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No Tristan Thompson, Cavs agreement yet

No Tristan Thompson, Cavs agreement yet Here’s the News Herald reporting on the Cleveland Cavaliers, who hope to retain the services of rugged role-playing power forward Tristan Thompson but apparently haven’t come to a final free agent contract agreement just yet: We’re not privy to what caused the interruption in the Cavs’ bliss. All we know is that there [...]

David Blatt Boldly Predicts Cavs Championship, Compares LeBron to 'Moses'

David Blatt wants you know two things: The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to win the 2016 NBA title, and LeBron James is a basketball prophet. Allow me to explain. While at a business conference in Israel (h/t SLAM), the Cavaliers head...Show More Summary

Cavaliers Banking on Iman Shumpert's Development as Role Player Extraordinaire

Iman Shumpert 's new contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers has nothing to do with the player he is now. It has everything to do with the player Cleveland is banking on him to become later. Shumpert and the Cavaliers came to terms on a four-year, $40 million deal not even a full day into free agency, according to Basketball Insiders' Alex Kennedy. Show More Summary

Cavaliers' Iman Shumpert Trades in His Flat Top for New Hairstyle

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert traded in his signature flat top for a new hairstyle—and it's really, well, something else. And by something else, we mean there are no words for it. He dreaded the length of his hair, ditched the fade and is sporting the locks tied in a ponytail up top. Show More Summary

Cavs Coach David Blatt: ‘We’re Gonna Win the Championship Next Season’

At a business conference Tuesday in Israel, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach David Blatt ended his speech by predicting a championship for LeBron “Moses” James and company next season. Blatt, preparing The post Cavs Coach David Blatt: ‘We’re Gonna Win the Championship Next Season’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Cavs center Mozgov has arthroscopic knee surgery

Cleveland Cavaliers center Timofey Mozgov has undergone successful right knee arthroscopic surgery and the team says he'll be out about six weeks.

The Cavaliers will pay an insane amount to win, as they should

With massive commitments to retain their free agents, the Cavaliers are showing they're willing to pay for a championship. This is exactly what they should do. By the end of last season, the Cleveland Cavaliers had transformed themselves into a small pack of salty overachievers. Show More Summary

The Cavaliers are making a $230 million bet that last year's team is good enough to win it all

The Cleveland Cavaliers entered the summer with a laundry list of their players hitting free agency. In the first 24 hours of the NBA's free agency period, the Cavs re-signed their biggest free agents, piling up a giant payroll in the process. Show More Summary

NBA Teams Handed out More Than $1 Billion in Contracts on 1st Day of Free Agency

With free agency starting Wednesday, NBA team owners were ready to spend some money. And boy, did they ever. There were plenty of huge contracts—max or not—handed out to free agents Wednesday, with Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert leading the way on the first day. Show More Summary

Cavs Re-Sign Iman Shumpert to Four-Year $40 Million Deal

Owner Dan Gilbert and the Cleveland Cavaliers spent a ton of money on the first day of free agency, agreeing to terms with three key pieces. Dan Gilbert has spent The post Cavs Re-Sign Iman Shumpert to Four-Year $40 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.

How Can Tristan Thompson Live Up to Giant New Contract from Cleveland Cavaliers?

Tristan Thompson bet on himself and won. After turning down a four-year, $52 million extension last offseason, the 24-year-old forward-center has agreed to a monstrous new deal. As reported by ESPN's Marc Stein, Thompson and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to five years and $80 million, or $3 million more annually than last summer's offer. Show More Summary

A good player for a bad team?

Kevin Love, in his infinite wisdom, decided to test the free agent market.  At least for a while, it seemed to raise the possibility that he wouldn’t return to the Cleveland Cavaliers with LeBron James. Courtside critics of Love frequently cite the Coase theorem, especially when criticizing his play this last year for Cleveland.  Arguably […]

Draymond Green Re-Signs With The Golden State Warriors For Five Years, $85 Million

As the Inquisitr previously reported, the Golden State Warriors are fresh off their first NBA Finals victory in 40 years after defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers, and on the first day of NBA free agency, have retained their top target. Show More Summary

Atlanta Hawks Aren't Going Anywhere After Re-Signing Paul Millsap

The Atlanta Hawks experienced a bitter ending to the best regular season in franchise history when the Cleveland Cavaliers swept them out of the Eastern Conference Finals. But now, that ashen taste can once more be replaced with optimism. "...Show More Summary

Iman Shumpert Re-Signs With Cleveland Cavaliers For Four Years, $40 Million – Twitter Pounces

Iman Shumpert came to the Cleveland Cavaliers from the New York Knicks along with guard J.R. Smith in a January 2015 trade. Today, Shumpert decided to re-sign with the Cavs for four-years and $40 million. Last season between the Knicks and Cavs, Shumpert averaged 8.0 points, to go along with 3.6 rebounds, and 2.2 assists. Show More Summary

Iman Shumpert Re-Signs with Cavaliers: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

Cleveland Cavaliers restricted free agent Iman Shumpert will remain with the team after agreeing to a new four-year, $40 million contract on Wednesday that features a player option in the final season. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports reported the contract details and the option Shumpert has to opt out after three years. Show More Summary

Does Kevin Love's Return Make the Cavaliers the 2015-16 NBA Favorites?

Kevin Love is going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as he announced in a story he wrote for the Players' Tribune,. ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst reports the big man has agreed to a five-year deal worth $110 million. Love exercised his player option with the Cavaliers on June 24 by opting out of the remaining $16.7 million in his contract for 2015-16. Show More Summary

Kevin Love Re-Signs With Cavaliers For $110 Million, Tyson Chandler Joins Suns For $52 Million

As the Inquisitr reported last week, Kevin Love opted-out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers in order to sign for more money, be it with the Cavs, or any one of the other 29 NBA teams. The Los Angeles Lakers were rumored to...Show More Summary

Kevin Love Announces Return To Cavaliers In C-Rate Version Of LeBron's 'I'm Coming Back' Letter

Kevin Love announced Wednesday that he would return to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2015-2016 season in the only way that is apparently socially acceptable for an NBA superstar anymore: a first-person blog post. “I’m going back to Cleveland,” Love wrote in the first sentence of a letter published on The Players’ Tribune. Show More Summary

Kevin Love announces he will return to Cleveland Cavaliers

One of the Lakers' free agent targets came off the market on Wednesday.

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