Down goes Anderson Varejao. The curly-headed beast in the post for the Cleveland Cavaliers will reportedly be lost for the remainder of the 2010-11 NBA season with a torn tendon in his right ankle.
According to ESPN.com, the Boston Celtics and Chicago Bulls are both taking a hard look at Cleveland Cavaliers swing man, Anthony Parker. keep reading →
According to Stephen A. Smith via an interview on ESPN radio, LeBron James could be leaning toward signing with the New York Knicks.
According to sources close to waitingfornextyear.com, Tom Izzo, the head coach of the Michigan State Spartans, is close to accepting a deal to be the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Updating previous reports, Shaquille O’Neal’s thumb injury was as bad as originally feared, and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ star center will have surgery on his thumb on Monday.
Cleveland Cavaliers’ center Shaquille O’Neal sustained what the Cavaliers are calling a “significant injury” to his thumb, after being fouled on a play by Kendrick Perkins while playing the Boston Celtics.
Yahoo! Sports has reported that former Cleveland Cavalier center, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, has been bought out of his contract with the Washington Wizards and waived, effectively making him a much sought-after NBA free agent.
It has been reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers have reached an agreement on a three-team deal involving six players, which will bring Washington star forward Antawn Jamison to Cleveland.
Despite recent reports that the Cleveland Cavaliers are satisfied (as LeBron James put it) with their current roster, and are willing to “stand pat”, there are rumors again that a move is still in the works.
Despite rumors surrounding a possible trade involving Washington Wizards forward, Antawn Jamison, it’s looking more and more like a real possibility that the Cleveland Cavaliers go into the 2010 NBA Playoffs with the roster in hand.