I don't know if you've heard this, but the Cleveland Cavaliers would like Ray Allen to play basketball for them next season. The question for a little more than a month now is whether Ray Allen would like to play basketball for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The answer: I have no idea! Neither does anyone else apparently, including Allen himself. Show More Summary
Pressure is a volatile companion. LeBron James knows all too well how erratic pressure can be. It was by his side from the moment he was drafted in 2003 to when he left the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010. Not only did it follow him to the...Show More Summary
Split-second turnarounds aren 't dead. Not in the NBA anyway, where the Cleveland Cavaliers have gone from clown to contender in a matter of weeks. Their about-face started with LeBron James' return and will end once Kevin Love's official-but-unofficial...Show More Summary
Title hopes sparked mutual interest between veteran forward Shawn Marion and the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that interest has reportedly transformed into an official partnership. The Matrix may not be the marquee draw he once was, butShow More Summary
With Shawn Marion coming onboard, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly confident in their chances to ink Ray Allen this summer. (Allen, though, is still undecided on his future.) Per Yahoo!: […] The post Report: Cleveland Cavaliers Optimistic About Signing Ray Allen appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Cavs beat out the Indiana Pacers for veteran free agent forward Shawn Marion, per multiple reports. Marion told Cleveland on Sunday that he’ll take their $1.4 million offer. Per […] The post Shawn Marion to Sign With the Cleveland Cavaliers appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Kentucky Wildcats coach couldn't leave a group of returning players, but he's also realistic about how good of a gig he has in Big Blue Nation. LeBron James could have made his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers known much earlier...Show More Summary
CHICAGO — Kyrie Irving is as fast as they come. His dribbling is more mystifying than anyone's in the league, and he's already racked up a slew of clutch scoring performances during his three NBA seasons. But the Cleveland CavaliersShow More Summary
Shawn Marion is heading to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s official! After months of speculation and rumors about where the free agent power forward would decide to call his home heading into next season, Shawn Marion officially committed to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday. What exactly does this mean for the NBA? Well, that just depends
How much does one bad season matter? Jarrett Jack would like to know the answer to that question. Jack, who put up the worst numbers of his career for the Cleveland Cavaliers last year, eventually went to the Brooklyn Nets this offseason in a deal the Cavs used to create cap space for the LeBron James signing. Show More Summary
Over the offseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers improved more than any team in the NBA. As much as they did, though, they didn’t do enough to catch the Chicago Bulls, who did more than anyone other than Clevleand. The Cavs have gotten the bulk of the headlines, but championships aren’t won in the media. Show More Summary
Things just keep getting better and better for the Cleveland Cavaliers as it looks like veteran forward Shawn Marion will be another key piece added to their roster, according to ESPN.com’s Marc Stein. The four time all-star played with the Dallas Mavericks for the past four seasons and was a significant component of their championship […]
CLEVELAND (AP) — Shawn Marion wanted another shot at an NBA title. He'll get it playing with LeBron James.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are ready to sign Shawn Marion and feel good about luring Ray Allen away from the temptation of retirement. LeBron James chose Cleveland over Miami with his heart set on returning home, but as a basketball decision it was nothing short of savvy. Show More Summary
Athletes continue to partake in the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise money and awareness for ALS research, and Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James has joined in. On a yacht, James completed the challenge and nominated his two sons, LeBron Jr. Show More Summary
The Matrix movie had multiple sequels, and now "The Matrix" on the basketball court, otherwise known as Shawn Marion, will look to add another chapter to his own legacy on the Cleveland Cavaliers. David Pick of Eurobasket.com talkedShow More Summary
The Cavs' rotation just got deeper. Free agent forward Shawn Marion committed to joining the Cleveland Cavaliers this weekend, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. The 36-year-old forward will be expected to serve as a versatile defenderShow More Summary
Earlier this summer, LeBron James made headlines when he announced his decision to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers after four years in Miami This big news in the sports community has sparked discussion around an increasing trend in the job market: Boomerang employees. Show More Summary
A season ago, Kyrie Irving was indisputably the Cleveland Cavaliers' best player. But after the busiest summer in franchise history, he's faded from headlines and almost instantly became his team's second or third scoring option. While...Show More Summary
Don't forget about the Washington Wizards. Peddlers of "The Eastern Conference is the Cleveland Cavaliers' and Chicago Bulls' to lose" already have. They're hawking two-team arguments that are narrow-minded and presumptuous, and plainly wrong. More than two teams are going to legitimately contend for the Eastern Conference throne. Show More Summary