The King has finally gotten rid of his old quarters. A summer after leaving the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA superstar LeBron James sold his Coconut Grove, Florida, home for $13.4 million on Tuesday, according to ESPN.com’s...Show More Summary
Cleveland State partners with Quicken Loans Arena, will play some games on Cavs' home floor
LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers forward, is keen to carry forward the legacy of Space Jam and would love nothing more than seeing "Space Jam 2" happen.
The deal isn’t official yet, but the Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly agreed last week to a two-year deal that will bring 30-year-old Russian center Sasha Kaun to the NBA after six seasons playing for CSKA Moscow. The Plain Dealer‘s Terry...Show More Summary
J.R. Smith will be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers in a new two-year deal, while Alexander "Sasha" Kaun has also signed a two-year contract with the team.
Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting that the Cleveland Cavaliers and 6-foot-11 Russian center Sasha Kaun have reached an agreement on a two-year deal yesterday. Terms of the deal was not disclosed though the CavsShow More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers now have 14 feet worth of Russian center. The team agreed to a two-year deal with 30-year-old Alexander “Sasha” Olegovich Kaun Saturday. Kaun becomes the Cavs’ second Russian seven footer, joining Timofey Mozgov. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers continued filling out their roster Saturday after signing Russian big man Sasha Kaun to a two-year contract, per ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst. Chris Haynes of the Northeast Ohio Media Group confirmed the news, adding...Show More Summary
Like the rest of us, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James can’t wait for football season. So when the NFL tweeted out footage of Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton channeling the King after scoring on a play-action run against...Show More Summary
With great power comes great responsibility. The same can be said for great contracts. Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard Iman Shumpert recently re-signed with the team to the tune of $40 million over four years, but he details someShow More Summary
J.R. Smith's decision to test free agency after reaching the NBA Finals for the first time in his career with the Cleveland Cavaliers has cost the shooting guard $1.5 million.
The J.R. Smith era will continue in Cleveland. Smith has been twisting in the wind after opting out of the last year of his previous deal, leaving roughly $6.4 million on the table. Though there have been reports that he’s fielded lucrative offers from other teams while also keeping in contact with the Cavaliers, the […]
J.R. Smith broke his own free agency news Thursday night: he is set to re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Smith announced on Instagram that following a rough offseason, a deal The post J.R. Smith Returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers appeared first on SLAMonline.
Everyone’s favorite shooting guard/hoverboard pitchman J.R. Smith is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers for another two years. Because he’s J.R. Smith and he loves fun, he broke the news from the beach via Instagram. Chris Haynes of...Show More Summary
J.R. Smith looked around and realized there was no place like Cleveland.
J.R. Smith established himself as one of the most important role players for the Cleveland Cavaliers last season, so even when he opted out of his contract this summer, it always seemed likely he would return to the team. On Thursday...Show More Summary
Smith's time languishing in free agency is over. J.R. Smith is going back to Cleveland. The 29-year-old shooting guard announced he's returning to the Cavs on Instagram on Thursday night. Fair or not, Smith's value fluctuated drastically throughout the Cavaliers' run to the NBA Finals last season. Show More Summary
In what was supposed to be an exhibition game, LeBron James turned a Nike Rise event into a one-man dunk show. The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar made a grand entrance at the event. That entrance wasn't just for show. LeBron brought his A-game to the court, continuously bringing the crowd to its feet. Show More Summary
Tristan Thompson and the Cleveland Cavaliers are in the middle of a free agency standoff. Earlier in August it was reported that Thompson was seeking a max. contract worth about $94 million from the Cavs. If he doesn't get it, he would consider playing on a one-year, qualifying offer worth $6.8 million before leaving in free agency next summer. Show More Summary
Richard Jefferson likely dropped some of his new Cleveland Cavaliers dough on a craps table in Las Vegas, where he was hanging with his ex-teammate Luke Walton -- and hauling in the chips. Vegas sources tell TMZ Sports the former U of A Wildcats…