrist injury which prematurely ended his 2010-11 season.
Now fully healthy, the Cavaliers forward is looking forward to improving off of a rookie campaign that saw flashes of bri...
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Cleveland Cavaliers guard Baron Davis is looking for another home once the NBA lockout ends. The Cavaliers may release the all-star guard, and he wants to join a team that has playoff potential, and of course one that is located in a major city. According to sources close to Davis, he has expressed interest in the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks.
ESPN: ”Davis’ hometown...
In an article yesterday primarily citing sources who indicated Baron Davis has three teams (Lakers, Knicks, Bobcats) he'd be more interested in potentially signing with than the Miami Heat, should he in fact be Amnesty Clause'd, a warning shot was also fired across the bow of NBA front offices everywhere. That message reading both simply and forcefully: Just back off Anthony...
Plain Dealer Cavs beat writer wonders if team would like to drop his contract - or if Davis might want to leave for a contender.
Oh man, that’s beyond awkward. And what kind of person would I be if I did not pass it along to you, my dear readers? A person who doesn’t take advantage of an easy setup for a post, that’s the kind of person. Anyhoo, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert somehow hoodwinked Magic Johnson into taking [...]
Oh, Magic (*sigh*). Here’s Johnson appearing alongside Cavs owner Dan Gilbert in a delightfully cheesy ad for Gilbert’s controversial financial services firm. Via the LA Times.
Shaquille O'Neal spent one season with LeBron James playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers and talks about their time as teammates in his forthcoming autobiography.
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Well here it is everybody, the home opener. After last season's heart wrenching defeat to The Heat it's was exciting to get out to Boston and see the squad go at it again. As much as I wanted him gone, It was wierd not...
In some kind of lockout nightmare by Sterling Cooper Draper Price, Magic Johnson has teamed up with Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert. To shoot smart phones as if they were basketballs. And sell home loans. All done with extra cheese. It’s all part of a new Quicken Loans ad (that’s the company where Gilbert made enough…
When the Cleveland Cavaliers traded for Shaquille O’Neal before the start of the 2009-10 season, it was certainly met with mixed reviews. But whether it was ever really the smartest move or if it was instead a reactionary move meant only to deal with the Orlando Magic, the fact remains that Shaq represented a symbol of hope in Cleveland.
Fans here in Cleveland were smart enough...
As we wait for Billy Hunter and David Stern to sit down and bother to talk to one another, one of the favorite games of NBA fans has become “amnesty clause roulette.” Who will teams waive with the amnesty clause when the season stars again? Then, where will that player land? Few scenarios are as…