The Cleveland Cavaliers have finally unloaded Brendan Haywood.
“Honestly I’m not putting a date on anything,” Irving said. “I’m just continuing to be on the journey that I’ve been on and that’s continuing to get better every single day and rehabbing my leg.”
The Champ is (still) here. The Cleveland Cavaliers made it official on Saturday, announcing the re-signing of James Jones to a one-year deal.
ESPN.com’s Dave McMenamin says the Cavs have a “tight championship window,” after their deal trading Rakeem Christmas on Thursday
Cavs are sending their second round pick (36th overall) is now heading to the Pacers as part of a trade. In return the Cavs acquire the Los Angeles Lakers 2019 Second Round Draft Pick, which was held by the Pacers.
A division title might soon mean a banner but no assurance of a playoff spot in the NBA.
Jason Lloyd Says Cavs “May Play Hardball” With J.R. Smith, Agent; Tristan Talks “Could Go On For Awhile”
Jason Lloyd talks about the latest on status of trading Brendan Haywood’s contract, why it makes more sense for this organization to wait to use the trade exception, the status of Tristan Thompson and J.R. Smith’s contract negotiations and the additions of Mo Williams and Richard Jefferson…
LeBron James’ talent extends far beyond a basketball court, and thanks to a new partnership, the NBA superstar will get a chance to further showcase his many skills.
Two people familiar with the negotiations say free-agent center Kendrick Perkins has agreed to a one-year contract with the New Orleans Pelicans
The Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be adding to their roster’s depth, according to a report from Marc Stein of ESPN.