Though the Cleveland Cavaliers will travel to Indiana to play the Pacers on Tuesday evening, they will be without veteran swingmen Luke Walton and CJ Miles who have stayed home due to injury.
Walton left Friday’s contest against the Boston Celtics in the first quarter due to a sprained ankle, an injury that also kept him out in the Cavaliers’ win over the Orlando Magic on Sunday...
Well color me surprised. We might actually have some good news, Cavs fans. And we can thank Luke Walton. Sorta.
Kyrie Irving participated in practice on Saturday and although there was no official news on Irving’s left shoulder injury, the Plain Dealer’s Jodie Valade reports that Walton let slip that Irving could be back soon.
“I still believe that we’re all in this together...
According to the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association, forward Luke Walton will be wearing a protective mask. Walton got a nice little elbow to the nose on Saturday evening [...]
The court-side seat was vacant, ready to be used. In the waning seconds of a hard-fought game on the road against the Chicago Bulls, Luke Walton deflected an in-bound pass into the corner where he and Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich would fight to obtain the loose ball. Walton dove out of bounds, deflected the ball off of Hinrich’s leg and promptly swung his body around where he would...
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced Monday that forward Luke Walton has been excused from the team to address a personal matter. Walton, who is averaging 2.4 points per game this season, is out for Monday night's game at the Chicago Bulls. The team did not provide further details.
Celebrate good times L.A. because Luke Walton is finally off your hands.
Watch this cleverly edited video showing Los Angeles Lakers fans taking to the streets to celebrate the fact that their teams has finally freed themselves of the dreaded Luke Walton. The Lakes look to be big winners in this deal as they packaged the insanely over-paid Walton, Jason Kapono, and 2012 1st round...
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...
Walton, who served as a temporary assistant at the University of Memphis during the NBA lockout, still corresponds with some players and the Tigers' coach.Reporting from Denver -- Luke Walton has learned that a coach's work is never done.
Luke Walton is not considering retirement despite speculation otherwise.
December 02, 2011