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Semih Erden is back to Turkey, confirmed. Two year deal with Anadolu Efes— Emiliano Carchia (@SportandoBasket) July 3, 2012
We all remember that fateful day in February 2011 when Semih Erden and some other players were traded from the Boston Celtics. Semih wound up with the Cleveland Cavaliers and likely continued his dominating Turkish madness in the midwest, sending Turkish tornadoes through every defender and choosing, not to shoot his free throws, but to dunk them with Turkish ferocity.
Semih has had a long journey in the NBA, from being selected by the Celtics with the very last pick in the 2008 draft and then waiting two years before actually joining the team and playing alongside Hall of Famers like Shaquille O'Neal, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce and then being traded months later to the wonderful city of Cleveland.
Semih was offered a qualifying offer by the Cavaliers, however he informed Cleveland that he would be taking his talents to Istanbul.
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Though receiving a qualifying offer from the Cleveland Cavaliers, center Semih Erden is heading back overseas to play for Istanbul’s Anadolu Efes of the Euroleague.
The Cavaliers’ right to match offers only extends to teams within the National Basketball League. Erden’s move comes on the heels of Cleveland trading for North Carolina center Tyler Zeller during last week’s...
The Cavaliers will retain the services of Luke Harangody according to several reports tonight. The Cavalier forward will sign his qualifying offer of $1.1 million.
Luke Harangody has signed his $1.1 million qualifying offer to stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers, league source tells Y! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 4, 2012
The Cavaliers ‘lost’ Semih Erden to...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have decided to part ways with shooting guard Manny Harris, officially announcing on Monday that he has been waived.
Harris, 22, averaged 6.7 points and 2.7 rebounds through 26 contests with the Cavaliers last season. He missed a substantial portion of the shortened season with a foot injury and apparently became the odd man out with the team selecting Dion...
FSO’s Sam Amico is reporting that the Cavaliers have interest in a couple of free agents from Bosnia and Russia. From Amico-
“Two names associated with the Cavs most: Mirza Teletovic and Alexey Shved.
Teletovic is a 6-foot-9 power forward from Bosnia who spent last season playing in Spain.
Shved is a 6-5 guard from Russia who spent last season playing in his homeland.
Semih Erden has signed a two-year deal with Anadolu Efes.
Thursday night, the Cavaliers followed through on HOURS of speculation that started, well, earlier Thursday, and indeed took Syracuse sophomore shooting guard Dion Waiters with the #4 pick. The first three picks dashed the hopes of the wine and gold faithful, when Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, and Bradley Beal went off the board. Cavs fans had started to...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived reserve guard Manny Harris.
Harris made five starts for Cleveland last season, averaging 6.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 26 games. The former Michigan standout averaged 6.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 17.3 minutes in two seasons with the Cavaliers.
Harris became expendable after the Cavs selected shooting guard Dion Waiters...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been linked to CSKA Moscow's Alexey Shved as a potential Free Agent target over the last couple days. I wanted to learn more about him so I reached out to some people familiar with Shved and the CSKA organization last night. I asked about Shved's contract situation with CSKA, as well as how they would describe Alexey as a player. I also asked...
Add the Cleveland Cavaliers to the bevy of teams that are interested in the services of Brandon Roy via the Associated Press. The Cavs are interested in the former Portland Trail Blazers star, who abruptly retired before last season because of chronic knee pain. A person familiar with Cleveland’s interest told the Associated Press on [...]
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LeBron James made an appearance on Oprah’s television show last week following his 1st NBA Championship with the Miami Heat. One of the topics of discussion that seems to always come up when interviewed DID. ...
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In 2010, LeBron James announced that he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Immediately following the announcement, Dan Gilbert, the owner of the Cavaliers, released an open letter to fans, in which he guaranteed that the Cavaliers would win a championship before LeBron. Now, LeBron responds to the letter and harsh criticism — King 1 – Dan Gilbert 0 -TO
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Oprah is everywhere, and she landed a pretty great interview with LeBron James recently. Oprah went right in and asked LeBron regarding his feelings now to Dan Gilbert’s, the owner of the Cavaliers, open letter to fans, in which he guaranteed that the Cavaliers would win a championship before LeBron. You can see how LeBron responded below:
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With an NBA championship under his belt, I guess Lebron James now feels the need to respond to Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert’s comments written in a letter about James’ decision to leave Cleveland. And of course, he chose highly rated Oprah to do this interview. Oh Lebron.
NBA Free Agency has begun. Omer Asik has been offered a contract valued at over $2.68 million per point averaged last season (avg'd 3.1 ppg, contract 3 yrs 25.1M). Roy Hibbert received a contract offer equivalent to what LeBron is being paid. Dwight Howard wants to be traded because he reportedly feels he's been blackmailed into picking up his final year with Orlando,...