Six area high school basketball teams will have the opportunity to experience the thrill of competing on a professional NBA court in front of a cheering crowd of family, friends and fans when the Cleveland Cavaliers host the 2nd Annual High School Hoops Showcase on Sunday, December 2nd at Quicken Loans Arena.
Tristan Thompson is off to a solid start in his sophomore season – back at his natural position and playing next to Anderson Varejao, the big man from Texas has posted double-doubles in his last two contests.
The affable Toronto native took a minute from practice to answer this week’s Player Mailbox – where Tristan took your questions and is ready with his responses, covering issues ranging from Canadian basketball to his NBA2k skills to his three-point shooting skills in high school.
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Fans are invited to celebrate the city of Cleveland’s 216th birthday at Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday, December 1st.
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Head Coach Byron Scott spoke with the media following Tuesday's practice at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
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Cavaliers Guard Kyrie Irving spoke with the media following Tuesday's practice at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
Which holiday matchup are you looking forward to the most?
- at Grizzlies on Nov. 26th
To say the Grizzlies are one of the biggest surprises of the early NBA season would seem like an overstatement based upon their success over the past couple of seasons; however, as of November 20th, Memphis is tied for best record in a competitive Western Conference.
Fans are invited to celebrate the city of Cleveland’s 216th birthday at Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday, December 1st when the Cavs face the Portland Trail Blazers at 7:30 p.m. The festivities at The Q will be filled with all things fun and Cleveland-centric as the Cavs celebrate their hometown and 2-1-6 becomes the magic number for the night!
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Check out the top blocks, dunks and more from Week Three.
Cavaliers Guard Kyrie Irving received an MRI and CT Scan of his contused left index finger (3rd quarter of Saturday night’s game at The Q vs. Dallas) today at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health. The results of the MRI and CT Scan revealed a hairline/non-displaced fracture in the finger. The injury will be treated with taping and a splint. He is currently projected to be Out for the next four weeks while the fracture heals, and is scheduled to be re-evaluated in two weeks.