CLEVELAND — The NBA has stripped LeBron James of a triple-double.
After reviewing film of the Cavaliers’ 118-111 win Monday night over New Orleans, the league took away a rebound and assist from James, who initially had been credited with his 38th career triple double – at least 10 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
James finished with 32 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists...
This is the third and final edition of our Cleveland Cavaliers season preview. In the last two previews, we took a look at roster analysis and team projections. In this portion of the season preview we’ll look at individual player projections and get a starting rotation set while also outlining the key reserves.
Cavaliers Starting Five
Kyrie Irving (PG), Dion Waiters (SG), Lebron...
The sharp shooter from three point land has made his arrival in Cleveland, Ohio. Shooting guard Mike Miller is eager to get things started in his new home with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Mike Miller playing for Wizards
Miller has been in the league for 14 years and has played with numerous teams. He has been with the Orlando Magic, Toronto Raptors, Memphis Grizzlies, Washington Wizards...
Cavalier Mike Miller opens his first BurgerFi franchise on the campus of Auburn University on Wednesday.
The burger chain claims to be on the edge of a movement it calls the "Burgerfication of the Nation®." The website claims this movement is "made possible by the perfect combination of all natural Angus beef from cattle that are raised in the most stringent standards...
It looks like Mike Miller may have left the Heat for reasons not exactly basketball related.
From the Miami Herald:
Mike Miller, a popular and contributing piece of two Heat championship teams before the team released him in July, is strongly considering filing a lawsuit against the team because he believes the franchise bears some responsibility for him being swindled by a con...
The highlight of the Miami Herald's story on a lawsuit Mike Miller is considering filing against the Miami Heat is that one of the key figures is referred to as a "South Beach bling king."
That is one Haider Zafar, who is accused of scamming Miller out of $1.7 million with the help of a Miami Heat executive. The story -- according to lawsuit drawn up but not yet filed...
Mike Miller may bring a lawsuit against the Miami Heat after losing $1.7 million. The team introduced Miller to Haider Zafar, who then defrauded the player.
The Miami Heat have waived veteran Mike Miller via the amnesty clause. Miller, 33, had two years and $12.8 million remaining on his contract. By getting rid of Miller the Heat will lower their luxury tax bill but still be responsible for [...]
Mike Miller had 8 points for the Heat in a Game 6 overtime victory against the Spurs on Tuesday, and 3 of those points came without one of his shoes.
After his shoe came off, Miller tossed it to the Heat bench than across the court where he hit a dagger that pulled the Heat to within four points early in the fourth quarter.