The Cavaliers unveiled their partial season ticket plans for the upcoming season today, which is fitting since the NBA will probably only be a partial season.
While the lockout is hindering long-term plans, fans can still purchase a 12-game plan for $220, which includes tickets to a home opener on Nov. 4 that probably won't be played. No word from the Cavs on how a lockout would impact ticket sales.To read more or comment...
Wes Wilcox was named general manager of the Cavaliers’ new Development League affiliate in Canton on Thursday. He will also remain in his present job as director of player personnel for the Cavs.
The duties go hand-in-hand. In his role with the Cavs, he served as the liaison to the D-League team in Erie, Pa. for the last four years.To read more or comment...
Today marks the one year anniversary of LeBron James' decision to leave the Cavs for the Miami Heat. One year later, how do you feel? Have you forgiven James and moved on, considering all the good he still does for the city of Akron? Or are you still angry? Discuss...To read more or comment...
The Cavaliers have purchased their own NBA Development League team and will move it to Canton before the start of next season. The team made the announcement today at the Canton Civic Center, where the home games will be played.
"This gives us an opportunity to run the same systems, have the same defensive principles, use the same vocabulary and have the same type of culture," Cavs General Manager Chris Grant said. "From a proximity standpoint, this is fantastic. A player can practice with us in the morning and play that night (in Canton) and it doesn't disrupt what's going on."To read more or comment...
How does he do that? How does Moondog hit those no-look, over-the-head, behind-the-back, half-court shots?To read more or comment...
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