Submitted by nadams on October 19, 2012 - 4:15pm
Head Coach Byron Scott spoke with the media following practice on Friday afternoon at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
Submitted by nadams on October 19, 2012 - 2:26pm
Cavaliers Guard Jeremy Pargo spoke with the media following practice on Friday afternoon at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
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Submitted by nadams on October 18, 2012 - 5:18pm
Cavaliers Guard Kyrie Irving talks with Cavs.com following Wednesday night's loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
There’s one thing that every NBA player has in common – from superstars to end-of-the-bench guys: At one point, they were all rookies. They’ve all picked up the donuts. They’ve all gone into the arena seats to recover the basketballs that the veterans punted up there.
But not all rookies go through their freshman season the same way. Some came to a team with established vets; some were forced to start right away. And this season, Cavs.com will take a look back – or take a current look – at some of the current Cavaliers rookie seasons.
What's been the most impressive Cavalier performance so far this preseason?
- C.J. Miles 18 pts vs. Bucks
The closing seconds of a quarter in the NBA can be the turning point in a ballgame. But it’s rarely the end of the first quarter.
Unfortunately for the Cavaliers, that was the case on Wednesday night in Philadelphia – as Spencer Hawes’ three-pointer at the first period buzzer gave the Sixers a one-point lead and sent the Cavaliers into a second-quarter tailspin they never recovered from. Cleveland stayed even after intermission, but it was too little, too late – with Philly cruising to the 114-99 win.
Submitted by mhaltuch on October 17, 2012 - 9:17am
Nick Young scores 19 points to lead the Sixers to a 113-99 win over the Cavaliers.