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ANDERSON VAREJAO RUMORS

Four Cavs Players Make SI’s Top 100 NBA Players of 2015

Sports Illustrated recently released a comprehensive list of who they project to be the top 100 NBA players heading into the 2014-2015 season. Four of our very own Cleveland Cavaliers players have made it on to the list, but you may be surprised with some of the rankings. 97. Anderson Varejao Center | Age: 316-11, 267 poundsLast year: No. 66 2013-14 statistics •8.4 PPG, 9.7 RPG...
Via Cavs Nation
3 days ago  |  Discuss

LeBron James on Kyrie Irving: He can be the best PG in NBA very soon

Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James said Wednesday during his “LeBron 12″ sneakers unveiling that his All-Star teammates have the potential to be one of the best in at their respective positions. “I believe Kyrie can be the best point guard in the league very soon, and Kevin Love is already in the discussion as far as being the best power forward in the league,” James...
Via Sports-Glory
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavaliers Rumors: Anderson Varejao hopes to retire in Cleveland

Forward Anderson Varejao would like to stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers for the rest of his career. With a core of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and LeBron James, he doesn't want to pass up a chance to win multiple NBA Championships.Image by Erik Drostt, via Wikimedia CommonsIn a recent interview, Varejao was asked about his future with the Cavaliers:"I want to stay in Cleveland...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavs' Anderson Varejao: 'A lot of people' said he should ask for trade

Cleveland Cavaliers big man Anderson Varejao has been mentioned as a possible trade chip for the past few seasons, and with good reason. Cleveland was always in the lottery, and Varejao was in his late 20s and early 30s. The Cavs never moved him, though, whether it was because they wanted him in the locker room or his injuries stopped other teams from making good offers. He's...
Via Pro Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Varejao feeling healthy after tough four years without LeBron

Derrick Rose isn’t the only player looking to use the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup as a springboard to a healthier and more successful NBA season for a title contender. Cavs center Anderson Varejao would love to put some injury issues behind him as well. In the four years since LeBron James left Cleveland, Varejao, who turns 32 later this month, has averaged just 37 games per...
Via Pro Sports Daily
21 days ago  |  Discuss

LeBron and Andy Varejao take in the World Cup

LeBron James and Anderson Varejao will soon team up again in Cleveland, but first the pair took in the World Cup final in Andy's home country of Brazil. Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final match to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup. LeBron posted a photo to his Instagram account with the description "The greatest sporting event I've ever been to!" Cavaliers'...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 13, 2014  |  Discuss

NBA News: Anderson Varejao thankful for health; happy in Cleveland

Cleveland Cavalier Anderson Varejao has had a laundry list of injuries in his NBA career, but never anything that threatened his life until he developed blood clots following his most recent surgery. Now rehabbing, Varejao opened up to Yahoo’s Marc Spears about his experience- “Then you start to think about it and realize that this is more serious than I thought. A week after...
Via Waiting For Next Year
February 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Cavaliers Won't Look to Trade Anderson Varejao Because of LeBron James

Although Anderson Varejao is now out for the season and any trade that would have involved him this year would be on hold, the Cleveland Cavaliers likely aren't interested in trading the 30-year old center.  The team may want to keep him strictly for the purpose of luring LeBron James back.According to Bob Finnan of the News-Herald, the Cavaliers understand the relationship...
Via NBA Injury News
January 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Anderson Varejao is out for the season with lung issue

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been dealt a devastating blow with the loss of Anderson Varejao. The aggressive center was leading the league in rebounds when he injured his leg in competition against the Toronto Raptors on Dec.18. Varejao underwent surgery on January 10 to repair the torn leg muscle and has now “developed a blood clot (small right lower lung pulmonary embolism...
Via Players View
January 21, 2013  |  Discuss

NBA Trade Rumor: Cavaliers, T-Wolves Talking Trade Involving Varejao

It’s being reported by Legion Sports (@MySportsLegion) that the Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves are discussing a trade involving Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao as well as Minnesota forward Derrick Williams and center Nikola Pekovic. Varejao, 30, is in his ninth year with the Cavaliers and is averaging 14.1 points and 14.4 rebounds and a 22.08 PER this season in 25 games...
Via Waiting For Next Year
January 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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