Submitted by admin on April 17, 2012 - 8:45pm
(On game): "One of the worst games we’ve played in a long time. I give the Pistons a lot of credit. They played 10 times harder than we did and were ready to play from the start of the game to the finish. We looked like we were a step or two slow on every play especially on the defensive end."
Wednesday, April 25th is Cavaliers Fan Appreciation Night presented by HorseShoe Casino Cleveland at The Q, a big deal in itself, but this year Cavs’ longtime sponsor Cub Cadet is bringing something really cool to The Q. An experience like no other — the Cub Cadet Test Drive Challenge Tour makes its Cleveland debut at The Q! Hosted by the Cavs, the official Cub Cadet hauler roars into town the morning of the 25th, midway through its 90-city tour, to set up the Test Drive Challenge on the plaza between Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field from noon to 7:30 p.m.
Submitted by nadams on April 17, 2012 - 2:35pm
Manny Harris buckets 18 points off the bench as the Cavaliers fall to the Pistons.
On Sunday afternoon, minutes before the Cavaliers took on the Magic at The Q, an annual award was handed out at center court.
There wasn’t a big ceremony. The award wasn’t presented by a corporate sponsor or some NBA muckety-muck. Even for the player who received it, the award might not wind up at the forefront of his trophy room.
NEW YORK, April 16, 2012 – Cleveland’s Antawn Jamison, Dallas’ Jason Kidd, the Los Angeles Clippers’ Chris Paul, Miami’s Shane Battier, Minnesota’s Luke Ridnour and New York’s Jeremy Lin were selected by a five-member panel of former players as divisional winners for the 2011-12 NBA Sportsmanship Award.
The NBA Sportsmanship Award, designed to honor a player who best represents the ideals of sportsmanship on the court, is voted on by NBA players. The NBA will announce the winner after the regular season.
On Sunday, the Cavaliers were playing their third game in three nights – and it showed.
Already shorthanded without Kyrie Irving, Anderson Varejao and Daniel Gibson, the Wine and Gold – playing through their toughest stretch of the season – fell behind early and never caught up. Orlando led wire-to-wire, running away with the 100-84 win on Sunday at The Q.