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Whether the Cleveland Cavaliers will keep Kyrie Irving or trade him remains to be seen, but today they added some scoring punch to the point guard spot, signing former league MVP Derrick Rose to a report one-year, $2.1 million contract. Injuries have taken their toll on Rose, who is not the player he used to be. [...]
CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard Derrick Rose, Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts.
While many see the Derrick Rose signing as a response to Kyrie Irving's recent trade request, Irving's teammate Richard Jefferson provided some poignant insight on his podcast recently.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and former NBA MVP Derrick Rose have agreed to a one-year, $2.1 million deal, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania.
Cavs GM Koby Altman and owner Dan Gilbert largely declined comment on Kyrie Irving's trade request.
Silver said the league looking at expansion cities is "inevitable."
Chauncey Billups said he did his due diligence when considering a job with the Cavaliers.
Thomas missed the final three games of the conference finals with a hip injury.
A former Michigan State football player claims Green slapped him and his girlfriend.
For the Big3 to grow, it will need to keep adding players who are finishing up their NBA careers.
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Gilbert's organization posted a controversial sign in downtown Detroit.
Despite all the apparent discontent in Cleveland, the Cavaliers remain the favorite in the Eastern Conference.
The $106.5 million man looked ahead to the future during his contract extension press conference on Wednesday.
Griffin, who signed a five-year max deal, has played in L.A. his entire career.
The NBA's most important player can become a free agent next year, and it's not hard to see him leaving if things don't change.
Marbury butted heads with coach Larry Brown from the get-go.
Nothing gets by LeBron.
Green shed light on the "altercation" he and Durant had during last week's loss to Memphis